Crimp Pin Connectors

Crimp pin connectors are solderless electrical connections used to terminate stranded wire by inserting the stripped end of the wire into part of the terminal. The crimped end has a single pin and can be connected with other pins or inserted separately into an appropriate receptacle.

What are crimp pin connectors used for?

Crimp pin connectors are most common in industrial and military applications due to their durability and flexibility. The automotive sector often uses crimp pin connectors because they do not need soldering. Crimp pin connectors are also used in large-scale production, as they are quick to reproduce reliable connections.

Types of crimp pin connectors

The most common types of crimp pin connector are:

  • Barrel connectors, which have a cylindrical metal opening through which the wire is inserted before crimping.
  • Open barrel connectors, which have a V or U shape in which the wire is spread or cradled. Open-barrel crimp pin connectors are preferred for automation as there is no need to funnel stranded wire into the narrow opening of a barrel terminal.

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Description Price Series Series Number Insulation Insulation Material Minimum Wire Size mm² Maximum Wire Size mm² Overall Length Minimum Wire Size AWG Maximum Wire Size AWG Shrouded/Unshrouded Pin Diameter Pin Length Colour Contact Plating
RS Stock No. 142-4026
Mfr. Part No.7464006
£2.14
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REDCUBE - Uninsulated - - 6mm² - - - - - - - Tin
RS Stock No. 141-8494
Mfr. Part No.74640010
£1.438
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REDCUBE - Uninsulated - - 10mm² - - - - - - - Tin
RS Stock No. 142-4009
Mfr. Part No.7464004
£2.14
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REDCUBE - Uninsulated - - 4mm² - - - - - - - Tin
RS Stock No. 142-4135
Mfr. Part No.74640010
£2.14
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REDCUBE - Uninsulated - - 10mm² - - - - - - - Tin
RS Stock No. 142-4140
Mfr. Part No.74640016
£2.14
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REDCUBE - Uninsulated - - 16mm² - - - - - - - Tin