RS PRO Insulated Crimp Flag Terminal, 0.5mm² to 0.75mm², 22AWG to 18AWG, Red

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Product Details

RS Pro Fully Insulated Crimp Flag Terminals

RS Pro Range

Specifications
Attribute Value
Insulation Insulated
Insulation Material Nylon
Flag Width 7.6mm
Minimum Wire Size mm² 0.5mm²
Maximum Wire Size mm² 0.75mm²
Minimum Wire Size AWG 22AWG
Overall Length 15.2mm
Maximum Wire Size AWG 18AWG
Tab Size 6.35 x 0.8mm
Colour Red
Contact Material Brass
Tab Thickness 0.8mm
Tab Width 6.35mm
Shrouded/Unshrouded Shrouded
11500 In stock for FREE next working day delivery
Price Each (In a Pack of 100)
£ 0.061
(exc. VAT)
£ 0.073
(inc. VAT)
Units
Per unit
Per Pack*
100 - 100
£0.061
£6.10
200 - 400
£0.054
£5.40
500 - 900
£0.051
£5.10
1000 +
£0.045
£4.50
*price indicative
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