RS PRO 1mm Red Test Terminal

Technical Reference
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): GB
Product Details

Test Terminals

Phosphor bronze terminals solder tinned
Spring action prevents through hole damage and ensures a solid fit prior to soldering
Borosilicate sintered high temperature glass beads in 5 colours, ideal for prototyping
Suitable for attaching probes/discrete wires

Specifications
Attribute Value
Colour Red
Hole Diameter 1mm
Insulated Yes
Body Material Phosphor Bronze
27600 In stock for FREE next working day delivery
Price Each (In a Pack of 100)
£ 0.153
(exc. VAT)
£ 0.184
(inc. VAT)
Units
Per unit
Per Pack*
100 - 900
£0.153
£15.30
1000 - 2900
£0.127
£12.70
3000 - 7400
£0.107
£10.70
7500 - 14900
£0.10
£10.00
15000 +
£0.091
£9.10
*price indicative
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