There are currently 23 names in this directory
A cable that contains internal water blocking compounds.
A process in which items to be soldered are brought in contact with a gently overflowing wave of liquid solder that is circulated by a pump in an appropriately designed solder pot reservoir.
A connection made by welding.
The formation of a relatively uniform, smooth, unbroken and adherent film of solder to a base material.
Movement of liquid solder along a metallic surface by capillary action.
Action of two electrical contacts that come in contact by their contact surfaces sliding against each other.
See BARREL, CONDUCTOR
Wire Extraction Tool (IDC)
A device for extracting the wire(s) from the insulation displacement termination.
Wire Insertion Tool
A hand or power operated tool for producing an insulation displacement connection by inserting the wire(s) in a controlled manner to a predetermined position in the slot(s).
The sizes of conductors accommodated by a particular wire barrel. Also the diameters of wires or cables accommodated by a sealing grommet.
An elastomeric grommet on the rear of a connector that seals around each wire to preclude the entrance of water or moisture.
A numerical designation for a conductor, usually expressed in terms of American Wire Gauge (AWG), based on the approximate circular mil area of the conductor.
A stop at the end of a terminal wire barrel that prevents wire from passing completely through the barrel in such a way as to interfere with the function of the contact.
A brand name for a system involving connecting bare solid wire to a square pin for a connection, by wrapping the wire around the sharp edges of the pin. Also known as solderless wrap.
A network of conducting elements, usually discrete insulated wires that form a part or parts of an electrical system. The conducting elements are generally but not exclusively terminated in an electrical connector device.
The force required to fully withdraw a set of mating components without the effect of a coupling, locking or similar device.
A graph that plots the pull out force, indent force, and relative conductance of a crimp joint as a function of various depths of crimping.
Maximum voltage at which a connector is rated to operate. Also see (SERVICE RATING).
A contact designed to accept a wrapped connection.
A termination post that accepts a wrapped connection.
Wrap Removal Tool
A tool to remove a wrapped connection by unwrapping.
A connection achieved by wrapping a solid conductor around a post.
A tool used to make a wrapped connection.