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175065-1
CONN IGNITION PLUG 18-22AWG
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$0.0692
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$0.0654
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$0.0615
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18-22 AWG
Crimp
Ignition Plug
1-1742539-3
CONN TERM CLUSTER 14-18AWG CRIMP
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$0.6193
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$0.5849
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$0.5505
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-
8-14 AWG
Crimp
Cluster Pin Receptacle
60789-2
CONN TERM POST RCPT 20-24AWG
1+
$0.4531
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$0.4280
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$0.4028
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20-24 AWG
Crimp
Post Receptacle
63863-1
CONN TERM TAB RCPT 14-18AWG
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$0.4657
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$0.4399
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$0.4140
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14-18 AWG
Crimp
Tab Receptacle
2046084006
RECPT TERMINAL ASSY
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$15.4573
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$14.5986
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$13.7399
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Coeur PowerWize 204608
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8 AWG
Crimp
Female, Receptacle (Socket)
2046083006
RECEPT TERMINAL ASSY 4 AWG
1+
$15.8601
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$14.9790
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$14.0979
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Coeur PowerWize 204608
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4 AWG
Crimp
Female, Receptacle (Socket)
SLPIPA16BSR1
SURLOK PLUS, STRAIGHT PLUG, 5.7M
1+
$18.3021
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$17.2853
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$16.2685
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SurLok Plus™
Red
6 AWG
Crimp
Male, Pin (Plug)
2204018-1
DUAL CROWN CLIP JUNIOR POWER, FL
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$11.3287
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$10.6993
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$10.0699
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Crown Clip Junior
Black
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Solder
Busbar Clip
SLPIPA16BSO
SURLOK PLUS, STRAIGHT PLUG, 5.7M
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$22.4056
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$21.1608
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$19.9161
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SurLok Plus™
Orange
6 AWG
Crimp
Male, Pin (Plug)
SLPIPA16BSR
SURLOK PLUS, STRAIGHT PLUG, 5.7M
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SurLok Plus™
Red
6 AWG
Crimp
Male, Pin (Plug)
63895-1
CONN TERM GND CLIP 14-18AWG
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-
14-18 AWG
Crimp
Ground Clip
SLPHIRMBPSB2
3.6MM SURLOK PLUS, RECEPTACLE, P
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SurLok Plus™
Black
-
Busbar
Female, Receptacle (Socket)
2178531-1
CONN TERM BUSBAR CLIP SOLDER
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Crown Clip Junior
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-
Solder
Busbar Clip
WTB036SV093250R
WIRE TO BOARD, 3.6MM, SOCKET, VE
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RADSOK® PowerBlok™ WTB
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6-8 AWG
Solder
Female, Receptacle (Socket)
SLPCRA16BSB0
SURLOK PLUS, 5.7MM, 1000V DC, IN
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SurLok Plus™
Black
6 AWG
Crimp
Female, Receptacle (Socket)
160640-7
CONN TERM CLUSTER 16-18AWG CRIMP
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-
16-18 AWG
Crimp
Cluster Pin Receptacle
0945090103
CONN TERM RCPT SCKT 20-22AWG
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94509
-
20-22 AWG
Crimp
Female, Receptacle (Socket)
2166170001
8.0MM EON FLOATING SOCKET, TOP-E
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Coeur Sentrality Eon 216617
Black
-
Press-Fit
Female, Receptacle (Socket)
SLPCRB50BSR0
SURLOK PLUS, 8.0MM, 1000V DC, IN
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SurLok Plus™
Red
1 AWG
Crimp
Female, Receptacle (Socket)
SLPCRA25BSR0
SURLOK PLUS, 5.7MM, 1000V DC, IN
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SurLok Plus™
Red
4 AWG
Crimp
Female, Receptacle (Socket)

Specialized Connectors

Specialized connector terminals are unique devices used to connect conductors in various applications. These terminals come in a wide range of types and serve specific purposes. Some examples of specialized connector terminals include: Angled 90° terminals: These terminals have a 90-degree angle design, allowing for connections in tight spaces or specific orientations. Brush contact terminals: These terminals feature a brush-like structure that provides electrical contact, commonly used in applications such as motors or generators. Brush holder clip terminals: These terminals securely hold brushes in place, ensuring proper electrical contact in brush-based systems. Bus bar external/internal terminals: These terminals are designed to connect to bus bars, which are conductive bars used to distribute electrical power. Busbar clip terminals: These terminals feature clips that attach to bus bars, providing a secure electrical connection. Clamp terminals: These terminals utilize clamps to secure conductors, offering a reliable connection without the need for soldering or crimping. Clip terminals: These terminals use clips to fasten conductors together, providing an easily detachable and reusable connection. Cluster pin receptacle terminals: These terminals consist of multiple pins arranged in a cluster, allowing for simultaneous connections. Coax ground terminals: These terminals provide grounding connections for coaxial cables, ensuring proper signal transmission and shielding. Coil terminals: These terminals are specifically designed for use with coils in electrical components such as relays or solenoids. Crimp-on pin/receptacle terminals: These terminals feature crimp-on connections for easy and secure attachment to wires or cables. Disconnect tab terminals: These terminals have tabs that allow for quick and easy disconnection of wires or components. Distributor terminals: These terminals are used in distributor systems to ensure proper electrical distribution among various components. Edge disconnect terminals: These terminals enable quick and easy disconnection by simply pulling the wire away from the terminal edge. Electrode terminals: These terminals are designed for connecting electrodes, often used in medical devices or scientific equipment. Flanged stud terminals: These terminals feature a flanged design that provides additional stability and strength when connecting to studs or bolts. Ground bracket terminals: These terminals provide a secure grounding connection, often used in electrical panels or equipment. Ground clip terminals: These terminals have clips that attach to grounding points, ensuring a reliable electrical ground. Power disconnect terminals: These terminals allow for safe disconnection of power sources, commonly used in electrical installations or appliances. Power rung terminals: These terminals are specifically designed for power distribution within a panel or control system. Solder cup terminals: These terminals have cups or cups-like structures that accept solder, providing a secure and permanent connection. Spark plug terminals: These terminals are used to connect spark plugs in internal combustion engines, ensuring proper ignition. Spring terminals: These terminals utilize spring mechanisms to securely hold wires in place, offering quick and easy connections. Tab receptacle terminals: These terminals feature tabs that mate with corresponding receptacles, providing a secure and removable connection. Test switch terminals: These terminals are integrated with test switches, allowing for easy and safe testing of electrical circuits. Trailer connector terminals: These terminals are specifically designed for connecting electrical wiring in trailers, ensuring proper signal transmission. Tube cap terminals: These terminals feature caps that enclose and protect tube-shaped connectors, preventing accidental disconnections. Weld tab terminals: These terminals have tabs that can be welded onto conductive surfaces, creating a permanent and robust connection. Wire terminals: This is a general term for terminals designed to connect wires, encompassing various types such as ring terminals, spade terminals, or butt connectors. In summary, specialized connector terminals come in a wide range of types, each serving a specific purpose in connecting conductors. These terminals cater to various applications and offer unique features such as angle designs, clips, brushes, crimp-on connections, or specialized functions like grounding or coil connections.