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3M™ Scotchlok™ Butted Seam High-Temperature Male Disconnects

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Attribute Name
Value
Barrel Length (Imperial)
0.25 Inch
Barrel Style
Butted
Brand
Scotchlok™
Connection Width (Imperial)
0.25 in
Connection Width (Metric)
6.35 mm
Disconnect Type
Male
Fastener Orientation
Male
Fork Type
Standard Fork
Insulated
No
Insulation Material
Non-Insulated
Male Tab Width (W')
0.25 Inch, 0.250 Inch
Manufacturing Origin
USA
Maximum Conductor Size (Imperial)
14 AWG
Minimum Conductor Size (Imperial)
16 AWG
Minimum Order Quantity
100
Overall Length (Imperial)
0.73 in
Packaging
100 per bottle, 1000 per bulk box
Pad Width
0.25 in
Solution for
Wireless Network: Infrastructure Accessories
Terminal Style
High Temp
Terminal Type
Standard
Units per Case
1000, 500

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