The 867-22-002-70-501010 connector is a cost-effective solution when a wired connection is required in an electrical assembly. Crimping wires to a connector comes with challenges: gang crimping tooling is not readily available and the alternative, crimp and poke connectors, can be time consuming and labor-intensive to use. This connector eliminates those issues and is ready to use in a host of wire termination applications. The open-end wire offers flexible termination possibilities such as soldering, crimping, splicing or connecting to a terminal block. The 867 series uses high reliability Mill-Max spring-loaded pins making it an excellent choice for battery charging, low-power delivery and quick connect purposes. The connector features precision-machined and gold-plated spring pins on 2.54 mm centers, each having a maximum stroke of 1.4mm, with a connector housing molded from high temperature thermoplastic. The two-wire pig-tail is made from 24 AWG stranded conductors; one red, one black, 12â (305 mm) long. The wire is per UL1007 with PVC insulation and 7/32 stranding. Each wire end is stripped to a length of 3.56mm with slug on to prevent fraying. The wire retention of the crimp joint is 3.63 kg minimum and there is a positive stop inside the connector so the pins cannot be dislodged if pull force is applied to the wires.
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