Pre-Insulated Terminals

All terminals should be crimped onto the conductor using a Cabrical crimper or any quality crimper that is designed to crimp the specific terminal type. If unsure of the terminal/conductor/crimper combination refer to the technical information following and test the nominal pull out force of the crimped connection. If the conductor does not pull out when the nominal pull out force is applied and held for one minute, this will give a good indication of the integrity of the joint. We offer a vast range of crimpers for various applications and terminal types that are shown in the tooling section at the back of this catalogue.


Nominal Current Ratings:

Terminal ColorRedBlueYellow
Conductor Range (mm2)0.5-1.61.0-2.62.5-6.0
Ring Terminal24A32A48A
Forked Spade18A24A36A
Pin Connector12A16A24A
Lip/Flat Blade24A32A48A
In Line Splice24A32A48A
Quick Connector24A32A48A
End Connector24A32A48A

NOTE: These ratings are a nominal suggestion and cover most situations.  It assumes defect-free workmanship, natural ambient conditions and accepted practices.

Stripping Lengths:

Terminal ColorRedBlueYellow
Conductor Range (mm2)0.5-1.61.0-2.62.5-6.0
Strip Length for Terminals4-5mm5-6mm6-7mm
Strip Length for In Line Splice7-8mm7-8mm7-8mm

In general, the wire should protrude 1mm out of the front of the terminal.

Red Terminals 2Red Terminal-3Red Terminal-4Red Terminal-5Red Terminal-6Red Terminal-7Red Terminal-8Red Terminal-9

Blue Terminal Chart.Blue Terminal-2Blue Terminal-3Blue Terminal-4Blue Terminal-5Blue Terminal-6Blue Terminal-7Blue Terminal-8Blue Terminal-9

Yellow Terminal Chart.Yellow Term-2Yellow Term-3Yellow Term-4Yellow Term-5Yellow Term-6Yellow Term-7

Un-Insulated Brass RangeUninsulated tools