3M MH14-10FLX Scotchlok™ Heat Shrink Locking Fork Terminal; 16-14 AWG, #10 Stud, Blue, 25/BT

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  • 3M MH14-10FLX 3M MH14-10FLX Scotchlok™ Heat Shrink Locking Fork Terminal; 16-14 AWG, #10 Stud, Blue, 25/BT
Manufacturer: 3M
Catalog#: MH14-10FLX
Crescent Part#: 2132
UPC: 051128589021
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Product Details

Dimension: 1 Inch Length x 0.320 Inch Width

Product Details:

3M Scotchlok™ Heat shrink Heat shrink locking fork terminal is made of EPT copper with tin plated finish for added durability and corrosion resistance. It has brazed seam barrel covered by an adhesive-lined heat shrink sleeve which is color coded and sized for 16 - 14 AWG wire range. It measures 1 Inch x 0.320 Inch. It has 10-AWG spring-like tongue that locks in place around the stud even when mount screw is not tightened. It has maximum temperature and voltage rating of 105 deg C and 600 Volts respectively. Fork terminal is UL listed and CSA certified.

Product Specification

Product Details
Manufacturer 3M
Catalog# MH14-10FLX
Product Dimensions & Details
Finish Tin-Plated
Dimensions W:4'' x H:6'' x L:10''
Height 6.00
Length 10.00
Width 4.00
Shipping Information
Ships Ground. Eligible for expedited shipping Yes
Other Information
Item Fork Terminal
Material ETP Copper
Conductor Size 16-14 AWG
Color Blue
Overall Length 1 Inch
Size 1 Inch Length x 0.320 Inch Width
Barrel Size 0.090 Inch Dia x 0.640 Inch Length
Barrel Type Brazed
Brand Name 3M
Type Heat-Shrinkable, Locking
Standards UL File E23438, CSA File LR22190, RoHS Compliant
Stud Size #10
Tongue Size 0.320 Inch Width x 0.030 Inch Thickness
Sub Brand Scotchlok™
UNSPSC 39121432

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