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Contact, FASTON 250 Series, Socket, Crimp, AMP 250 Series Lance Housings, 14 AWG, 20 AWG

170032-2 - Contact, FASTON 250 Series, Socket, Crimp, AMP 250 Series Lance Housings, 14 AWG, 20 AWG

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Manufacturer Part No:
170032-2
Order Code:
2308816
Product Range
FASTON 250 Series

Product Overview

The FASTON 250 series FASTIN-FASTON Connector offers the advantage of the FASTON receptacles technology in multiple applications. In wiring harnesses, they are mainly used as multi-position and coupling connectors. Up to 8 position connectors can be mated in one operation with a maximum of 20 leads terminated. The receptacle in this version comply fully with the FASTON receptacles product technology. The only difference is the addition of a locking lance, which helps ensure firm retention of contacts when snapped into housings. Any application of this technology leads to essential time savings in final assembly.
  • Used for single and multiple connections
  • Receptacles available for 6.3, 4.8 and 2.8mm size
  • Receptacles mate with 0.5 and 0.8 thick tabs

Applications

Industrial

Product Information

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FASTON 250 Series
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Socket
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Crimp
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AMP 250 Series Lance Housings
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14AWG
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20AWG
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Brass
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