Whether making a few connections in the lab or millions on an assembly line, our crimp technology quick disconnect tabs and receptacles can help to make the job fast and easy. With our broad range of sizes, materials, retention features, temperature ranges, and insulation options, you can select just the characteristics that you need for your application whether you are using them singly or in arrangements for multiple circuits. TE application tooling, from hand tools to fully automated applicators, can help to assure consistency of the crimp connections.
FASTON Electrical Quick Connects
Speed of application – uniform reliability – low per-line cost. These advantages have made TE’s FASTON products the industry leader in the appliance and automotive industries. A complete line of application tooling has been developed specifically for these terminals. Crimping dimensions for each terminal are precisely controlled so all connections are identical in performance. With over 60 years of experience providing quick connects to our customers, we are constantly striving to introduce new and improved products to add to our quick connect family. It is our commitment to innovation and continuous improvement that allows the FASTON terminal product line to remain the leader in the industry.
|Types of Crimp Connects||Description|
Most common crimp used on straight and flag terminals offers optimum combination of strength and conductivity. Method of termination provides maximum resistance to vibration and corrosion.
Featured on flag terminals. Locking tab on wire barrel is inserted through a slot on the terminal itself.
|“C” Crimp||Featured on flag terminals. Provides reliable electrical and mechanical performance with a minimum profile.
- Insulated and uninsulated
- Straight and flag configurations
- Stress relieved receptacles
- Various plating options
- Positive Lock terminal solutions
- High temperature solutions
- Application tooling
- Washing machines
- Electric and gas ranges
- Wall ovens
- Microwave ovens
- Industrial machinery