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Binding Post, 15 A, Nickel Plated Contacts, Brass, Black, Red

ABBATRON HH SMITH 2713-RB

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Manufacturer Part No:
2713-RB
Newark Part No.:
80H9106
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15A
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Nickel Plated Contacts
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Brass
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Black, Red
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Panel Mount
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Product Overview

The 2713-RB is a 15A Spring Loaded Binding Post with brass body and nickel-plated brass contacts. Quick and secure wire connection is assured with these spring loaded binding posts. To connect to circuit, wrap wire around solder turret or attach to solder lug between nuts.

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Customer Reviews

ABBATRON HH SMITH - 2713-RB - BINDING POST, 15A, #8-32, STUD BLACK/RED 4 5 1 1
Functional spring loaded post The post works well - press the top down and the hole for the wire opens and in goes the wire. Let go and the wire is connected. It is fast and reliable for testing parts with lead wires like fans. The top has a black or red button so polarity is obvious. NOT for voltage greater than 36V, unless you like a tingle. My only problem is that you can't search for this part because it does not have the word "spring" in the description. The substitutes are not true substitutes because they are "rotate to clamp" types. March 21, 2011
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