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Contact, SUPERSEAL 1.5 Series, Socket, Crimp, 16 AWG, Tin Plated Contacts

183025-1 - Contact, SUPERSEAL 1.5 Series, Socket, Crimp, 16 AWG, Tin Plated Contacts
183025-1 - Contact, SUPERSEAL 1.5 Series, Socket, Crimp, 16 AWG, Tin Plated Contacts

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Manufacturer Part No:
183025-1
Newark Part No.:
25C1621
Product Range
SUPERSEAL 1.5 Series

Product Overview

The 183025-1 is a crimp Receptacle Contact with phosphor bronze body, tin-plating. 18 to 16AWG wire. This crimp receptacle contact is suitable for use with Superseal 1.5 series connectors.
  • 14A Typical current rating
  • -40 to 125°C Operating temperature range

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Automotive

Product Information

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SUPERSEAL 1.5 Series
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Socket
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Crimp
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16AWG
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Tin Plated Contacts
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Superseal 1.5 Series Connectors
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18AWG
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Phosphor Bronze
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Can you suggest the part number of crimp tool which can be used to crimp socket contacts (part number 183025-1)?
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Suggested part number of crimp tool which can be used to crimp these contacts is 58583-1 from TE Connectivity.
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Looking for an extraction tool which can be used to remove damaged socket contacts (part number 183025-1) from their housings?
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Suggested part number of extraction tool which can be used to remove these damaged contacts from their housings is 9-1579007-1 from TE Connectivity. This tool is designed for extracting SUPER-SEAL 1.5; MULTILOCK 070 series contacts from their housings.
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Looking for an extraction tool which can be used to remove damaged socket contacts (part number 183025-1) from their housings.
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Suggested part number for extraction tool which can be used to remove these contacts from their housings is 9-1579007-1 from TE Connectivity.
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