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Contact, Universal MATE-N-LOK Series, Pin, Crimp, 14 AWG, Tin Plated Contacts

350547-3 - Contact, Universal MATE-N-LOK Series, Pin, Crimp, 14 AWG, Tin Plated Contacts

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Manufacturer Part No:
350547-3
Newark Part No.:
90F5659
Product Range
Universal MATE-N-LOK Series
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Product Overview

The 350547-3 is a pin Crimp Contact made of phosphor bronze with tin plated finish. It accepts 20 to 14AWG wire size. The crimp contact is suitable for Universal MATE-N-LOK sealed housings.
  • Locking lance contact retention
  • 600VAC Operating voltage
  • 19A Contact current rating

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Universal MATE-N-LOK Series
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Pin
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Crimp
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14AWG
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Tin Plated Contacts
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Universal MATE-N-LOK Sealed Housings
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20AWG
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Phosphor Bronze
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Can you suggest the part number of hand crimp tool which can be used to crimp contact (part number 350547-3)?
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Suggested crimp tool part number is 91500-1 from TE Connectivity. It is a hand crimp tool which can be used to crimp universal MATE-N-LOK contacts onto wire of size 14-20 AWG.
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Can you suggest the part number of extraction tool which can be used to remove damaged contacts (part number 350547-3) from their housings?
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Suggested extraction tool part number is 1804030-1 from TE Connectivity. This tool is designed to remove pin and socket contacts from Universal MATE–N–LOK connectors & universal MATE–N–LOK II connectors.
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What would be the suggested part number of insertion tool for universal MATE-N-LOK contact (part number 350547-3)?
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Suggested part number for insertion tool is 455830-1 from TE Connectivity. It is designed to insert a universal MATE-N-LOK* pin or socket contact into a connector housing.
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