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66602-8 - 

Contact, Multimate, Type III+ Series, Pin, Crimp, 14 AWG, Tin Plated Contacts

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Manufacturer Part No:
66602-8
Newark Part No.:
52K3923
Product Range
Type III+ Series
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Product Overview

The 66602-8 is a pin Signal Contact made of brass with tin plated finish. It accepts 18 to 14AWG wire size. The Type III+ series crimp contact is suitable for CPC and M series connectors.
  • 13A Test current

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Industrial, Commercial

Product Information

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Type III+ 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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M Series, CPC Connectors
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18AWG
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Brass
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Can you suggest the part number of extraction tool which can be used to remove damaged pin contacts (part number 66602-8) from their housings?
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Suggested part number for extraction tool is 305183 from TE Connectivity.
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Can you suggest a mating contact for signal pin contact (part number 66602-8)?
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Suggested mating signal socket contact part number is 66601-9 from TE connectivity.
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Can you recommend a hand crimp tool which can be used to crimp contact (part number 66602-8)?
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Suggested part number of hand crimp tool which can be used to crimp these contacts is 91519-1 from TE Connectivity.
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Looking for an insertion tool which can be used to insert contacts (part number 66602-8) into their housings?
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Suggested part number of insertion tool which can be used to insert these crimped contacts into their housings is 91002-1 from TE Connectivity. This tool can be used as both insertion as well as extraction tool.
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