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770251-3 - 

Contact, Universal MATE-N-LOK II Series, Socket, Solder, 14 AWG, Tin Plated Contacts

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Manufacturer Part No:
770251-3
Newark Part No.:
92F8888
Product Range
Universal MATE-N-LOK II Series
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Product Overview

The 770251-3 is a socket Crimp Contact made of phosphor bronze with tin plated finish. It accepts 20 to 14AWG wire size. This contact is suitable for standard Universal MATE-N-LOK(pin).
  • 600VAC Operating voltage

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Product Information

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Universal MATE-N-LOK II Series
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Socket
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Solder
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14AWG
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Tin Plated Contacts
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Universal MATE-N-LOK 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 socket contacts (part number 770251-3)?
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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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Looking for an extraction tool which can be used to remove damaged socket contacts (part number 770251-3) 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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Can you suggest the part number of insertion tool which can be used to insert crimped socket contacts (part number 770251-3) into their housings?
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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. This tweezer-shaped insertion tool features two grooved insertion tips for grasping the wire of the contact to be inserted and two tool handles, which assist in applying even pressure to the insertion tips.
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