Soldersleeve Shield Terminators. SolderSleeve shield grounding terminators provide an environmentally sealed, insulated, and encapsulated solder connection for a variety of applications.
Product Type: Shield Terminator
Operating Temperature (Max) (°C): 125
Expanded Inside Diameter (Min): 6.8 mm [.27 in]
Pre-Installed Lead : Yes
Resistance Properties: Splash Protection
Product Type Features
|Product Type |
|Shield Terminator |
|Pre-Installed Lead |
Pre-Installed Lead Type
|Shield Outside Diameter (Min) |
|3.7 mm [.145 in] |
|Expanded Inside Diameter (Min) |
Pre-Installed Lead Wire Size (mm²)
Jacket Outside Diameter
|6.8 mm [ .27 in ] |
32.5 mm [1.28 in]
7 mm [.276 in]
|Operating Temperature (Max) (°C) |
Wire Temperature (Max) (°C)
|MIL/NAS Specification (MIL-S-83519, NAS-1747) |
Very good quality product
SINGLE CONDUCTOR 1/4" SOLDER SLEEVE WITH PIGTAIL
They work great but they are bigger than 1/4 ID close to 3/8
These are good for what they are, but are too big to neatly terminate shields on 2 and 3 conductor 24 gauge wire. The Sumitomo .250 solder sleeves that Spruce also sells are smaller than these 1/4 inch sleeves and work a lot better for that application.
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These are priced and sold individually, so quantity one will be one piece shown.
Yes, this will work for 22 AWG wire.
Yes, 18 gauge wire will work with this.