Mate N Lok Universal Connector Pair - 2 Way

Price:  £1.60(£1.33 Exc. VAT)

Product code:  P00174

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  (4 Reviews)

Description 

2-Way Mate N Lok Universal connector providing secure and robust multiple connections for cables from 0.5 - 2.0mm². Male pins and female sockets are crimped onto the cables and then inserted into the the connector housings; the tabs on the terminals locking them in place. Latches on the male housing lock onto the female housing when assembled, preventing accidental dis-connection. The error-proof design also prevents the housings being connected incorrectly.

Pins and sockets can be used in either male or female connector housings.

Sold as a male/female pair complete with all male pin and female socket crimp terminals (spares available - please see further information). 

Specification

  • Current rating: 10A per connection/way
  • Voltage rating: 600V DC
  • Max. operating temp: 120°C
  • No. connections: 2
  • Material: Nylon 6.6
  • Colour: Natural (white/opaque)
  • Overall dims, excluding latches (male housing): 27.4 (L) x  14.0 (W)  x 14.7 (H) mm
  • Overall dims excluding latches (female housing): 27.4 (L) x  14.0 (W)  x 15.8 (H) mm

Further information

Spare terminals:


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Rating:  
battery charger
Tuesday, 22 March 2016  |  Roger

I used this on my ride on mower to charge the battery via a solar charger it works fine.


Rating:  
OK Work Fine
Wednesday, 20 January 2016  |  Simon

Used with no problem by complete novice


Rating:  
just the job
Tuesday, 28 April 2015  |  John

Neat and quick to use (once you work out which way in the actual terminals go! - I had never used them before but will buy again)


Rating:  
Good value
Thursday, 13 March 2014  |  Mike

These connectors are good quality at a reasonable price. I bought a few extra pins in case I made a mess of the crimping (I didn't) but I did put a pin into the wrong housing, since no pin removal tool is available the only course of action is to bend the retaining tabs back to remove the pin from the housing, this effectively trashes the pin, had a a removal tool been available the swap would have been straight forward instead of having to re-terminate the cable.