Non-insulated busbar crimp terminals for mini blade fuses. Can be used in any of the modules that hold mini blade fuses from the MTA modular fuse and relay system.
Busbar terminals consist of a row of individual terminals linked on a strip. A single cable connection to one terminal will provide common power to the entire strip, minimising the number of crimps that need to be made.
These should be used on the input (or battery) side of the fuses only and can be used in a strip of 10 (e.g. 2 strips of 10 in the module with 20 mini blade fuses) or cut down into smaller strips as required (e.g. 2 strips of 3 in the module with 4 micro relays and 6 mini blade fuses).
Terminals are crimped and/or soldered to the cable and then inserted into the slots in the underside of the module, with features on the terminals ensuring error-proof insertion. Yellow secondary locking bars on the module should then be pushed into place to prevent accidental terminal removal.
Sold as a strip of 10 connected terminals.
The following tools can be used to crimp this terminal:
P00454 or P00456
- MTA terminal type: Mini F280
- MTA part number: 1708335
- Material: Tin-plated copper
- Fitment: Mini blade fuse legs/terminals
- Cable size: 1.0 - 2.0mm²
Part Number: FH307TR.100
|Average Rating (5 Reviews): |
Thursday, 26 August 2021 | Peter
Used these in the mini blade fuse module. Work well. Some points to note: You can only crimp onto the terminals at either end so providing multiple feeds or unfused take offs is difficult, would have to solder carefully. Inserting more than three terminals in a strip requires great patience to get them aligned, once fitted they need a tool for removal and I expect you would end up cutting them into ones if you needed to do this. Be careful that the wire doesn't protrude too far out of the crimp or you wont fit the yellow locking strip. All that said a decent product for nice compact installation.
Excellent Service and Quality
Thursday, 17 June 2021 | Simon
!st class service, 1st class products, all delivered next day. Thankyou 12v Planet!!
Wednesday, 28 August 2019 | Edward
First time I used the MTA system I didn't use busbar terminals and ended up trying to cram lots of wires into each terminal, which didn't go well.
Definitely use these instead.
My only qualm is that I dont know how much current the busbar strip is rated for and near where the single(?) power wire is connected, currents could be quite high. I'm not sure I'd like to see potentially 30A rushing through the strip? This is of course just a design issue and there is plenty of room on the strip to solder extra wires to carry high currents if needed.
Tuesday, 6 August 2019 | Junichi
I ordered from Japan, but it arrived within a week despite the low shipping cost.
Monday, 26 June 2017 | William
When I opened up my order everything looked right. Then when I went to actually install the parts I noticed someone had nicked the end off one of the busbars so that there was only 9 pins instead of ten. Kinda a little thing and not a big problem to solve but hey, kinda annoying someone threw this crappy cut up part into my order.
Please accept our apologies for this error. We must have accidentally cut a strip of 9 instead of 10 as these bsubar strips should be in 10s.
Please get in touch and we will happily send you a replacement strip. Sorry again for the inconvenience.
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