Believe it or not wires get lonely! The solution? Wire terminals.

Consequently, good-hearted wires simply need healthy companionship. Just like the rest of us (most of the time anyway).

It is a proven fact that wires like to socialize and maintain good company. 

Especially with wire terminals. 

For example, a nice looking wire terminal from a family of good character. Typically they make a great match for our wires.

However, excellent work ethic is also a necessary trait. 

The team at Falconer Electronics likes to claim themselves as expert matchmakers of wires and wire terminals.

This comes from 35 years of wire harness assembly experience.

To be honest, serving as a Wire Harness Manufacturer is quite electrifying (sorry, we couldn’t help ourselves). 

Therefore, we match wire and terminals passionately, safely and accurately.

Above all, wires need a terminal that is strong as well as loyal.

These characteristics go hand in hand with hard-working as well as deeply dedicated.

Another requirement: Wire Terminals that give great hugs. Holding on super tight to their wire companions is mandatory! 

In other words, a terminal that is committed to a long-term relationship.

Short-term flings or a one-night stand simply does not fly around here.

Furthermore, we only match wires and terminals that fit as soulmates.

Life partners that fight through thick and thin.

Just look at all of these happy love birds that were recently matched up:

Wire Terminals

Wire Terminals at Falconer Electronics

Types of  Wire Terminals 

A terminal establishes an electrical connection which is done by terminating a conductor or wire.

Various types of Wire Terminals include: 

  • Ring terminals
  • Fork terminals
  • Hook terminals
  • Spade terminals
  • Insulated
  • Non-insulated

When matching the right wire with the best Wire Terminal, there are several factors to consider:

  • Wire gauge
  • Screw or stud size
  • Electric throughput
  • Insulation thickness 

Furthermore, it is critical that the wire and terminal can handle the measure of electricity. 

In addition, insulation on a terminal provides extra protection against extreme hot or cold temperatures.  

Also, the insulation on the terminal helps prevent dust particles or debris from creating havoc within the connection.

Lastly, the insulation also serves as a protector against corrosion or moisture which otherwise causes a negative impact on the connection.  

For additional information on Wire Terminals, explore IPC/WHMA-A-620 which sets the industry standard for Wire Harness Manufacturing. 

Wire Terminals

 

Wrapping It Up 

Thank you for taking the time to read this post. 

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