66105-1 TE Connectivity Crimp Contact

TE Connectivity’s 66105-1 Crimp Contact with a test current of up to 13 A, wire cable size of 24–20 AWG, and gold-plated contact.

The TE Connectivity 61105-1 is a crimp socket connector that is built using a brass base material, plated with 30 µin of gold on the mating area, and plated with tin on the termination area. The socket connector can be used with cable sizes between 24 and 20 AWG and uses a crimp method for connecting the wire to the connector. The 66105-1 is designed for signal applications; can handle currents up to 13 A; is compliant with multiple standards including EU RoHS 2015/863/EU, China RoHS 2, and REACH; and consists of low-halogen–containing parts (less than 900 ppm).

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Key Features

  • Brass base material, gold-plated mating contact, and tin-plated termination
  • Tested to 13 A
  • Compliant with EU RoHS 2015, China RoHS, and low-halogen parts
  • Works with 24–20 AWG wire

General Applications

  • Signal applications

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