|Description||Wire Range||Bolt Hole||PN||Price||Buy|
|STA-KON TERMINAL RA18-4||22-16||4|
|STA-KON TERMINAL RA18-6||22-16||6|
|STA-KON TERMINAL RA18-8||22-16||8|
|STA-KON TERMINAL RA18-10||22-16||10|
|STA-KON TERMINAL RA18-14||22-16||1/4|
|STA-KON TERMINAL RB14-4||18-14||4|
|STA-KON TERMINAL 3KG38||18-14||6|
|STA-KON TERMINAL RB14-8||18-14||8|
|STA-KON TERMINAL RB14-10||18-14||10|
|STA-KON TERMINAL RB14-14||18-14||1/4|
|STA-KON TERMINAL RC10-6||12-10||6|
|STA-KON TERMINAL RC10-8||12-10||8|
|STA-KON TERMINAL RC10-10||12-10||10|
|STA-KON TERMINAL RC10-14||12-10||1/4|
|STA-KON TERMINAL RC10-38||12-10||3/8|
Self-insulated with high dieletric-strength nylon sleeves. An inner bronze insulation grip sleeve lengthens the flexing radius of the conductor and eliminates conductor creep.
Voltage Rating 600V
These do not have the high dieletric-strength nylon sleeves as per product description and shown in the image. Instead they have a cheap vinyl insulator that cracks when crimped.
Do not buy the Sta-Kon terminals! These are substandard Walmart junk connectors. They only have the one metal part that crimps to the wire. The Aircraft version have a double crimp area that crimps to the wire, and also grips to the insulation. And these cost TWICE what the good TE Pidg terminals cost! Don’t make the same mistake I did by ordering these. Honestly, I’m surprised that ACS even sells this version.
No these are standard crimp connectors.