|Part No.||Style||Tab Width||AWG||Tab Thk.|
*Style A: Has no dimple with wire stop.
**Style B: Has small dimple on the backing with wire stop.
Not crazy about this type of faston. Hard to get on bends easily. In the future, I would get the non segmented faston
61060-1 PIDG FASTON TABS
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The male end is attached to older electronic units. We recommend using ring terminals for modern avionics.
The dimple would make the connection a little more secure. It puts a little pressure on the tab when the two ends are put together.