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Small Terminals
BURNDY
®
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Blue highlighted items are industry standard and most frequently ordered.
Performance
The terminals and splices in this catalog are
approved, per SAE-AS7928 and/or UL486,
where indicated. Table 1 shows the perform-
ance requirements for terminals used in mili-
tary and commercial equipment. The voltage
drops listed are maximum allowable values
taken at currents well above rated current for
the wires. Tensile values assure that the wires
will not become separated from the terminals
under reasonably expected stresses. UL ten-
sile values are chosen to reflect the severest
expected duty. MIL Specification tensile val-
ues apply only to crimp terminations and
reflect minimum values that are obtained in
good crimp joints. Actual performance of
BURNDY
®
terminals exceeds the require-
ments of Table 1. Typical values are shown in
Figs. 1-5. For High Temperature application
BURNDY
®
YAV series with nickel plating
“-NK” suffix provide for continuous operation
to 650° F and 750° F intermittent service.
Performance Requirements — Terminals for Copper Wire
Per SAE-AS7928
Per UL486
Wire Size
Test
Current
(Amps)
Maximum
Voltage
Drop
(Mv.)
Minimum
Tensile
Strength
(Lbs.)
Minimum
Tensile
Strength
(Lbs.)
26
3
8
7
24
4.5
8
10
22
9
7
15
8
20
11
6
19
13
18
16
5
38
20
16
22
7
50
30
14
32
6
70
50
15
12
41
5
110
70
20
10
55
5
150
80
30
8
73
5
225
90
50
6
101
5
300
100
65
4
135
5
400
140
85
2
181
5
550
180
115
1
211
5
650
200
130
0
245
5
700
250
150
00
283
5
750
300
175
000
320
5
825
350
200
0000
380
5
875
450
230
Test
Current
For Max.
50°C Rise
(Amps)
Fig 1.
Tensile strength of YAD
HYLUG™ after axial
rotation stresses.
Fig 2.
Tensile strength of BA
VINYLUG™ after axial
rotation stresses.
TENSILE STRENGTH IN POUNDS
COMMERCIAL WIRE SIZE
COMMERCIAL WIRE SIZE
TENSILE STRENGTH IN POUNDS
Table 1