Also known as spade terminals, these terminals have a fork shape that allows them to be installed or removed quickly without removing the clamping screw. Since these terminals can slide out from underneath a screw head, they are often used in tight spaces.
Intended for general-purpose use, these fork terminals attach to wire ends for connections that will be removed frequently or that must fit in restricted spaces. They can be removed quickly from the stud or post without removing the clamping screw.
The inner contour of the contact makes these terminals resist pull-out from the stud. They are often used in high-vibration applications.
Commonly used in high-vibration environments, these terminals have flanges on the contact to help prevent unwanted pull-out removal, particularly from stud-type terminals.
Insulated with heat shrink tubing, which also helps to protect these terminals from coming in contact with elements that would cause corrosion.