Copper Fork Type Insulated Terminals are widely used in electrical installations for secure and reliable connections.

Here are some more details about these terminals:

Copper Fork Type Insulated Terminals are typically made of high quality copper which offers excellent electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance. Copper is a preferred material for electrical connections due to its low resistance and ability to handle high currents.

The terminals have a fork like shape on one end which allows easy insertion and secure connection with the wire. The fork design provides a strong grip on the conductor, preventing accidental disconnection.

These terminals come with insulation sleeves or covers made of materials like PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) or nylon. The insulation provides protection against electrical shocks, short circuits and prevents accidental contact with other conductive surfaces.

Copper Fork Type Insulated Terminals are available in various sizes and ratings to accommodate different wire gauges and current capacities. It is crucial to select the appropriate terminal size that matches the wire diameter to ensure a proper and secure connection.

To install a copper fork type insulated terminal, the stripped end of the wire is inserted into the fork shaped opening. The terminal is then crimped using a suitable crimping tool to create a secure connection. The insulation sleeve is positioned over the crimped area to provide insulation and protection.

These terminals find applications in a wide range of industries including automotive, electrical panels, control cabinets, power distribution systems and more. They are commonly used for connecting wires to switches, relays, transformers, circuit breakers and other electrical components.