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NPFC - MIL-T-16366

TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 8 February 1980
Status: active
Page Count: 25
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This specification covers electrical crimp-style lug terminals and conductor splices used for electrical cable connections.

Crimp-style lug terminals and conductor splices shall be of the following types, as specified (see 6.2.1):

Type CCBC - Splices, conductor, cable connector, butt-crimp. Type CCPC - Splices, conductor, cable connector, parallel-crimp. Type CLC - Terminals, lug, cable, crimp. Type CLCG - Terminals, lug, cable, crimp with water-seal insulation grip. Type WTG - Terminals, lug, wire, with water-seal insulation grip.

intended Use:

Type CCBC conductor splices are primarily intended to permanently splice two cables.

Conductor splices are intended to permanently splice two cables, or tap off a cable run, or ground... View More

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October 28, 2005
TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE
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February 20, 2003
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July 7, 1986
TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE
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MIL-T-16366
February 8, 1980
TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE
Type CCBC conductor splices are primarily intended to permanently splice two cables. Conductor splices are intended to permanently splice two cables, or tap off a cable run, or ground equipment onto...
November 26, 1976
TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE
This specification covers electrical crimp style lug terminals an conductor splices used for shipboard electrical cable connections.
March 23, 1964
TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE
A description is not available for this item.
June 23, 1959
TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE
Type CBCS cable bar clamps are primarily intended for use in connecting feeder cables to distribution panel bus bars, and are essentially for application with standard cable. The range of sizes has...
April 28, 1958
TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE
A description is not available for this item.
February 7, 1958
TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE
A description is not available for this item.
May 2, 1957
TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE
A description is not available for this item.
April 2, 1957
TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE
A description is not available for this item.
December 10, 1956
TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE
A description is not available for this item.
April 4, 1956
TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE
A description is not available for this item.
November 17, 1953
TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE
A description is not available for this item.
May 26, 1952
TERMINALS, ELECTRICAL LUG AND CONDUCTOR SPLICES, CRIMP-STYLE
Type CBCS cable bar clamps are primarily intended for use in connecting feeder cables to DIstribution panel bus bars, and are essentially for application with standard cable. The range of sizes has...

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