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POWERPOLE MODULAR CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY SHEET For all models: 15, 30, 45, 75, 120 and 180 amperes. Single Pole Power Connectors with Single Piece Housings

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Grimped 1300, 1320 & 1380 series contacts accept largest wire sizes rated. Smaller wire sizes require reducing bushings, Cat. No's 1395, 1330 & 1345 do not require reducing bushings. lnsert wire to base of contact, then crimp. Note: indentation should fall ln the middle of the barrel (see fig. 2). Use recommended crimp tools only. Crimping by other means may disturb contact position in housing 8,/or produce high resistance joints. Soldered Melt rosin flux tin into contact well, do not solder-dip contacts or overload the joint with solder. On 13gS, 1330 & 1345 Series contacts, solder flow should not extend beyond contact wall. On all models, care should be taken that no solder adheres to contact surfaces.

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CONTACT INSERTION/ALIGNMENT lnsert contact and wire into the housing from the rear. Position contact as shown above and push forward using insertion/extraction tool (Cat. No: 111038G2 for smaller wire sizes in 1345, 1395, 1330, 13OO models) so ihat the contact slipé under the barrier and snaps over the end of the retaining spring. Tug slightly to make sure the contaci is locked in place.

CONTACT REMOVAL For 1320 & 1380 series select a screwdriver of appropriate size. Depress spring at front of housing and pull wire out. For 1395, 1330, 134s & '1300 series, insertioniextàction tool (No. 1 1 1038G2). Place one of the fonivarding prongs of the tool between the contact and spring using a rotary motion. continue rotation while pulling on the wire until the prong causes disengagement of contact from the spring. withdraw contact from rear of housing (see fig. 6).

CONNECTOR USAGE

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Do not disconnect under load. Not for interrupting current. Connector halves should not be disconnected by grasping cable leads. For use only in equipment where the acceptability of the combination is determined by UUCSA or other applicable certification agencies.