AMP AMPLIVAR splices that are specifically designed to terminate magnet wire to itself or in combination with standard solid or stranded lead wire.
AMPLIVAR splices have machined, sharp edged serrations inside the crimp barrels. These serrations, made by a special production process, pierce the insulating layer of magnet wires in a manner that provides a large contact area.
In a one-step operation the magnet wire is automatically multiple ring-stripped of its insulation as it is forced into the serrations during the precisely controlled crimp. The resulting termination produces a high tensile strength, air-sealed connection that is as resistant to corrosion as the insulated conductor.
As many as three magnet wires can be terminated simultaneously in one splice. In addition, copper or aluminum magnet wire, or a combination of both, can be terminated. When required, copper or aluminum magnet wire can Section AA be combined with standard, pre-stripped solid or stranded lead wires.
Compression crimp eliminates cold solder points, weld burns and wire embrittlement usually connected with thermal-type terminations
Excellent tensile strength—vibration resistant
Provides a superior electrical connection that is free of many contaminants such as stripper residue and solder flux
Precision formed, strip-fed splices terminated in AMP automatic machines for high production rates per hour
High termination rates, low wire consumption and the elimination of rejects caused by solder flux or heat damage results in the lowest applied costs
Precisely controlled crimp termination helps eliminate human error for maximum reliability
Splice up to 3 magnet wires together with stranded lead in one barrel
Splice length is increased on larger CMA splices for improved performance
Serration depths are varied within the splice to give optimum electrical/mechanical performance on all wire sizes
Serration sidewall angles are varied to allow better wire stripping and serration fill
Flat bottom of splice helps keep magnet wires on bottom as required during crimping