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382A023-25-0 Heatshrink Boot Y Transition

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382A023-25-0 Heatshrink Boot Y Transition

General Purpose Application, Military Application. Y Shape Transition. The TE Connectivity 382A0xxx-xx series are modified elastomeric heat shrink boots. These heat shrink boots are available in different materials such as polyolefin (semi rigid/flexible/semi flexible zerohal), Elastomer (flexible/fluid resistant), Silicon and VITON, flexible. Suitable for general purpose and military application.

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General Purpose Application, Military Application. Y Shape Transition. Includes 1 Piece.

  • For Use With: Transition Y Fitting
  • Body Material: Fluid Resistant Elastomer
  • Shrink Ratio: 2:1
  • Colour: Black
  • Accessory Type: Heatshrink
  • Inside Diameter Primary 26.9mm
  • Inside Diameter Secondary 13.2mm
  • Material: Fluid Resistant Elastomer
  • Operating Temperature Max:150°C
  • Operating Temperature Min:-75°C
  • Shrink Temperature: 135°C
  • Shrunk Diameter Primary 12.4mm
  • Shrunk Diameter Secondary 6.1mm

 Product Type Features:

  • Molded Part Type = Transition
  • Size = 23
  • Material = Fluid Resistant Modified Elastomer

 Contact Features:

  • Family Name = 382A0

Housing Features:

  • Material Systems Code = 25
  • Adhesive Pre-Coating = Without


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