Crimp pin connectors are solderless electrical connections used to terminate stranded wire by inserting the stripped end of the wire into part of the terminal. The crimped end has a single pin and can be connected with other pins or inserted separately into an appropriate receptacle.
Crimp pin connectors are most common in industrial and military applications due to their durability and flexibility. The automotive sector often uses crimp pin connectors because they do not need soldering. Crimp pin connectors are also used in large-scale production, as they are quick to reproduce reliable connections.
The most common types of crimp pin connector are: