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MX150 WIRE SEAL RECEPTACLE CRIMP TERMINAL
1.0 SCOPE
This specification details the crimping information and common practices of general crimps for the Molex
MX150 Wire Seal Receptacle Terminal. Please refer to sales drawing SD-34083-002 for additional part
information. The information in this document is for reference and benchmark purposes only. Customers are
required to complete their own validation testing if tooling and/or wire is different than what is shown in this
specification.
All measurements are in millimeters and Newtons unless otherwise specified.
Terminals shown in this document are generic representations. They are not intended to be an image of any
terminal listed in the scope.
2.0 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
DEFINITION OF TERMS:
Figure 1
INSULATION CRIMP
CONDUCTOR CRIMP
REAR
BELL MOUTH
4
FRONT BELL MOUTH
(not shown)
5
BEND UP/DOWN
1
ROLLING
3
TWISTING
2
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DEFINITIONS OF TERMS (CONT.):
Figure 2
Figure 3
K
K
L
L
CONDUCTOR BRUSH
END OF INSULATION
CUT-OFF TAB
WIRE SEAL
CONDUCTOR
STRIP LENGTH
8
SECTION K-K
9
CONDUCTOR CRIMP
HEIGHT (CCH)
10
CONDUCTOR CRIMP
WIDTH (CCW)
SECTION L-L
12
INSULATION CRIMP
WIDTH (ICW)
11
INSULATION CRIMP
HEIGHT (ICH)
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STRAIGHTNESS MEASUREMENTS
The crimping process may result in some bending between the conductor crimp and the terminal box. This
bending must not exceed the limits shown in Table 3.
Figure 4
Figure 5
BEND UP/DOWN
To measure bend up/down, establish datum J as shown in Figure 4 then measure the angle of the line
defined by points A and B with respect to the datum. Positive angles are defined as bend up and negative
angles are defined as bend down, see Figure 4.
TWISTING
To measure twisting, establish datum C as shown in Figure 5, then measure the angle of the line defined by
points C and D with respect to the datum, see Figure 5.
ROLLING
To measure rolling, cross section the part at section K-K (see Figure 4), then clamp the part in a vice as
shown in Figure 6. Using a shadowgraph, focus the graph to section H-H and establish line M-M as the top
of the terminal box. With line M-M established, refocus the graph to section J-J. Measure the angle of the
line defined by points E and F with respect to line M-M.
Figure 6
Vice
3
2
3 (+)
3 (-)
MM
EF
EF
2 (+)
2 (-)
CD
C
CD
1 (+)
1 (-)
AB
J
AB
M
M
E
F
1
J2
J1
J
(6.30)
(4.00)
K
K
D
B
C2
C
C
A
C2
J
J
H
H
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BELLMOUTH (FLARE)
The flare that is formed on the edge of the conductor crimp acts as a funnel for the wire strands. This funnel
reduces the possibility that a sharp edge on the conductor crimp will cut or nick the wire strands. A rear
bellmouth is required on the conductor crimp. A front bellmouth is optional. Caution: Excessively large
bellmouths will reduce crimp area and reduce pull forces. See Table 4 for bellmouth specifications.
Figure 7
CUT- OFF TAB
SThis is the material that protrudes outside the insulation crimp after the terminal is separated from the
carrier strip. A cut-off tab that is too long may expose a terminal outside the housing and it may fail
electrical spacing requirements. In most situations, a tool is setup to provide a cut-off tab that shall not
exceed the value indicated in Table 4.
Figure 8
CONDUCTOR BRUSH
The conductor brush is made up of the wire strands that extend past the conductor crimp on the contact
side of the terminal. This helps ensure that mechanical compression occurs over the full length of the
conductor crimp. The conductor brush should not extend into the contact area or above the conductor
crimp/transition wall height (whichever is tallest). CAUTION: Excessive conductor brush extended above
the transition/crimp area can cause terminal retention issues inside plastic cavity.
Figure 9
4
5
6
7
4
6a
6b
7a
7b
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CONDUCTOR STRIP LENGTH
The strip length is determined by measuring the exposed conductor strands after the insulation is removed.
The strip length determines the conductor brush length when the end-of-insulation position is centered in
the transition area between conductor and insulation crimps. See Table 4 for the length requirement.
CAUTION: Care must be taken to ensure that all conductor strands are equal in length (no diagonally cut
strands). No scratched or missing strands are permitted. The insulation cut must be uniform (no diagonally
cut insulation and no extrusions of insulation).
CONDUCTOR CRIMP
This is the metallurgical compression of a terminal around the wire's conductor. This connection creates a
common electrical path with low resistance and high current carrying capabilities. The crimp seam shall not
be open and all conductor strands must be contained within the conductor crimp.
CONDUCTOR CRIMP HEIGHT
The conductor crimp height is measured from the top surface of the formed crimp to the bottom most radial
surface. Do not include the extrusion points in this measurement. Measuring crimp height is a quick, non-
destructive way to help ensure the correct metallurgical compression of a terminal around the wire's
conductor and is an excellent attribute for process control. The crimp height specification is typically set as
a balance between electrical and mechanical performance over the complete range of wire stranding and
coatings, and terminal materials and plating. Although it is possible to optimize a crimp height to individual
wire strands and terminal plating, one crimp height specification is normally created. See Table 3 for crimp
height specifications.
INSULATION CRIMP HEIGHT
Insulation crimp heights are specified in Table 3. Wire Seal Terminals are designed to accommodate
multiple wire sizes. Although within the terminal range, an insulation grip may not completely surround the
wire, an acceptable insulation crimp will still be provided.
The insulation crimp should be visually evaluated to confirm it provides adequate compression on the wire.
It should also be evaluated by sectioning through the center of the crimped insulation grip. The grip should
compress the insulation but not pierce it or otherwise damage the integrity of the insulation. The grip should
not contact the conductors under any circumstance.
Once the optimum setting for an insulation crimp height is determined, it is important to document it. The
operator can then check it as part of the setup procedure.
CONDUCTOR ANVIL FLASH (EXTRUSION / BURR)
These are the small flares that form on the bottom of the conductor crimp resulting from the clearance
between the punch and anvil tooling. If the anvil is worn or the terminal is over-crimped, excessive extrusion
can result.
An uneven extrusion may also result if the punch and anvil are misaligned, if the feed is misadjusted or if
there is insufficient or excessive terminal drag (see Figure 10 and Table 4).
Note: Anvil Flash (Burr) may not extend below the bottom of the crimp.
Figure 10
9
11
13
8
13b
13a
Lowest point of Conductor Grip
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INSULATION GRIP STEP
The insulation grip step is the designed offset between the conductor grip and the insulation grip. This
dimension must be achieved after the crimp is performed (see Figure 11 and Table 4).
WIRE SEAL POSITION
The wire seal is positioned on the wire such that the wire insulation is visible between the conductor and
seal by a minimum value specified in Table 4. This minimum requirement ensures that the seal is in no risk
of being damaged, torn or crimped within the conductor grip area (see Figure 11).
The wire seal is also positioned within the terminal insulation grip such that the wings are only crimped
around the shaft of seal. The value specified in Table 4 ensures that the seal lips/glands are in no harm of
being crimped within the insulation grip. The value is to be held during crimping, but will not be the final
dimension due to the deformation of the wire seal involved in the crimping process (see Figure 11).
Figure 11
END-OF-INSULATION POSITION
This is the location of the insulation in relation to the transition area between the conductor and insulation
crimps. Equal amounts of the conductor strands and insulation needs to be visible in the transition area.
The insulation position ensures that the insulation is crimped along the full length of the insulation crimp,
and that no insulation gets crimped under the conductor crimp. The insulation position is set by the wire
stop and strip length for bench applications. For automatic wire processing applications the insulation
position is set by the in/out press adjustment (see Figure 2).
J
J1
J2
14
15
16
16
15
14
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CRIMP BULGE
Caution needs to be taken with the crimp tooling to prevent a bulge in the transition area during crimping.
The transition should generally flow smoothly from the conductor crimp to the terminal box. Any bulge must
not exceed the width shown in Table 4. See Figure 12 for an example of crimp bulge.
Good Crimp (No Bulge) Bad Crimp (Bulge)
Figure 12
BOX DEFORMATION
Care must be taken to ensure that the terminal box is not deformed during crimping and handling. Any
deformation of the terminal box must not exceed the tolerances specified in sales drawing SD-34803-002.
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3.0 PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Table 1
Terminal
Family
Gender
Sealing
Plating
Special Characteristics
Grip
Size
Wire Size
Insulation Diameter
Range (mm)
MX150
Receptacle
Wire
Seal
Sn
High Performance Tin
22
22AWG
0.35 0.50mm2
1.20 1.70
Ag
High Performance Silver
Au
High Performance Gold
Sn
High Performance Tin
18
20 18AWG
0.75 1.00mm2
1.60 2.54
Ag
High Performance Gold
Au
High Performance Silver
Sn
High Performance Tin
14
16 14AWG
1.50 2.00mm2
2.10 2.70
Ag
High Performance Silver
Au
High Performance Gold
Table 2
Wire Seal
Pink
Green
Yellow
Gray
Acceptable Wire
Diameter
1.20 1.70
1.60 2.10
2.10 2.54
2.54 2.70
QSR Part No.
E-1644-01
E-1644-00
E-1644-02
Yazaki Part No.
7158-3033-40
Ford Part No.
97BG-10C930-SBA
XW43-14603-AA
XW4T-14603-FA
XW4T-14603-MA
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Table 3
Grip
Code
Special Characteristics
Validated Wire
Conductor Barrel
Insulation Barrel
Wire
Seal
Pull Out
Force
(N) MIN
Wire Type
Wire Size
CCH
± 0.05
CCW
± 0.10
ICH
± 0.10
ICW
± 0.10
22
High Performance Tin
High Performance Silver
High Performance Gold
M1L-123A4 (TXL)
22AWG
1.00
1.60
3.50
3.45
Pink
50
GMW15626
(FLR2XA3ZH)
0.35mm2
1.04±0.03
50
M1L-126A1
0.50mm2
1.10
75
JASO D611 (AVSS)
0.50mm2
1.10
75
18
High Performance Tin
High Performance Silver
High Performance Gold
M1L-123A4 (TXL)
20AWG
1.15
2.15
3.60
3.55
Green
75
SAE J1128 (GXL)
20AWG
1.15
3.80
Yellow
75
M1L-123A4 (TXL)
18AWG
1.25
3.70
Green
90
SAE J1128 (GXL)
18AWG
1.25
3.90
Yellow
90
M1L-126A1
0.75mm2
1.25
3.60
Green
90
M1L-126A1
1.00mm2
1.30
3.70
120
14
High Performance Tin
High Performance Silver
High Performance Gold
M1L-123A4 (TXL)
16AWG
1.35
2.45
3.80
3.65
Yellow
120
M1L-135A1 (UTX)
14AWG
1.65
3.80
180
M1L-123A4 (TXL)
14AWG
1.65
3.95
Gray
180
M1L-126A1
1.50mm2
1.40
3.80
Yellow
150
JASO D611 (AVSS)
2.00mm2
1.60
3.95
Gray
180
The above specifications are guidelines to an optimum crimp. Crimp heights/widths are applicable for punch/anvil tooling
shown in Figures 15 22.
Pull force should be measured with no influence from the insulation crimp
Customers are required to complete their own validation testing if tooling and/or wire is different than what is shown in this
specification.
Terminals were validated per USCAR-21
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Table 4
Specifications
Balloon #
Feature
Requirement
1
Bend Up
± 3° MAX
2
Twisting
± 3° MAX
3
Rolling
± 3° MAX
4
Rear Bell Mouth
0.30 0.70
5
Front Bell Mouth
None Required
6
Cut-Off Tab
0.50 MAX
7
Conductor Brush
a
0.40 MAX
b
MAX 0.40 above conductor crimp
8
Conductor Strip Length
4.70 5.60
9
Conductor Crimp Height
See Table 3
10
Conductor Crimp Width
See Table 3
11
Insulation Crimp Height
See Table 3
12
Insulation Crimp Width
See Table 3
13
Conductor Anvil Flash
a
0.1 MAX
b
Not to extend below lowest point of conductor crimp
14
Grip Step
From J1-J2 (see Figure 11)
Grip
Code 22
0.55 ± 0.10
Grip
Code 18
0.70 ± 0.10
Grip
Code 14
0.90 ± 0.10
15
Wire Seal Position on Wire
0.2 0.4 for reference
16
Wire Seal Position on Terminal
1.10 MIN
17
Crimp Bulge
2.62 MAX
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4.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
Reference documentation for general practices is located on the website per the below links:
1. Molex Quality Crimping Handbook http://www.molex.com/images/products/apptool/qual_crimp.pdf
2. Molex-Recognizing Good Crimps http://www.molex.com, search for Application Tooling
5.0 PROCEDURE
5.1 GENERAL MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS
Crimp Height Measurement (Anvil Flash Evaluation)
1. Complete tool set-up procedure.
2. Crimp a minimum of 5 samples.
3. Place the flat blade of the crimp micrometer across the center of the dual radii of the conductor
crimp. Do not take the measurement near the conductor bell mouth (see Figure 13).
4. Rotate the micrometer dial until the point contacts the bottom most radial surface. If using a caliper, be
certain not to measure the conductor anvil flash (extrusions) of the crimp (see Figure 14).
Figure 13 Figure 14
6.0 CRIMP TOOLING GEOMETRY
The crimp tooling information shown below defines the tooling used by Molex to perform validation testing
to establish recommended crimp height and widths. The user is responsible for validating crimp
performance based on tooling, equipment and wire that is being used.
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Figure 13 Conductor Tooling Geometry
(0.35mm2 wire ONLY)
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Figure 14 Insulation Tooling Geometry
(0.35mm2 wire ONLY)
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Figure 15 Conductor Tooling Geometry
(Grip Code 22 ONLY except 0.35mm2 wire)
molex 1&7 REF M737 REF FRDM POINT C To PDNT n EXCEPT As SHOWN 3.34. 3. - 10.55 L REF 5m _._ ‘°"‘ _l_ I Rice (21 3.42 c R a 50 v2; n 7 as [21 4.12 12> 5 292 R152 R EF 3.327 REF a‘ — 9.55 8.50 = 0.03 FROM POINT E To POINT D EXEEPT AS SHOWN .I k 245 10.01 I// I 02px nu ma ,A.‘ GENERAL TOLERANCE —0.00 UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED DE: F'LCS mm VEH 4 F'LAEES : 7 A 3 DLACES 7 7 1 2 PLAIZES .13 : IPLAEE : 0.25 1 H, ANDULAR :05“ REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: SHEET N0. EC No: DATE: DOCUMENT NUMBER: AS-34083-002 CREATED / REVISED BY: CHECKED BY: APPROVED BY:
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Figure 16 Insulation Tooling Geometry
(Grip Code 22 ONLY except 0.35mm2 wire)
molex 2.073 REF (TANEENYSV I? 0,56 (2) RSflBQ) 50-17: R134 REF E-IIE 2.055 REFfi- 0:32 REF (2)4 IA E-EE V FROM F'DINT c w POINT D EXCEPT AS SHOWN R10 REF m 45° FROM Pam E m Pow! n EXCEPT As snuww 915 {FRONT on 3.50 m 5,12 280 559 RE: 6.92 17 031» x 55° (HAMFER : I_ W 3.51%; § ‘ {mm 5. GENERAL TOLERANCE UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED DE: F'LCS mm VEH 4 PLAEES : i 3 PLACES : 1 2 FLA : 1 I PLAEE : . t 7 , ANDULAR :05“ REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: SHEET N0 EC No: DATE: DOCUMENT NUMBER: CREATED / REVISED BY: AS-34083-002 CHECKED BY: APPROVED BY:
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Figure 17 Conductor Tooling Geometry
(Grip Code 18 ONLY)
molex 350 REF « R1753 REF E To POINT D EXCEPT AS SHOWN A A3 3°- """ + L T ‘DL 3 L RE‘F 8175 6'27 60‘ (2! E whom, D + <72>45zflm (:97 5000 R1.7o REF »— —* 370m: 3375 REF" [y V/I MA 7A7 9’23 ........ ' 7 53510.03 EIIEI ' FROM POINT C TO POINT D EXCEPT AS SHOWN :‘15 ‘ 7 4.43 —2I80 R10 REF (2) — 000 GENERAL TOLERANCE UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED C D DE: F'LCS mm NEH 4 PLAEES 7 i 3 PLACES , 1 2 PLAEES .13 : IPLAEE : 0.25 1H, ANDULAR :05“ REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: SHEET NoI EC No: DATE: CREATED / REVISED BY: CHECKED BY: APPROVED BY: DOCUMENT NUMBER: AS-34083-002
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Figure 18 Insulation Tooling Geometry
(Grip Code 18 ONLY)
molex FROM POTNT ( TD POTNT D E R0” REF EXCEPT AS SHOWN 2.4 50 use x Law [HAMFER [(FRDNT on j 0.3mm“; (FLATS) r r f ‘ 927 5.57 Ma no“ ,1 n 633 * 437 k 5.59m: 70mm; c, Q o Révfl w OZIA 2,438 REF ““5 REF 30 x N E-IIE “D— \ 905mm FROM Pom E TU POM D EXEEPT AS SHOWN — LBS 2.50 R20 REE (71 7 7 o no E GENERAL TOLERANCE UNLESS OTHERWTSE SPECTFIED DE: F'LCS VEH 4 PLAEES : i 3 PLACES : 1 2 FLA : 1 1 PLAEE : 1 fl, ANGULAR : 0.5 ° REVISION: ECR/ECN INFORMATION: SHEET NOE EC No: DATE: DOCUMENT NUMBER: CREATED / REVISED BY: CHECKED BY: APPROVED BY: AS-34083-002
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Figure 19 Conductor Tooling Geometry
(Grip Code 14 ONLY)
molex EXCEPT AS SHOWN R 5.08 Egg 3 ea 6.27 60° I D 5.99 R158 REF 3 429 REF I‘— t9,2e REF! 5.15 .o as FROM POINT [ T0 POINT D E><(ept as="" shown="" from="" point="" e="" tu="" point="" d="" 2="" 51.="" mm="" i//i="" 02ia="" 3.81:="" 034-="" 44.45=""><3 15°="" 2.30="" r20="" ref="" 42v="" 7000="" general="" tolerance="" unless="" otherwise="" specified="" c="" d="" de:="" f'lcs="" veh="" 4="" plaees="" :="" 1="" 3="" places="" :="" 1="" 2="" fla="" :="" 1="" i="" plaee="" :="" 1="" fl,="" andular="" 10.5“="" revision:="" ecr/ecn="" information:="" sheet="" n0.="" ec="" no:="" date:="" document="" number:="" created="" revised="" by:="" checked="" by:="" approved="" by:="" as-34083-002="">
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Figure 20 Insulation Tooling Geometry
(Grip Code 14 ONLY)
molex DOCUMENT NUMBER. AS-34083-002 REVISION. ECR/ECN INFORMATION. SHEET N0 EC No. DATE. CREATED / REVISED BY. CHECKED BY. APPROVED EV.
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7.0 CRIMP STRAIGHTNESS
A sample method for maintaining crimp straightness is shown in Figure 21 below.
Figure 21
Adjustment for terminal
straightness (Up-Down)
Insulation Anvil
Conductor Anvil
Conductor Punch
Insulation Punch
Adjustment for wire
straightness (Up-Down)
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8.0 APPLICATION TOOLING
Application Tooling for the Terminal can be obtained directly from Molex.
To find the proper and latest Molex Application Tooling
1. Go to http://www.molex.com
2. Enter the terminal / connector part number into the search box and select the “Go” button.
a. Molex part numbers can also be found by searching on the product description.
3. Review the Application Tooling available on the right side of the product window.
a. It may be necessary to scroll down on the right side of the terminal / connector product
page to view all the tooling options.
b. Hand tools and manual type tools require the loose terminal / connector part number to be
used in the search.
c. Applicator or semi-automatic type tools require the reeled terminal / connector part number
to be used in the search.
4. Select the tool part number link
5. Review the tooling page for general tool information
6. Open the link for the Application Tooling Specification (ATS) (located on the left under
Specifications & Other Documents) for additional details such as:
a. Termination specifications: crimp height, pull force, wire strip length, insulation diameter,
etc.
b. Tool information: tool diagram, tool parts list, repair parts, perishable parts list.
7. Order Molex Application Tooling through your preferred distributor
Notes:
1. Hand crimp tooling can only be used with certain wires and terminal part numbers. Check the
Application Tooling Specification Sheet on the Molex website for details.
2. Application Tooling product numbers are subject to change without prior notice. Customers are
advised to check the Molex website for the most up-to-date information.
3. Molex FineAdjust™ and MiniMac™ Application Tooling requires the use of left payoff (“D” Wind)
parts

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