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35151-0410 4 Position Unseal Female Wire Harness Molex Connector

Original Part Number: 35151-0410

LHE Part Number: 218000421323

Number of Positions: 4

Contact Tab Size Series: 1.8

Size (MM): L:28.8 W:16.4 H:15.2

Seal or Unseal: Unseal

Overview:

LHE PN: 218000421323
Certification: TUV, IATF16949, ISO14001, ISO9001, CQC, UL, ROHS
MOQ: Most product not have MOQ, Small order can be accepted.
Sample service: Free Samples
Delivery Time: 3-5 Days
Quality Control All goods will be 100% inspected before dispatched
Payment: T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram, PayPal; 30% deposits; 70% balance before delivery.
Shipment: DHL/FedEx/TNT/UPS/EMS/Aramex/SF for samples, By Air or by Sea for batch goods; Airport/ Port receiving.

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    Selection of wire harness fasteners
    In the design process of the wire harness fixing structure and related functional boxes, the commonly used standard parts are used as much as possible, and the types of standard parts are as few as possible, and the use of special tools in assembly and maintenance is reduced through early design.
    Influence on the installation of surrounding parts
    In the design process, the characteristics of different areas are considered in a targeted manner, and the direction of the designed wiring harness must not affect the assembly of other vehicle parts;
    Electromagnetic compatibility and anti-electromagnetic interference
    Regarding electromagnetic compatibility and anti-electromagnetic interference, it should not only be done from the selection of wire materials, such as the use of twisted pair wires, shielded wires, etc., but also from the wiring direction of the wiring harness.
    Some models with a rear luggage compartment with a battery have a large diameter wire running through the whole car because the current needs to be transmitted to the electrical box in the engine compartment and the starter, and a strong current is always passed through. In traditional wiring, placing this high-current wire in the same harness without distinguishing it from other signal wires is bound to cause interference to the signal wire. Therefore, the high-current wire is usually arranged in a separate direction, leaving enough space with the ordinary wire harness. Long distance (above 100mm), at the same time, it is required to make a groove in the sheet metal for laying the wire, and it can have a certain electromagnetic shielding effect.