Battery Terminal Connectors
Battery terminal connectors provide an optimal way to connect your 12 volt or 24 volt electrical cables to your lead-acid battery or battery bank. Copper battery terminal connectors offer the highest degree of combined electrical conductivity and strength, brass battery terminals are best used in marine and corrosive environments, while lead battery terminals are much more malleable and easy for the average garage mechanic to work with. Copper battery terminals are tinned to resist corrosion, and can be easily soldered or crimped. They are available cable sizes from 6 gauge to 4/0 gauge, and come as either straight barrel, left angle, right angle, or parallel mount. Brass battery terminals are much harder than either copper or lead, and should be soldered when possible, but they will hold up best in a corrosive environment. Lead battery terminals are easiest for the average person to attach a battery cable to, and can often be installed using just basic tools. If you require multiple cable feeds or want to dress up your electrical system, a multi-port battery terminal may be just what you are looking for. View our video for a closer look at our battery terminal connector selection.