Step 1: Materials
2. 0.1" Male Crimp Pin Terminals
3. 0.1" 1x3 Connector Housing
4. 22 gauge Servo Wire
5. Wire Strippers (we use Channellock)
7. Needle nose pliers
Step 2: Crimp the Wires
2. Strip the wires a small amount (less than the top set of teeth on the crimp)
3. Place the wire in the crimp. The bottom set of teeth should only be in contact with the insulation and the top set only on the exposed wire. The wire should not extend past the top set of teeth.
4. Use pliers to slightly squeeze down on the bottom set of teeth to help everything stay in place while crimping.
5. Position the crimp in the smaller of the two options of the crimper. Make sure both sets of teeth are lined up correctly to be crimped.
6. Squeeze down all the way to ensure the crimp is fully secure. Remove the wire from the crimper and make sure both sets of teeth are properly crimped down, and re-crimp as needed.
7. Repeat on the two remaining wires.
8. Push the crimps into the housing until it clicks past the tab.