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I recently bought some electric solenoid valves online, and I don't know what kind of electrical connector this is using, and where to get a female version.

The valve in question

Does anyone know where I can find the female version of this so I can attach it to a pair of long wires?

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In some parts of the planet, those are called "spade connectors" and are available in crimp-on form.

The sizes are colour coded

They are sold in most auto-parts stores as well as by electrical retailers like Digikey.

  • Thanks. Turns out I just bought the wrong size of female spade terminal. – Greg Olmstead Jun 23 '17 at 17:49
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Those look to me like male "flag" terminals, so maybe one just uses single wires with female flag terminals. For example:

http://www.allelectronics.com/item/6225/1/4-fully-insulated-female-blue/1.html

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    Yup, that's them, common as can be. Look in automotive. – Harper - Reinstate Monica May 22 '17 at 7:59
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    "Spade" terminal/connector is a more common term to describe these types of connectors. "Flag" terminals are a type of spade terminal, which have the wire connection perpendicular to the connector. – Tester101 May 22 '17 at 11:41

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