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This spade connector is used to connect to 12V SLA batteries, and I believe it's the F2 variant. However it has a nice plastic shroud around it which makes it easier to remove from the batteries and since it's fitted after the crimp it doesn't get damaged as some alternative shrouds do.

I am trying to find where to buy these covers (with or without the female spade connectors) however I'm having trouble because I don't know what they are called!

Does anyone know what retailers label these parts as?

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Most often they are called just

Hard plastic 6.3mm female blade terminal cover

and code for it RS63004X, where X is a colour code, e.g RS63004R for Red.

Check this link

Also, you can go through all range of terminal covers on RS website.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ Thanks! On the RS site it looks like they are also called Faston 250 crimp covers. \$\endgroup\$ – Malvineous Jan 7 '18 at 1:09

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