I have a project where I have to make 300 six wire connectors. I'm highly considering using screw terminals on one end of the connector, but I don't know if they provide enough stress relief on the copper to last long.
Would I be better served by using legitimate crimped terminals in a mating connector that goes to a compatible header?
I just don't want to crimp 3600 wires, but obviously I want a quality wire in the end.
This harness is going to be a fixed application in a vehicle, so while there's not much strain on the wire, there will be vibrations to contend with. It will interface a vehicle connector with a small PCB I've designed.
I'm looking at this screw terminal