Brass terminals are specialized electrical components made from brass, a metal alloy composed primarily of copper and zinc. They are used in a wide variety of electrical applications to provide a secure, reliable connection between wires, cables, or other electrical components. Brass terminals are valued for their excellent electrical conductivity and resistance to corrosion, making them ideal for use in harsh environments where exposure to moisture or other corrosive substances might be a concern. Brass terminals are available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and configurations to suit different types of electrical connections. They may be straight or angled, with different numbers and sizes of holes or slots for attaching wires or cables. Some brass terminals may also have insulation sleeves or covers to protect the connection from accidental contact or damage.