Wire connectors includes a variety of butt splices and inline tap splices.The IDC butt splices in the Series employ a specially designed wire insulation displacement contact to make a reliable electrical connection to each wire. A "live-spring" joint is made by driving the wire down into the "U" contact connector. This simple process displaces the insulation and grasps all conductors with a firm, resilient pressure, all in one motion. These connectors include a factory installed sealant to protect against corrosion and seal out moisture.
The Series in-line tap wire splices are real time savers. They enable the user to tap into another wire without interrupting service. A U-shaped element inside each connector displaces insulation material and makes contact with the copper conductor. These wire splices also include factory-installed sealant to protect against corrosion and seal out moisture. Tap connectors are fast to install, easy to work with and available in a wide range of common wire gauges.
Tap connectors allow direct tapping into existing solid copper conductors without interrupting service. The pre-crimp feature helps hold the wires in place until the connector is crimped and the splice is complete.