Inline Copper Connectors are manufactured from tin-plated phosphor bronze or brass with bonded Polyethylene Terephthalate insulation. Colour coding of the insulation is provided to denote the wire size and weather resistant type. Any solid core wire, 26 to 19 AWG (0.4 – 0.6 mm), with plastic, pulp or paper insulation can be spliced.
Inline Copper Connector splices substantially reduce the space required over other splicing techniques. Straight, butt, tap, and bridge splices can be made with these connectors.
2 and 3 Wire Butt Splice Connectors are wire insulation displacement contacts that make dependable electrical connections. The continuity is completed by crimping the wire, with the recommended tool, that then displaces insulation and grips the copper conductors with a firm pressure in one motion. This does not require wire insulation removal, and each connector contains an organic silicon grease sealant to protect against corrosion and repel moisture.