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Quick Splices - Self-Stripping Connector - Closed Port - 14-16-18 Gauge - Blue - Qty 1

Quick Splices - Self-Stripping Connector - Closed Port - 14-16-18 Gauge - Blue - Qty 1

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Closed port quick splices self-stripping connector is a 2 channel wire connector that is designed to splice into an existing wire without having to cut, crimp or strip the existing wire. Lowest Prices for the best wiring from Spectro. Quick Splices - Self-Stripping Connector - Closed Port - 14-16-18 Gauge - Blue - Qty 1 part number SWC502905-1 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Spectro Wiring - SWC502905-1

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Closed port quick splices self-stripping connector is a 2 channel wire connector that is designed to splice into an existing wire without having to cut, crimp or strip the existing wire.


Features:

  • Closed port quick splices self-stripping connector
    • Designed to splice into an existing wire without having to cut, crimp or strip
  • Blade attached to pierce the wires in each of the channels of the connector
  • Provides an open channel for existing wire and a closed channel for tap wire
  • Comparable to the 3M blue quick splice
  • Pliers needed to squeeze down on the blade after wires are placed


Specs:

  • Quantity 1
  • Gauge: 18-16-14
  • Maximum power rating: 600 volts
  • Color: blue
  • Additional tools needed: pliers


502905 Quick Splices - Self-Stripping Connector - Closed Port - 14-16-18 Gauge - Blue - Qty 1





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Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Spectro Wiring SWC502905-1 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're going to take a look at the quick splices 14-, 16-, 18-gauge blue self stripping connector. It's for a quantity of one. Now this is a closed port quick splices self-stripping connector. It is designed to splice into an existing wire without having to cut, crimp, or strip the wire. Provides an open channel in the front for your existing wire. And then in the back is a closed channel for the tap wire.

The blade right up here on top, well, that's what will pierce the wires in each of the channels when you push down on it. And then you just put the cover over it and complete your connection.Now there are pliers required to squeeze down on that blade after your wires are placed in it. Now this part is comparable to the 3M blue quick splice connector. This is for a quantity of one. The connector color is blue.

And again, it's for a 14-, 16-, or 18-gauge wire and the maximum power rating is 600 volts.So what I'm going to show you here . I happen to have two 14-gauge wires, so what you'll want to do, like we mentioned, the front is all open, so you put your wire in there that you want to tap into. Then, you'll take your wire and on the back channel it'll only go . you push the wire in, it will only go so far 'cause it's a closed port on the back one. So you push that all the way.

Then once you get them all the way to where you want them, just take your pliers, put it on there, push down on it, just like that, and once you push down enough, you'll see that that has connected those. Then, just take your cover and that snaps right over there. As simple as that, you've tap into the wire without having to do any cutting, crimping, or stripping of the wire. That should do it for the review on the quick splices 14-, 16-, 18-gauge blue self stripping connector for a quantity of one.


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Quick Splices - Self-Stripping Connector - Closed Port - 14-16-18 Gauge - Blue - Qty 1 - SWC502905-1

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (10 Customer Reviews)

Closed port quick splices self-stripping connector is a 2 channel wire connector that is designed to splice into an existing wire without having to cut, crimp or strip the existing wire.

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It's a quick splice connector, does what it's supposed to do. However, you can find these a lot cheaper than $1.73 each. I found 50 for $7.47 ($0.14/each). Do your research.



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