Wire Connectors

Wire connectors are fasteners that are used to make a tight connection between two or more electrical wires. They are made of flame-retardant materials, wire connectors prevent wires from contacting other wires or exposed metal surfaces, which could cause a dangerous fault or short circuit.

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IDC
An Insulation-displacement Contact (IDC) is an electrical connector that is designed to be connected to the conductor(s) of an insulated cable by a connection process that forces a selectively sharpened blade or blades through the insulation, bypassing the need to strip the conductors of insulation before connecting.

Push In
A push in connector has a compact size that makes installation easy. It has a no-twist connection that reduces repetitive motion fatigue. There is a low insertion force for fast and easy connections. The clear shell gives visual verification of connection. It is UL Listed and CSA Certified.

Twist On
A twist on wire connector is a type of electrical connector that is used to fasten two or more low-voltage electrical conductors. They are widely used in North America. They are also known as wire nuts, wire connectors, cone connectors or thimble connectors.

Set Screw
A setscrew is a type of screw that is generally used to secure an object within or against another object, normally not using a nut. Setscrews are usually headless, meaning that the screw is fully threaded and has no head projecting past the major diameter of the screw thread.