Slicing connector

The 221 series Lever-Nuts Splicing Connector simplifies electrical installation of solid, stranded, and fine-stranded wire in the most space-restricted applications.

04/13/2017


Wago 221 series Lever-Nuts Slicing ConnectorThe 221 series Lever-Nuts Splicing Connector simplifies electrical installation of solid, stranded, and fine-stranded wire in the most space-restricted applications. The transparent housing makes it possible to verify proper insertion and strip length. Two conveniently accessible test slots located in the wire-entry face and one opposite make for easy testing. Each wiring port of the 221 contains its own individually operated lever and spring, permitting the combination of varying sizes and types of wire in one secure splice. This design permits Lever-Nuts to be used and reused in any application. The 221 series is available in two-, three-, and five-wire connectors and can safely connect wires ranging from 12 to 24 AWG.

Wago Corp., http://wago.us

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