Confident Installs, Every Time
The In-Sure® connector design helps electricians do their jobs with less effort and more confidence. You can verify heir transparent polycarbonate shell, making inspection of the physical connection easy. They also include a dedicated test port to confirm continuity, so they’re a great option for both apprentices and seasoned electricians who check their work. With seven different options from 2- to 8-port connectors, they can be used in the simplest or most complex installs. The 2-, 3-, and 4-port connectors easily fit through 1/2” knockouts on electrical boxes. Since they’re color-coded, they are easy to grab the correct connector option at-a-glance from a tool bag.
There are times when push-in connectors really shine:
- In tight spaces
In compact electrical boxes, it may be difficult to use twist-ons due The installation simplicity of a push-in connector solves this problem since they require much less space to maneuver. Simply push and connect, no twisting.
- Limited conductor lengths
In retrofits and remodels, conductor lengths often become an issue. With push-on options like SpliceLine, wires can be connected and even extended with ease. In-Sure connectors also require less conductor length to be attached. Push-ins can reduce errors in connections, further preventing conductor shortening.
- When expansion and serviceability is a priority
Instead of having to cut off a wire connector every time you want to add to a circuit, using a push-in connector with multiple ports allow electricians to service and add to already-existing infrastructure quickly and easily.
- To simplify troubleshooting
It’s challenging to test continuity with twist-on connections, especially when multiple conductors are connected within the housing. Both In-Sure and SpliceLine connectors include a testing port for your meter, in addition to transparent housings to confirm physical connection and proper strip lengths.
- Priority on ergonomics and time-savings
A career as an electrician is physically demanding. Much of the time spent working is on your feet, working with your hands, sometimes doing repetitive tasks. Making these tasks as easy and effortless as possible becomes critical to both saving time and energy on-the-job.
If you choose to use push-ins, rest assured that they are rated to the same stringent standard of the IDEAL® Twister® PRO line – with UL, CE, and IEC certifications, as well as RoHS compliance. They are rated to 600V and 105°C, 1000V in signage, good for most residential or commercial electrical installs.
Choose the IDEAL® push-in line to handle the toughest jobs and achieve professional results. With countless options on the market, turn to the Electrician’s Champion® for your connection needs.