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Insulation-Displacement Wire Connectors

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Insulation-displacement wire connectors (IDC) create semipermanent connections between conductors without crimping them or stripping the wire's sheath. Also known as quick splice wire connectors, they extend or terminate electrical connections in low-voltage wiring applications such as fixtures, appliances, automotive systems, and control circuits. Their insulated housing has ports or channels where the primary (run) wires and secondary (tap) wires insert, and a metal blade component that pushes down on the wires to hold them and pierce their insulation to create a gas-tight connection that protects the splice from corrosion.
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2-Port Insulation-Displacement Connectors

2-Port Insulation-Displacement Connectors
These insulation-displacement connectors have two ports for attaching a tap wire to an existing run wire to extend or terminate the connection.

Connector Type: Unspecified

Yellow Color

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Double U-Element Connector Type

Red Color

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Pigtail Connector Type

Red Color

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Run Tap Connector Type

Black Color

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Brown Color

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Single U-Element Connector Type

Beige Color

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Blue Color

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Brown Color

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Red Color

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White Color

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Yellow Color

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3-Port Insulation-Displacement Connectors

3-Port Insulation-Displacement Connectors
These insulation-displacement connectors have three ports for attaching two tap wires to an existing run wire to extend or terminate the connection.

Connector Type: Unspecified

Red Color

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Pigtail Connector Type

Black Color

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Blue Color

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White Color

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Run Tap Connector Type

Black Color

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Single U-Element Connector Type

White Color

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