Vinyl insulated butt splice connectors terminate wires that are laid on top of, or next to each other to ensure that the electrical current is being transferred without an additional conduit. They are used to mate, connect, or terminate a single wire. The vinyl material acts as an economic insulation and the butted seam is the most common type of terminal barrel. Vinyl-insulated butt splices are great for marine vehicles, and in other applications that utilize wire to transfer electrical current.
•PVC insulation sleeve is securely fastened to barrel.
•Funnel entry is formed into inside of insulation to allow for easier wire insertion.
•Industry standard color-coding indicates wire range.
•Rated to 600 volts maximum, building wire; 1000 volts maximum, 105° C.