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Model ASR2506-B1-10

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#6 Type ASR Dual-Rated Splicer Reducer with Solid Barrier Wire Stop

$5.37 /each
  • Tin plated for low contact resistance
  • Solid barrier wire stop
  • For use with copper and aluminum conductors

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The Blackburn #6 Type ASR Dual-Rated Splicer Reducer with Solid Barrier Wire Stop is for use with aluminum or copper conductors. This connector features a wide range of 250-6str and a rating of 250 kcmil. No special tools required.

  • Splice reducers are used in power and grounding electrical connection applications
  • Compatible for use with copper and aluminum conductors
  • Aluminum body with tin plating for low contact resistance
  • Slotted screws for easy installation
  • 1 Piece per bag
  • Note: product may vary by store

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WHAT TYPE OF "WIRE NUT" (CONNECTOR) WOULD I USE TO SPLICE #6 COPPER WIRE TOGETHER?

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50 AMP SUB-PANEL IN DETACHED GARAGE. MAIN BREAKER PANEL IN BASEMENT. I WANT TO USE ONE CABLE (6/4) IN BASEMENT TO JUNCTION BOX AT WALL (INSIDE) . SPLICE THAT TO FOUR INDIVIDUAL STRANDED #6 WIRE IN CONDUIT THAT GOES OUTSIDE/UNDERGROUND TO SUB-PANEL IN GARAGE. WHAT KIND OF CONNECTOR SHOULD I USE?
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http://www.homedepot.com/p/Blackburn-Type-ASR-Splicer-Reducer-with-Solid-Barrier-Wire-Stop-for-2-Stranded-to-14-AWG-Wire-ASR0214-B2-10/100172350?MERCH=REC-_-PIPHorizontal1_rr-_-100190266-_-100172350-_-N
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Hi ROUNDMAN33,
You can use a wire nut, or a splicer reducer that you posted this question on it's product page.
Just remember to connect all 4 wires properly to each other (hots to hots, neutral to neutral, ground to ground) without any of them touching each other, so as to ensure safety.
No matter if you use a reducer splicer or wire nuts, be sure to cover it with electrical tape and be sure it is Read More
Hi ROUNDMAN33,
You can use a wire nut, or a splicer reducer that you posted this question on it's product page.
Just remember to connect all 4 wires properly to each other (hots to hots, neutral to neutral, ground to ground) without any of them touching each other, so as to ensure safety.
No matter if you use a reducer splicer or wire nuts, be sure to cover it with electrical tape and be sure it is secured into the junction box where the splice will occur.
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Could I use this to connect #6 al stranded to copper. Need to extend the wire for a range. If so, do I need anti-ox?

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Yes, it is a little large for #6 to #6. Usually we would suggest a smaller connector like the ASR0214, but it could be used for this. Oxide inhibitor would not be required but is a good option.
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would a 4/0 wire fit in this?

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Need to reduce 4/0 to #4 wire
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Yes. This connector is rated for up to 250 kcmil. 4/0 is smaller than 250 kcmil. I use this connector routinely for both 2/0 and 4/0 size wire (both fit easily and when tightened make a great connection).
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