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Blackburn Dual Rated Splicer Reducer 250KCMIL to #6 Stranded with Solid Barrier Wire Stop
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Blackburn

Dual Rated Splicer Reducer 250KCMIL to #6 Stranded with Solid Barrier Wire Stop

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

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Product Overview

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?

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?
Asked by: ROUNDMAN33
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Answered by: Dennis
Date published: 2016-06-18

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?

Asked by: dave
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.
Answered by: Thomas & Betts
Date published: 2016-12-13

would a 4/0 wire fit in this?

Need to reduce 4/0 to #4 wire
Asked by: Kevin
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).
Answered by: Dennis
Date published: 2016-12-12

How do I insulate this connection? Is electrical tape sufficient?

How do I insulate this connection? Is electrical tape sufficient?
Asked by: Dennis
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