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Model # ASR0214-B2-10

Internet # 100172350

Store SKU # 526936

Type ASR Splicer Reducer with Solid Barrier Wire Stop for #2 Stranded to 14 AWG Wire

$5.47 /each
  • Tin plated for low contact resistance
  • Solid barrier wire stop
  • For use with copper and aluminum conductors

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Product Overview

The Blackburn Type ASR Splicer Reducers with Solid Barrier Wire Stops for #2 Stranded to 14 AWG Wire (2-Pack) can be used on copper or aluminum conductors. These wire connectors are UL listed for safety. They feature a 250-Volt rating. No special tools required for installation.

  • Used in power and grounding electrical connections applications
  • Compatible for use with copper and aluminum conductors
  • Solid barrier wire stop
  • Comes with two slotted screws
  • 2 connectors per bag
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
1.25 
Product Height (in.) 
.5 
Product Width (in.) 

Details

Color Family 
Metallic 
Electrical Product Type 
Wire Connector 
Maximum Wire Capacity 
14 AWG 
Minimum Wire Capacity 
14 AWG 
Wire Type 
Other 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed,CSA Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
No 

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are these connectors for #3 wire up to code?

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Yes, the range for this connector is #2-14, so #3 wire would fall within that range.
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How do I attach wires to Blackburn Splicer Reducer?

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Part ASRO214-B2 is an aluminum block meant to joint two wires (heavier than 14 gauge) together. It is a rectangular item with a hole through it and screws on the end meant to clamp onto the wires. Do I strip the insulation off the wire longer than the block, so bare wire is sticking out of both ends? The HD web info on this product talks about solid barrier wire block, which sounds to me like the wire can only be pushed in less than 1/2 way, but the actual block only has a small tab pushed in the middle, which could be a block for each wire, or could be intended to clamp down on both wires at once. There is no description on the package as to how to use this, and I need a connection that won't come loose as it will connect 30 Amp 230 VAC wires to drive a submersible water pump
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The ASR0214-B2 is for use with copper or aluminum conductors as small as #14 to as large as #2. You only need to insert each wire as far as the solid barrier wire stop, about 1/2 way inside the part. Only strip enough of the insulation off, to insert the conductor half way, until it hits that "stop" on the inside. Do not clamp down both wires together. Insert one wire on each end and clamp down Read More
The ASR0214-B2 is for use with copper or aluminum conductors as small as #14 to as large as #2. You only need to insert each wire as far as the solid barrier wire stop, about 1/2 way inside the part. Only strip enough of the insulation off, to insert the conductor half way, until it hits that "stop" on the inside. Do not clamp down both wires together. Insert one wire on each end and clamp down individually, using each screw. Read Less
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It is perfect for its intended use. The product is the best way to connect two different types of electrical cable. September 25, 2012
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