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Ideal 32 Red In-Sure 2-Port Connectors (100-Pack)


32 Red In-Sure 2-Port Connectors (100-Pack)

$6.96 /package

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Product Overview

The In-Sure Push-In wire connector is perfect for residential, light commercial, lighting retrofit and pre-fab wiring systems. A low insertion force makes them the fastest, easiest, no-twist push-in connector on the market. It's compact size make installation easy and its clear shell gives a visual inspection of the connection.

  • Push-in wire connector to join and insulate 2 wires
  • No-twist design reduces repetitive motion fatigue
  • Minimum capacity of 2 #20 wires
  • Maximum capacity of 2 #12 wires
  • Stranded wire range: #16 - #12 AWG (≤ 19 strand) and #18 AWG (≤ 7 strand)
  • Tin bonded stranded wire range: #18 - #14 AWG (≤ 19 strand)
  • Rated to 600-Volt maximum
  • Includes 100 red connectors
  • UL 94V-2 flame-retardant shell rated at 221°F
  • UL listed to 486C and CSA certified to C22.2 #188
  • UL listed to 486C
  • UL 467 listed for grounding and bonding applications

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can you join aluminum to aluminum with these?

Can you join aluminum to aluminum with these?
Asked by: callmeal
callmeal no do not use these on aluminum wiring. Use the connectors mentioned below. Remember they can only be used once and you have to have a copper wire in the connection. Not for AL/AL connections. Ron at
Answered by: Ron Kipper
Date published: 2017-04-04

Can you back a wire out once inserted?

Can you back a wire out once inserted?
Asked by: Archerlc
It's difficult because there's a "one way" metal tab that holds the wire in place. It's hard not to damage strands or to scrape copper from a solid wire. If the manufacturer added a press tab to push the inside tab away from the wire, these would be excellent. This is a design flaw in my opinion. I am not an electrician, but I can perfectly well install/replace switches or plugs in my own home and I would be confident to do the same at a friend's house. If you can, look at it under magnification and you'll see what I'm talking about.
Answered by: Chris
Date published: 2017-04-22

Does the box include male and female connectors?

Asked by: Dan
Good question. You only need one connector to connect two wires. Really the same as a wire nut, except you simply insert the wires. No wire twisting, or twisting of wire nuts. These have a flaw, though, it's difficult to remove wires.
Answered by: Chris
Date published: 2017-04-22

Can these be used with #6 wire?

Asked by: Micah
Micah no the max is 12 AWG wire. Ron at
Answered by: Ron Kipper
Date published: 2016-05-28
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Customer Reviews

32 Red In-Sure 2-Port Connectors (100-Pack) is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the 6 cent cost per I bought these on a whim, mainly cause i hate the twist nuts that is traditionally used. Made running wire simple and my connections looks nice and clean. Will definitely buy these again.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 2 port connecter vs. Wire Nuts This is a great electrical accessory that saves so much room in a tight/small gang box when connecting wires together vs. a Wire Nut.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Safer and great time saver I have been using the 3 and 4 port connectors for all my electrical connections. At first I thought using the 2 port was rather lazy since using a wire nut for two wires is rarely a problem. However, now that these come in a 100 pack the price is so low, that I have completely stopped using wire nuts. The clear design allows you to actually verify the wires are making the proper contact--Impossible with a wire nut. I also found that by twisting the connector and pulling the wire, it can release without a tool. Buy a 100 pack and keep plenty available for all electrical projects.
Date published: 2012-10-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Saves space but.... While these connectors do save a lot of space in a box verses a wire nut, I'm not impressed with the connection at all. I personally won't use them on current carrying conductors. The wire can easily rotate and move around even when properly inserted. Loose connections produce heat and arcing and it's down hill from there. But then again I've seen thermal images of wire nuts glowing inside from improper installations. To each his own. They are a time saver and compact but not my idea of a good connector.
Date published: 2015-06-23
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