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Ideal 34 Yellow In-Sure 4-Port Connector (100-Pack)
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34 Yellow In-Sure 4-Port Connector (100-Pack)

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These IDEAL 34 Yellow In-Sure 4-Port Connectors (100-Pack) feature a low insertion force for fast and easy connections. The connectors have a compact size for easy installation.

  • Push-in wire connector to join and insulate 4 wires
  • Use on bare copper wire
  • Minimum capacity of 2 #20 wires
  • Maximum capacity of 4 #12 wires
  • Low insertion force for a fast and easy connection
  • Compact size for easy installation
  • Clear shell gives visual verification of your connection
  • Includes 100 yellow connectors
  • No-twist connection helps reduce repetitive motion fatigue
  • UL 94V-2 flame-retardant shell rated at 221 degrees Fahrenheit
  • UL listed to 486C
  • UL 467 listed for grounding and bonding applications
  • CSA certified to C22.2 #188

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Customer Questions & Answers

So using this i put 1 hot wire in and can put another 3 in to go extra plugs and a light?

Asked by: Mike
Hmmmm. You should read up on electrical. Don't mix outlets and light. Heck the two are different gauge wires. Outlets are typically 12 gauge with a 20 amp breaker and lights are 14 gauge with a 15 amp breaker.
Answered by: ToddB
Date published: 2017-01-24

Why does it only support a lower number of smaller wires?

It says 2-20 gauge or 4-12 gauge. What is it about the connector that makes you only able to use 2 for the smaller wire? Or is it just that you should not in general be crimping together 4 small wires due to it overheating?
Asked by: Mike
Because most home applications use that size wire. If you need larger wire size I suggest you contact the manufacturer and see if they make one to suit your needs.
Answered by: gw32
Date published: 2017-02-07

Can I use these to hook up multiple baseboard heaters?

Asked by: Rugger
No, most baseboard heaters are rated at 220v 30 amp and these are restricted to 120v 20 amp.
Answered by: gw32
Date published: 2017-02-07

In my previous question I was asking not to wire plugs with lights but could you wire plugs or run wire for lights.

I do know not to run them in the same circuits
Asked by: mike
Mike send me an email with your contact info and I will be glad to call you I am not sure what you are asking. Ron at ron.kipper@idealindustries.com
Answered by: Ron Kipper
Date published: 2017-01-25

Using for under the cabinet lighting. Can these be left in a kitchen cabinet after making connections?

Asked by: Kmag320
Hi Kmag320 I would say to check with your local electrical code inspector. If it is a 120V circuit that connection should be in an electrical box of some type. Be safe Ron at ron.kipper@idealindustries.com
Answered by: Ron Kipper
Date published: 2016-04-26

when it says rated for bonding and grounding applications does that mean i can use it instead of crimping sleeves to bond all the wires in a jbox?

Example: I have looked at the manual and can't figure out what I did wrong.
Asked by: primecut12
primecut12 yes the connectors can be used for grounding applications instead of a crimp sleeve. You might want to check with your local code people as well. Ron at ron.kipper@idealindustries.com
Answered by: Ron Kipper
Date published: 2016-12-30

What is the rated amperage?

I'm adding 1 or 2 outlets to a 20 amp circuit with possible 3rd outlet in the future, and I need to document the rated amperage capacity of the components including connectors/plugs (which is effectively what these are)
Asked by: FireMouse
20 amp 120v
Answered by: gw32
Date published: 2017-02-07

Can I jump 2 yogether

Asked by: Bohack
Short answer: Yes. Longer answer: Yes, just run a piece of wire from one of the holes to the next connector - you now have 6 holes(3 in each connector) to use. If you are asking if it is safe - yes, it is fine as long as you stay within the amperage rating. I've used them this way before.
Answered by: Dave
Date published: 2017-02-07
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Customer Reviews

34 Yellow In-Sure 4-Port Connector (100-Pack) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy Street Soooo much easier than doing the standard nuts. Bought this and a 2 gang one.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought these for a total revamp of my master bathroom, including two new circuits (one 15-amp and... Bought these for a total revamp of my master bathroom, including two new circuits (one 15-amp and one 20-amp, running 14 gauge wire and 12 gauge wire, respectively). Honestly I was just tired of my wife's hair dryer dimming all the lights in the entire upstairs of the house... but I digress... I'm pretty green as far as electrical work is concerned, so the ease of these little guys was AWESOME. I used probably a full 100 of these to connect all my new outlets, lights, switches, and exhaust fans, with not a single error in any of my connections. While I understand electricians may want to stick to their typical twist wire connectors, I would highly recommend these for any DIYer. After stripping off ~1/2" of the ends of your wires, you just snap the wire into the port and you can plainly see, thanks to the clear plastic tip on the connector, that your wire is seated properly. Occasionally I would have to use a pair of pliers to push the 12 gauge wire into the port, but the effort was minimal and still seems like a significant time savings over traditional connectors. A few times I mistakenly stripped off ~1/8" or 1/4" extra on my wires so there was a little bit of exposed wire outside of the port, so I removed the wire, snipped the extra off the end of it, and re-inserted. To remove, simply twist the wire back and forth while pulling it out of the connector. The manufacturer says this is fine, and you can reuse the connector as long as the wire you're using is equal to or larger than the wire you took out. Hoosah! Overall, I give this product a strong recommendation. Hope my review was helpful!
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I go out of my way to buy sockets that have screw down type quick connects. I am not a fan of pu... I go out of my way to buy sockets that have screw down type quick connects. I am not a fan of push in wire connectors on sockets. However, after trying these out and cutting one apart - I like them. While rewiring other people's messes in old houses, these definitely make it much easier to clean up those boxes where you open it up and there is electrical tape and 10 wires with nuts all going into the same receptacle. Cut, clean up, push in, and done. They take a lot of force to remove the wires. Not only is it easier, faster, and cleaner but it makes a better connection than your standard wire nut on a consistent basis. I can't tell you how many times I've went over a circuit that and the problem was loose/incorrectly installed wire nuts or just plain old ones that have worked themselves loose. I probably won't use wire nuts very much anymore.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is exactly what I have been looking for. I am remodeling my home electrical and I have arthr... This is exactly what I have been looking for. I am remodeling my home electrical and I have arthritis in my hands, I have a hard time twisting and turning wires to put on standard caps. These are so EASY, just strip the wire and push into holes. Takes up less room inside box. No more wondering if I secured the CAPS tightly enough, or if a wire came loose after pushing everything into box.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use, quick reliable connection without taking a lot... Easy to use, quick reliable connection without taking a lot of space in junction box
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent purchase Makes splicing wires in outlet boxes super easy. Works great.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely love the convenience I've been doing a lot of wiring at home and I love the convenience of these over twist nuts. I'm quite sure you could argue about less contact are as compared to twisting but I figure if they meet code, that issue isn't a concern that I should worry about. They're so fast to use and you can easily see when the wire is fully inserted. You can also remove the wire easily enough. Pricey, but worth it for me.
Date published: 2016-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use These connectors are very easy to use. As a professional, I still prefer wire nuts, but use these if space is getting tight in a box, as they are a bit more compact than their respective wire nut counterpart. Recommended for the DIY'er especially, for their simplicity of installation.
Date published: 2014-04-26
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