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Tyco Electronics Romex Splice Kit 2 Wire, 1/Clam
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Tyco Electronics

Romex Splice Kit 2 Wire, 1/Clam

  • Splices or tap 2-wire non-metallic cables up to 300 volts
  • Designed for reworking applications within existing structures
  • Eliminates the need for exposed and unsightly junction boxes
$699 /each

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Tyco Electronic's Non-metallic splice and tap kits provide a fast and reliable method for splicing or tapping 2 wire w/ ground and splicing 3 wire w/ground non-metallic cables up to 300 volts. They are designed and approved for use in rework within existing structures. Splice and Tap Kits also eliminate wire nuts for installation and replace the conventional method for adding a splice or tap for non-metallic cable without the need for exposed and unsightly junction boxes. NEC approved Article 334-40b.

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Is accepted by local codes and can it be installed behind drywall surfaces

Asked by: DW
It is not acceptable to be buried behind drywall in the City of Seattle
Answered by: Sparky2017
Date published: 2017-01-17

Can this be used with a 220v wire for a dryer wire. Mine rubed on the elbow 90* turn and shortrd out

Asked by: chris
Possibly not. Most dryers use 10-3 w/grd. I believe the kit is used on #12 wire.
Answered by: SilverE
Date published: 2017-03-19

Can this splice be buried behind drywall in St. Louis County, MO?

Can this splice be buried behind drywall in St. Louis County, MO?
Asked by: g78
Yes, this splice can be buried behind drywall.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-03-19

do you have to provide support or a strap near the kit

Asked by: nick
Not sure if anything required beyond regular NM-B requirements (supports, like staples, no more than 4.5 feet apart, but I always worry about a buried splice coming loose. Splices had always been required to be an accessible junction boxes and for good reason. This splice kit is new, UL listed and LEGAL for when you HAVE to have bury a splice in the wall, but I'm old school and worry. It shouldn't happen but I don't want it to vibrate or shake apart over time, so when able, I try to support it within a foot of either side of the splice
Answered by: SilverE
Date published: 2017-04-05
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Romex Splice Kit 2 Wire, 1/Clam is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It worked like a charm. It's the best option I have found instead of an unsightly junction box w... It worked like a charm. It's the best option I have found instead of an unsightly junction box where you don't want one.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a one of the kind product not widely available. I needed it to extend a Romex wire and it... This is a one of the kind product not widely available. I needed it to extend a Romex wire and it worked beautifully. It is indeed a one time connection however not until the final click. Make sure to test connectivity after every steps using a voltmeter, you don't want to break the drywall again to redo your connections. Instructions are pretty good but I relied on the PDF located here www.code-elec.com/content/00/01/53/48/38/userimages/Tyco%20NM%20connectors.pdf as my eyes are not as they used to be. Basically when you push the wires down with the swivel door it will make the connection to the splicers, you don't need to splice in advance the individual wires. This si NEC 2005 and 2008 certified which is good to know. If you are in a situation where it is difficult or almost impossible to get to a junction box, this will do the trick. Too bad it's not widely available so it makes it pricey.
Date published: 2016-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product for a very specific purpose This is an excellent product for a VERY specific purpose. This product is for a spice inside a wall. It is illegal to splice a wire inside a wall with wire nuts so you must put them in a exposed box. This NEC approved splice can be hidden behind a wall. (verify this with local building codes that may differ from NEC) This can NOT be reused. So go slow and match the cables correctly before you snap it together. If you can use a junction box and wire nuts you will save a lot of money over this device BUT if you are doing a complicated remodel and cant or wont rip out all the drywall or walls and need to splice a cable inside a wall this is NEC legal way to do it. Yes it is not cheap but for a hidden splice i very highly recommend it.
Date published: 2015-01-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from does what it says I damaged a romex cable with a nail gun. I was planning on just fixing it with a junction box, but decided to try this instead after reading about them online. This worked perfectly! And since I had limited cable length to work with this was a better solution than the junction box especially since it didn't need any more cable length to install. I only gave it four stars because it's kind of fussy to work with and DO NOT test fit the plastics parts or wire clamps. The are designed for a permanent fit.
Date published: 2013-11-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Be warned! I purchased four of these kits when I remodeled my kitchen. I removed the soffits and had to re-route the wiring - which of course was no longer of sufficient length to get to the outlet. The kits were cumbersome / tricky to use but I got the hang of it, and I was very happy with the result. No tracing wires and very few holes in my kitchen walls. However, about 6 months later one of these kits failed. For some reason, one of the internal connections simply failed and took out the entire circuit. As the kit was behind my newly painted and finished walls, I was not happy about having to punch a hole. Then it dawned on me that I was not 100% sure where the kit was located! I would still recommend this product but I would also in future: 1) make the connection behind a kitchen cabinet or something that can hide the hole you have to punch if one fails. This saves repainting etc. 2) Make detailed plans or take photo's of where the kit is installed. The other three kits are still working fine.
Date published: 2014-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Time saver, beats using 2 junction boxes. Assembly was slightly tricky, make sure you read the instructions before proceeding as the connection is irreversible once made. Very useful where junction boxes can't be concealed. Once you get the hang of it, this spice can be installed in less than 5-minutes.
Date published: 2014-12-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Gets the job done. Great product to correct in-wall accidetal wire cuts. This product definetively serves it purpose. I accidentally cut an romex wire in a pretty bad spot. I did not want a box showing and had very little slack on the wire. Apparently you don't need an electrical box and you can burry this union in the wall. I don't kwow the code, so I'm taking the producs description by heart. The only slight negative, is that it is a little hard to install if room is limited. In my case, I installed through a 4x5" hole on the wall. Cutting a larger hole would have made it much easier.....so not really a negative. HD has thsi product for a better price than Amazon.
Date published: 2012-12-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well to add slack in a remodel job I used one of these to add about 1.5 feet of romex when I needed to add a box in the attic. I would suggest you that after you put one side of the wire in the adapter, you align and mark "B" for black on the other because the two pieces are inverted when you put it together, so take a minute to make sure you have the black to black, etc. It is a bit cumbersome to work with, the reason for 4 stars.
Date published: 2015-02-08
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