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Large Waterproof Wire Connectors, Aqua/Blue (20-Pack)

$21.00
  • Provides high tolerance up to the load of 600 volts
  • Dielectric silicone sealant is corrosion-resistant
  • UL and CSA listed ensures its safety
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About This Product

Waterproof your outdoor splices with the DryConn Large, Aqua/Blue wire connector. This quality 1-step connector is filled with a dielectric silicone sealant that surrounds splices, making it water and corrosion resistant. This is an ideal choice for outdoor electrical connections exposed to condensation, water vapors or dust. The DryConn Aqua/Blue meets the conditions set by the most recent NEC Code Book, requiring a UL 486G listed connector to be used for all splices in wet and damp locations.

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Product Information

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Model # 62324

Store SKU # 554594

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Specifications

Dimensions

Connector Depth (in.)

1.64

Connector Height (in.)

.82

Connector Width (in.)

.63

Details

Color Family

Blue

Maximum Wire Gauge

8

Minimum Wire Gauge

18

Package Quantity

20

Returnable

90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings

UL Listed

Manufacturer Warranty

King Innovation products are guaranteed against faulty materials or workmanship for a period of one year from date of purchase. Contact factory for full warranty information.

Questions & Answers

8Questions
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Q:Can I squeez 2 #6 conductors in this wire nut?
by|Sep 12, 2023
2 Answers
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A:  Yes, these connectors will accept a maximum of two #6 wires.

by|Apr 7, 2024

    A:  Specifications state Maximum wire size to be #8AWG. Why is someone from Gardner Bender saying otherwise?

    by|Apr 7, 2024
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      Q:How do you remove them and is it easy?
      by|Jul 25, 2023
      1 Answer
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      A:  Hi Jacob, These connectors can be removed the same way as a standard wire connector, by turning them counter-clockwise. The only thing to note is that these are filled with a silicone sealant that may be messy when removing the connector. I hope this helps!

      by|Jul 26, 2023
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        Q:I need to extend a 110v line running about 2 feet and bury it about 1 foot. It will be inside non-moisture proof conduit. Ok to use?
        by|Mar 5, 2022
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        A:  No as it is against the NEC National electric code to put wire nuts in a conduit

        by|Aug 24, 2023

          A:  We use these to keep condensation off of electrical wire connections in an outdoor lamp post.   We also use them with our outdoor Christmas nativity set.  I would not recommend using them in a buried, non-moisture proof conduit.  Try heat shrink wrapped wire connectors, which can be submerged in water (like those used with water well pumps).

          by|Aug 25, 2023
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            Q:For 12/2 using on landscape lighting should i use the medium or the large size?
            by|Jul 16, 2018
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            A:  Either one would work, I imagine. I used the large to bundle 3 wires together at each fixture (where the mediums would have worked just fine) plus the directional/zone "splits" in the cable runs. Bought the large just so I wouldn't need to buy 2 sizes.

            by|Mar 31, 2020

            A:  You will be fine with medium

            by|Dec 10, 2019

              A:  I purchased the Large package --- on the back of the package, it reads that 3 to 5 #12 wires can be inserted. I checked out King Innovation website the manufacturer site for DryConn connectors, and the Medium connectors are listed for 1 to 3 #12 wires.

              by|Feb 5, 2021
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              A:  Hi MindyHB- If you are connecting more than 2 #12 wires, the Large Aqua Blue DryConn Waterproof Wire Connector should be used. If you are connecting 2 #12 with 1 #18, you should select the Medium Aqua Red connector, which can be found at The Home Depot here: https://www.homedepot.com/p/DryConn-Medium-Waterproof-Wire-Connectors-Aqua-Red-20-Pack-62214/202889876 For a full list of wire combinations, you can go to our website http://www.kinginnovation.com/pics/db/docs/37-wirecombinationsaquaseriesrevb.pdf Or feel free to contact us with questions at 800-633-0232

              by|May 12, 2019
                1 found this answer helpful

                A:  I use medium for three wires and large for four wires.

                by|Apr 16, 2019
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                this isn't rocket science but when I tidied up a loose splice, the whole outdoor lighting system went dark. I even called an electrician who fortunately didn't show.I found a reset on the transformer but these connectors are going in the trash.
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