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Low-Voltage Black Cable Splice Connector

  • Connects two landscape cables to one line
  • Eliminates the need for additional power packs
  • Water resistant and made of durable plastic
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.59
Product Height (in.)
1.26
Product Length (in.)
1.69
Product Width (in.)
1.59

Details

Commercial/Residential
Residential
Exterior Lighting Accessory Type
Cable Connectors
Fixture Color/Finish
Black
Light Bulb Type Included
No Bulbs Included
Outdoor Lighting Features
Weather Resistant
Pack Size
1
Product Weight (lb.)
0.06
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Three (3) Years Limited Warranty

Product Overview

Hampton Bay's Low-Voltage Cable Splice Connector is ideal for connecting long runs of two cables to one line. This handy connector saves money and eliminates the need to install more power packs. A perfect accessory for your outdoor lighting, it comes in neutral black and is built to last.

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Questions & Answers

11Questions67Answers

Have the 900 Watt Hampton Bay transformer, will these work?

Asked by TJ May 8, 2020
4
Answers

Yes, this works with the wire that is connected to the transformer. It will work with any gauge of low voltage wire.

I am going to use one of these to repair a low voltage cable that was cut by my lawn guy. My que...

Asked by Clueless May 23, 2019
10
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Clueless, so long as you remove power to the system there’s.no reason to unplug the individual lights.

do i need these connectors to hook 7 lights in series? i am putting them on the front of my house...

Asked by Bill October 17, 2018
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These connectors don't hook up in series. Series means the power goes through one and then on the next and so forth. If one light goes out, they all go out - like Christmas tree lights. These are hooked up in parallel. Parallel means they connect independently across the two wires. You can hook up as many in parallel as the total power required for the bulbs as the power transformer can deliver. Let's say the wattage of the 7 lights are 20 watts each. 7 times 20 watts equals 140 watts. That means the power transformer should be able to deliver AT LEAST 175 to 200 watts. You don't want to operate the transformer at it's max power continuously.

Would I be able to connect 3 wires? I want to splice off my main line and add another light in a...

Asked by Jerseylinda August 11, 2018
5
Answers

This part splices two wires. Think of this as a train track. You can certainly use to splice off a branch line of two wires.

Hello, I am interested in a large amount of purchase to my store, if you can return to me by emai...

Asked by smadar August 1, 2018
3
Answers

Horrible product. Caused a great deal of re-work.

Why won't the screw tighten up after I put the wires in the device? Actually, the review by Jane...

Asked by LadyAg May 26, 2018
10
Answers

It's a terrible design. My experience is that they lose their connection after a while. Go to Lowe's. The connectors they have are very easy to use and always connect.

I cannot tell how it works is there a description?

Asked by Vince April 15, 2018
10
Answers

You unscrew the knob and place one low voltage cable in one side of the connector and the other cable to join, in the other side. Make sure that the cable is in the slot vertically. The low voltage cable is made up of two conductors, the cable splice connector pins have to pierce each conductor (one on the bottom and one on the top). Tighten the knob. If the light fixture connected to the spliced cable does not light, unscrew the knob and reposition the cables and retighten the knob.

Does this allow for different gauge wires to be spliced together. (i.e. 14g spliced into 12g ?)

Asked by TB May 29, 2017
5
Answers

Yes

Can this be used to a a T connector

Asked by MarvinG May 23, 2016
5
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yes i did use it that way

How many can I use max whitin the same main line?

Asked by Cuy May 5, 2016
5
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You can use as many as you need to splice wires together. It's the total wattage of the light bulbs you may use on the same wiring with respect to the converter you have on your output. if the converter has a maximum of 200 watts then all light bulbs' total sum of wattage should be equal or less than 200 watts.

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.7
    out of 219 reviews
  • 68% recommend this product
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The light kit with the transformer was easy to install, but needed an additional light. This work...
The light kit with the transformer was easy to install, but needed an additional light. This worked very well
by SueH
In an all new wire installation the splice failed within 24 hours. The plastic broke under the h...
In an all new wire installation the splice failed within 24 hours. The plastic broke under the hand tightened pressure. It can't be repaired.
by UCharlie
Did the job. Seems overpriced
Did the job. Seems overpriced
by Hankster
Hampton Bay took a step backwards with their new Splice Connector design. The wire slots are too ...
Hampton Bay took a step backwards with their new Splice Connector design. The wire slots are too wide, making it difficult to keep the wire vertical enough for the brass spikes to puncture it correctly. Secondly, the internal nut is so loose the it can flip on its edge, thus keeping the screw from lining up with the hole and tightening. If you're lucky enough to realize this, you will need to take the silver tape off the bottom to access and reorient the nut. You'll also need to push the nut upwards from the bottom to meet the screw's threads, because the screw is too short to reach the nut, once you have inserted the wires in the slots. Thirdly, be careful to not overtighten the large black thumb nut, for it will push the wire against the bottom of the splice connector with such force that it will crack, rendering the connector useless (see photo).
by Paul
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Just what I needed to connect to the original wires....
Just what I needed to connect to the original wires.
by Boarman
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It was easy to install and got the job done!!...
It was easy to install and got the job done!!
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Product works well and easy to use. It is a bit big for what it designed for but can't complain. ...
Product works well and easy to use. It is a bit big for what it designed for but can't complain. Wish it was sealed a bit better on the ends. It works great though.
by Jbw
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