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

  • For use with solid or stranded wire combinations
  • Ergonomic design for easy grip and comfortable installation
  • Low insertion force for fast and easy connections
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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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Specifications

Dimensions

Connector Depth (in.)
.38
Connector Height (in.)
.77
Connector Width (in.)
.52

Details

Color Family
Red
Electrical Product Type
Wire Connector
Maximum Wire Capacity
Max. 2 #12
Minimum Wire Capacity
Min. 2 #20
Package Quantity
100

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
See www.idealind.com or call Customer Assistance for warranty details.

Questions & Answers

21Questions43Answers

Are these waterproof? Or can I make them waterproof by spraying grease?

Asked by Homer July 30, 2020
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Answers

The are not waterproof. They have a snap in red piece so you would have to encase the whole thing.

I need to extend "open" wires in the attic space, can they be used for that ? Also should I encl...

Asked by Tom April 23, 2020
5
Answers

You can use them and I would enclose them in a box and even better would be to use romex wire if you can.

can this be used to connect aluminum and cooper wires?

Asked by jo July 22, 2019
5
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NO, NO NO... see the manufacturers instruction sheet front page below (on home depot's website; and never rely on social media comments!): "DO NOT RE-USE connector on stranded wire. COPPER TO COPPER ONLY: Do Not Use on Aluminum wire.Temperature Rating: 105°C (221°F) maximum. 600 volts maximum building wire. 1000 volts in signs and lighting fixtures.For use on insulation types TFN, TFFN, THHN, XHHW, T90 nylon or equivalent." Many houses built between 1965 and 1973 were wired with aluminum instead of copper. The wiring itself isn't a problem; aluminum conducts electricity safely. The trouble is at the connections. Aluminum wiring should not be used to connect to a device or twisted cluster unless following electrical code, period, especially to a device connection (outlet, switch, fan, etc.). Aluminum wire has a problem with expansion/contraction coefficient very different from copper that allows it to become loose and then arc when using standard electrical twist connectors... causing potential fire. Combining aluminum wire with copper wire can also create galvanic action that can lead to arcing. Exposure to oxygen in the air causes deterioration to the outer surface of the wire. This process is called oxidation. Aluminum wire is more easily oxidized than copper wire, and the compound formed by this process – aluminum oxide – is less conductive than copper oxide. As time passes, oxidation can deteriorate connections and present a fire hazard. if aluminum wire exists you should use very specific connectors such as Alumiconn that have twist locks filled with an antioxidative "grease" or they have a port connector with screw down locks that require specific pressure to lock the wire in place, again Alumiconn seems to own that market as far as I know... but there may be others. Some electricians use an anti-oxidant "goop" to coat aluminum wires prior to securing or twisting... I do not believe this is adequate for device connections or multiple wire twisted together because without the approved aluminum wire connector the wire expansion can still occur and then cause arcing. Do not play around with this... it can lead to fatal results. if existing aluminum wiring is present you can use the Alumicon connectors to connect the Aluminum wire to the little screw type lock-down block, then connect a copper pig tail from the other lock-down screw on the block. the copper pig tail then connects to your device. if you have a group of wires twisted, your only choice is most likely the Alumiconn twist connectors... sold by home depot... yes they are expensive, and check to see that your store carries them. Electrician also use expensive tools that can "crimp" a cluster of wire but it requires special tools and crimp rings. See the pic below from when I was remodeling my 1973 home. this failing connection was in the back of a double box that had branched aluminum circuits going to other outlets/light fixtures, the front box only held the switch to the dining room light. when opened up I found the very dangerous incorrect twist lock someone had used in the past which had led to arcing and melting the twist lock. I only found it because the dining light was flickering on and off and during remodeling I removed that wall that held that box. It had already started fire condition. I also changed all outlets/switches in the bedrooms to be copper pigtails (found two bedroom outlets that had been seriously burned in past history... good thing they were metal boxes! What to do? Since so much of the 15 amp circuits made replacing all the wiring with copper cost prohibitive, I replaced all Aluminum circuit breakers in the main panel with "ARC-FAULT" breakers ... yes, they cost more... they trip if any arcing along the circuit path occurs. I then replaced all device connections with alumiconn/copper pigtail combos. I also traced as best I could any branching of aluminum circuits to find twist connections that needed the undated twist locks. If you live in an older home with aluminum wiring you should do complete remediation to address the aluminum wire connections (or hire a professional electrician in your area)... homes burn down each year do to aluminum arcing problem and it is why most local electrical codes do not allow aluminum wiring in homes any longer... (O.K. for large distribution or main buss feeders... when using connections designed for aluminum). You do not need to remove all aluminum wiring... only inspect and update the connections!!!

Electrical Tape

Asked by glb11 November 9, 2018
5
Answers

No tape needed providing you only strip off the proper amount of insulation so that the bare conductor is in the fitting.

Can I use it with a 12/2 x 250 ft. Solid CU MC (Metal Clad) Armorlite Cable?

Asked by Melzar78 October 29, 2018
4
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Yes if you strip the metal covering back and put in a junction box

Hi... Are these connectors approved by NEC??? Thanks

Asked by MELZAR78 October 20, 2018
4
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Yes

Can you use two different wires gauges? For example a 12 AWG and a 14 AWG?

Asked by bp4191 June 29, 2018
5
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Yes.

Can this be used with 18 AWG wire seen on the florescent ballasts?

Asked by bp4191 June 29, 2018
3
Answers

Yes

Can these be used for auto interior wiring applications?

Asked by Volt May 8, 2018
3
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No, they are designed for solid wire and not strand wire.

Can these be used on 12 gauge speaker wire

Asked by vonb April 3, 2018
4
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No, these are designed for solid wire and not strand wire.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 112 reviews
  • 85% recommend this product
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A clean and easy solution to connecting wires.Less hassle than the twist variant.
A clean and easy solution to connecting wires.Less hassle than the twist variant.
by MikeST
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Great for thinner 18 ga wires that sometimes snap off with twist type wire nuts.
Great for thinner 18 ga wires that sometimes snap off with twist type wire nuts.
by HomeDepotCustomer
These worked way better then wire nuts and were very...
These worked way better then wire nuts and were very easy to use.
by Richard
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Response from Ron KipperMar 18, 2021
Hello if you need help please let me know Ron at ron.kipper@idealindustries.com
Far superior to wire nuts!
Far superior to wire nuts!
by 97Chief
While these are most likely designed for Romex wire, I...
While these are most likely designed for Romex wire, I used them to write in new light fixtures in my garage and they mated Romex and regular twisted wire together and they still locked the more flexible wire in securely. 12/10 recommend.
by Unklfungus
A modern style wire nut but easier to use. They stay tight and don't fall off.
A modern style wire nut but easier to use. They stay tight and don't fall off.
by Gittypops
Did not work for stranded wire....
Did not work for stranded wire.
by Sf
Response from Ron KipperMar 8, 2021
Sf again try slightly twisting the stranded wire while you insert it and again it has to be 19 strands or less Ron at ron.kipper@idealindustries.com
Easy longer pigtail. Less stress on old wiring....
Easy longer pigtail. Less stress on old wiring.
by Baldguy
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