Twist-less, tape-less wire connections

An AWG #10 push-wire connector is the latest addition to the Wall-Nuts product line from Wago. Series 773-173 Wall-Nuts connector is designed as an alternative to traditional twist-wire connectors. No twisting and taping are required. The technician strips the wire and inserts the conductor. A transparent housing allows visual confirmation of the connection.

01/01/2006


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An AWG #10 push-wire connector is the latest addition to the Wall-Nuts product line from Wago. Series 773-173 Wall-Nuts connector is designed as an alternative to traditional twist-wire connectors.



No twisting and taping are required. The technician strips the wire and inserts the conductor. A transparent housing allows visual confirmation of the connection. Each connector is touch proof, rated to 105 °C, and features a port for testing without re-insertion.

Different wire types—solid and stranded—and sizes can be terminated in the same connector. Wall-Nuts are available in 2-, 3-, 4-, 6-, and 8-point connectors and can handle wire sizes of: AWG 10-18 solid-copper; and 10-16 stranded- or tinned-copper.

www.wago.us/products/150.htm

  • Reduce wiring time up to 50%

  • Clear housing for visual inspection

  • Built-in troubleshooting test point

  • OSHA recommended—reducing discomfort, possible injury





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