Wago’s compact splicing connector connects many wire sizes, types

Germantown, WI—Wago Corp. has launches a new compact splicing connector, 222 Series, that is designed as a cost-effective, more flexible alternative to traditional twist or crimp style connectors.

12/23/2003


Germantown, WI— Wago Corp. has launches a new compact splicing connector, 222 Series, that is designed as a cost-effective, more flexible alternative to traditional twist or crimp style connectors. The three-connector 222 Series is UL listed in Canada and the U.S.A for 600 V/20 A, and can terminate wire sizes from 28 AWG to 12 AWG in solid and stranded forms.

'The 222 Series offers users the flexibility to terminate and re-terminate a broad range of wire sizes and types,' says Jim Bachle, Wago’s electrical product manager. 'There is not another splicing connector currently available in the marketplace that can offer this broad range of wire sizes and types in one connector.'

222 Series uses Wago’s patented Cage Clamp spring pressure connection technology, which provides a reliable, vibration-proof, corrosion/temperature cycling resistant, and maintenance-free wire connection. The integrated orange lever actuator allows for tool-less, fast, easy wiring, as well as ensuring a proper connection regardless of operator skill level. Also, an integrated test point offers convenient testing or troubleshooting of its circuit.

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jim Montague, news editor
jmontague@reedbusiness.com





No comments
The Engineers' Choice Awards highlight some of the best new control, instrumentation and automation products as chosen by...
The System Integrator Giants program lists the top 100 system integrators among companies listed in CFE Media's Global System Integrator Database.
The Engineering Leaders Under 40 program identifies and gives recognition to young engineers who...
This eGuide illustrates solutions, applications and benefits of machine vision systems.
Learn how to increase device reliability in harsh environments and decrease unplanned system downtime.
This eGuide contains a series of articles and videos that considers theoretical and practical; immediate needs and a look into the future.
Sensor-to-cloud interoperability; PID and digital control efficiency; Alarm management system design; Automotive industry advances
Make Big Data and Industrial Internet of Things work for you, 2017 Engineers' Choice Finalists, Avoid control design pitfalls, Managing IIoT processes
Engineering Leaders Under 40; System integration improving packaging operation; Process sensing; PID velocity; Cybersecurity and functional safety
This article collection contains several articles on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and how it is transforming manufacturing.

Find and connect with the most suitable service provider for your unique application. Start searching the Global System Integrator Database Now!

SCADA at the junction, Managing risk through maintenance, Moving at the speed of data
Flexible offshore fire protection; Big Data's impact on operations; Bridging the skills gap; Identifying security risks
The digital oilfield: Utilizing Big Data can yield big savings; Virtualization a real solution; Tracking SIS performance
click me