Wire connectors join wires to equipment, connect two sections of wire, and allow wires to be disconnected quickly. Butt splice connectors create a straight splice. C-tap compression connectors are used for electrical pigtailing and two-way splicing. Fork terminals can be quickly connected and removed from screw-type connections. Lug compression connectors slide onto the ends of wires to connect the wires to circuits. Motor lead disconnects allow electric motors to be changed out without bolting or taping wires. Pin terminals connect wires to terminal blocks. Ring terminals securely connect wires to equipment using a bolt or screw that passes through the ring. Split bolt connectors have a bolt and a nut that creates a strong connection when joining the ends of two sections of copper wire. Two-way compression connectors insulate wire splices while maintaining high connectivity. Wire disconnects allow wires to be quickly disconnected from equipment.
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