What's special about these connectors?
- Quick, simple, low insertion installation for efficient, time saving connections - just strip and push conductors into PushGard™
- They restrict wire fallout or pullout, but are versatile enough to allow for corrections by simply twisting and lightly pulling
- Rated at 600V max in building wire, and 1000V max in lighting fixtures
- Continuity test point for easy voltage checks
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These wire connectors not only come in four different vibrant colors, but also in four port configurations so that you have exactly what you need for the job specifications. These connectors utilize Gardner Bender’s own PushGard™ technology to ensure security and convenience each time you use one. The transparent housing provides visual confirmation of the connection so that you know the job has been done properly.
|PART #||NUMBER OF PORTS||COLOR||PACK QUANTITY||WEIGHT||PRICE / PACK|
|GB-19-PC2||2 Ports||Red||10||0.6 lb|
|GB-19-PC3||3 Ports||Orange||10||0.7 lb|
|GB-19-PC4||4 Ports||Yellow||10||0.7 lb|
|GB-19-PC8||8 Ports||Black||10||1.8 lb|
- Twist-free connections make these ideal when there are space limitations and you need to just press and go
- Can be used with a wide range of solid wire combinations ranging from 22 to 12 AWG
- The springs are made from stainless steel, which makes them secure as well as corrosion resistant for long-term use
- Housings are made from transparent polycarbonate material which allows you to see the work you have done
- Color-coded side panels assure you have the proper connector for the job
- Available in 2-,3-,4 and 8-port configurations for specific job needs
- Can only be used with copper-to-copper connections
- UL and CSA rated
|Maximum Voltage||600V building wire and 1,000V lighting fixtures|
|Port Configurations||2, 3, 4, 8|
|Maximum Wire Size||12 AWG|
|Minimum Wire Size||24 AWG|
|Shell Rated||up to 105° F|
|Dimension Drawing for PushGard™ Wire Connectors - Click to Enlarge|
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