Thomas & Betts

Electrical connectors are devices used to join electrical terminations and complete a working circuit. Connectors work in pairs: plugs (male) and jacks (female). Hundreds of connector types exist for power, signal and control applications.

A wide variety of characteristics help determine the use case for a connector. Different connectors have different pinouts, contact resistance, insulation, sizes, ruggedness, resistance to external hazards, and more. Different physical construction styles exist to easily differentiate one type of connector from another. Connector pairs share most if not all characteristics, and can’t work with a plug or jack of another type.

Common connectors include cam-style, circular, coaxial, pin and sleeve, rectangular, straight blade, and mechanical for splice and reducing. Many include twist locks and are keyed to prevent disconnection and ensure the correct plug joins with the correct receptacle.

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  • Both Single- And Double-Conductor and Short- and Long-Stud Versions Available
  • Nuts Cold-Formed From High-Strength, Corrosion-Resistant Copper Alloy
  • Bolts and Nuts of Traditional Blackburn Hex Design for Easy Installation
  • Bolts Machined From High-Conductivity Bronze Alloy
  • For Copper-To-Copper Connections
  • UL486A and UL467 Listed
Service Post Connectors are designed for grounding one or two cables to steel structure or transformer.
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  • All Splices are Color Coded and Marked With Strip Lengths, Installation Die Codes and Compression Locations, Providing Easy Identification for Easy Installation
  • Standards Compliant. Meets Ansi C119.4 Requirements
  • Prefilled With Oxide Inhibitor To Prevent Oxidation
  • Constructed From Aluminum for High Conductivity
  • Color-Coded and Marked for Easy Identification
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