Looks like a good choice if your not going to solder those wires.

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(Jimmy Edwards) #1

Looks like a good choice if your not going to solder those wires.

Originally shared by Jimmy Edwards

Looks like a good choice if your not going to solder those wires.
http://global.wago.com/en/solutions/building-automation/building-installation/branch-boxes/classic-splicing-connectors-all-wire-types/index-2.jsp

(Justin Garski) #2

I used to work for Wago and loved these things. Reusable, easy to work with. Truly a fantastic product. (I still have some samples in my basement I never gave back)

(Erich HaHaOh) #3

Great design for fixing:

(Jimmy Edwards) #4

@Erich_HaHaOh That print would make an awesome terminal block for power and ground connections! !

(Erich HaHaOh) #5

@Jimmy_Edwards I even use it as a bread-board for my copied “RE-EMF Charger”

(Chris Burger) #6

Love these. I have a whole bunch of 3 and 5 terminal versions, why don’t I use them more?

(René Jurack) #7

I prefer “WAGO 221”, imho the better ones…

(Jerry Rodberg) #8

@Erich_HaHaOh I’d look at the official setup, they have a few more options that may be borrowed: http://www.wago.com/222/en/applications/

I’ve used them in everything from halloween decor to encoder testers to small motor tests. I really can’t beat them, especially since I found them carried in-store by one of my local home improvement chains.