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(10) Solder Seal Waterproof Heat Shrink Butt Connectors, 18-22AWG

Solder Con 10 Pack Design
Solder Con 10 Pack Design

SKU: OA-AM-HS-22-10

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Description

Our waterproof heat shrink butt connectors are an extremely handy product when it comes to joining two 18-22AWG wires together with a watertight seal. No need to solder wires or use bulky connectors that may eventually shake loose. These connectors are easy to use and create a permanent conductor between your two wires. No need to crimp, just use a heat gun. The dual wall polyolefin heat shrink needs a temperature of at least 176°F and has a 2:1 shrink ratio. The solder ring which provides the conductivity starts to melt at 280°F. These connectors can be used both indoors and outdoors and thanks to the red hot melt adhesive they provide a water tight seal. They are ideal for any indoor or outdoor wiring project including landscaping, cars, boats, RV's and daily home wiring. Purchase our black heat shrink strips to provide a clean and professional look when using insulated wire, see our product video for instruction of use.

Specifications

SPECIFICATIONS
ModelSolder Seal Heat Shrink Butt Connectors
SKUOA-AM-HS-22-10
Dimensions1.57"L x 0.10"⌀
Wire Gauge18-22AWG
Shrink Ratio2:1
Shrink Temperature176°F
Solder Melting Point280°F
RatingIP65

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great for repair


used these solder seal waterproof heat shrink butt connectors to repair 48 outdoor wire connectiongs. works great with a hot air gun.

May 4, 2021 | Thomas Sterner


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