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|Wire Gauge 20-18|
|SIDE ONE color stripe/AWG||RED/1@20-18|
|SIDE TWO color stripe/AWG||BLUE/2@20-18|
|Insulation Color||Clear/Red dashes|
|Wire Gauge 16-14|
|SIDE ONE color stripe/AWG||BLUE/1@16-14|
|SIDE TWO color stripe/AWG||YELLOW/2@20-18|
|Insulation Color||Clear/Blue dashes|
|Wire Gauge 12-10|
|SIDE ONE color stripe/AWG||YELLOW/1@12-10|
|SIDE TWO color stripe/AWG||RED/2@20-18|
|Insulation Color||Clear/Yellow dashes|
Sometimes in an electrical system you will need to connect one wire to multiple wires. You may also need to connect two different gauge wires together. It is situations like this where you would use step down butt splices with clear heat shrink.
Step down butt connectors join two wires to one. The colored dash on the tubing indicates the wire AWG for the connector. Red means that side of the splice accepts 20-18 AWG wire. A blue band indicates 16-14 AWG. A yellow band means that the splice will accept 12-10 AWG wire. The heat shrink terminals provide a durable, environmentally sealed connection for wires between 20 AWG - 10 AWG. The clear heat shrink makes it easy to identify problematic areas. This could include exposed conductors or damaged insulation due to stress.
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