Snap-Locking Waterproof Connectors with Pre-Filled Silicone
Blazing Wire Connectors LV 9500 are the low-voltage wire connectors designed for the professional irrigation and landscape lighting contractor. Unlike twist-on connectors, you never have to doubt the connection.
Locks Tight with Double O-Ring Seals
Just squeeze and lock to hydraulically pump and pack waterproofing silicone. Pre-filled silicone fully encapsulates all bare wires, closing all entryways against moisture and corrosion. A double O-ring seal bars water from creeping in, and latches lock the connector around the wires. Blazing Wire ConnectorsÂ® are vibration-proof and never dangle off the wires.
Superior Performance When it Counts
- Lawn Irrigation Systems
- Low-Voltage Landscape Lighting
- Security Systems
- Telephone Wire Splices
- Boats, Recreational Vehicles
- Heavy Construction Equipment
Snap-Locking Connectors Eliminate Common Install Problems
- Locking - Never loosens or dangles off wires
- Foolproof - Never fails to grab the wires
- Easy - Compact 5-second installation
- No Mess - Silicone encapsulates connection and will not melt out
- No Tunneling Effect - No channel for moisture to follow into the connection
- Vibration Proof - Connection stays secure
Say Goodbye to Traditional Connector Problems
Are you familiar with the traditional problems of "waterproof" low-voltage wiring?
- When you go back to a valve box, do you find connectors dangling off the ends of the wires?
- When installing, do you twist and twist and the twist-on connectors still don't grab the wires?
- Do you regularly have to pull out the wires, removing the silicone with them?
- Do you overtwist and the wires break off inside?
- Do you have to turn your connector upside down so it doesn't collect water?
- Is it too messy if you ever have to get back into the connection?
I recommend that do-it-yourselfers purchase at least one extra for practice, and a few extra in case of damage or mistakes.
One of the connectors' inner part's side clips broke off during insertion. And I made one or two wiring mistakes that I quickly corrected during my massive landscape lighting project.
over 2 years ago
How do you use this?
Do you strip the wires, twist, and then insert into the connector ?