(for the splicing of individual wires in the cable)
A connector is a coupling device that provides an electrical and mechanical connection in a system. Connectors usually consist of a plastic housing and metal conductors. Some connectors also have an outer metal shell. When two halves of a connector are coupled, they bridge the gap in an electrical circuit.
We make available a wide range of connectors to serve different requests and needs. The connectors are filled with high viscosity sealing compound that ensures protection of the connections, excellent insulation resistance, and good electrical performance, even in extreme environmental conditions. Unfilled connectors are also available for internal plant applications. All connectors are crimped, using standard parallel action crimping pliers.
Variety of types ensuring different wire gauges jointing capability
Ability to connect wires with different outer diameters
Availability of integral test port for service verification
Factory-inserted sealant to insulate the connections, protect against corrosion,
and seal out moisture (Unfilled, dry', connectors are also available)
Feature tin-plated copper alloy contacts and polypropylene bodies (to ensure reliable
connections in copper and aluminum telecommunications cable networks)
Possibility of use with PE- or PVC-insulated wires
Use of insulation displacement technology (IDC) to make connections quick and easy.
Crimped through use of standard parallel action crimping pliers Our global partner Corning's Cabelcon high quality Splice Connectors and Splice Reducers are developed for digital multimedia applications and designed in accordance with all requirements in standard EN 50083.
Splice reducers are used for the combination of different sizes of cables. Typical applications are conversions from large sized ground cables to small sized flexible cables for entrance into street cabinets. Other applications are repair of damaged cables by insertion of a new piece of cable with another dimension.