How to use Wire Connector correctly?

Wire connectors are a very important category in connectors, mainly used to connect wires. Our life is inseparable from electricity, and the transmission of electricity is inseparable from wire connectors.

How to use the wire connector:

The method of using the wire connector is very simple. We strip off the insulation layer of about 10mm from the wire according to the calibrated length, then lift up the operating lever, put the wire into the connector and release the operating lever. Compared with the method of connecting with electrical tape, connecting wires with connectors is safer and more reliable, and the operation is simpler and more convenient. It has the advantages of flame retardancy, pressure resistance, insulation, simple operation, firm connection, direct current transmission between wires, strong versatility, and long service life.

When carrying out indoor circuit transformation, the wires usually go through the floor and the wall; however, when we are wiring the kitchen and bathroom, the circuit is best to go through the wall and the ceiling. The ceilings of bathrooms and kitchens cannot be slotted. We install the lines on the ceilings and cover them with suspended ceilings. We should pay attention when slotting the circuit, you can't slot on the load-bearing wall; when slotting on the wall, you should slot vertically. If it is necessary to make a vertical groove on the wall, the length of the horizontal groove should not exceed 30cm.

When carrying out circuit modification, there must be no joints in the wire tube. If wire connections are required, they can be made in the junction box. Strong electricity and weak electricity are different from passing through the same wire tube. They should be wired separately and kept at a distance of 500mm, so as to avoid electromagnetic interference caused by strong electricity to weak electricity. When making circuit layout, we also need to consider the use of household electrical appliances, and appropriately increase the line capacity; and reserve some switch sockets to avoid insufficient sockets for future electrical appliances.