30-341

IDEAL

IDEAL® Twister® 30-341 Flame-Retardant Twist-On Wire Connector, Swept Wing and Ribbed Shell, 22 - 8 AWG

30-341

IDEAL

IDEAL® Twister® 30-341 Flame-Retardant Twist-On Wire Connector, Swept Wing and Ribbed Shell, 22 - 8 AWG

  • NCE Part No: 66799
  • MPN: 30-341
  • UPC: 78325030341

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DESCRIPTION

Twister® Wire Connectors have earned a solid reputation as the most technically advanced wire connector available. These superior wire connectors are designed from top to bottom with features to provide more comfort and less fatigue to professional electricians. With swept wings and an expanding, live-action spring, the Twister® supports a wide range of common wiring configurations with comfort and ease, even on the toughest combinations like solid-to-stranded. The copolymer shell expands for smooth, progressive tightening ensuring dependable connections.

IDEAL® Twister® Twist-On Wire Connector, Flame-Retardant, Series: 341, Swept Wing and Ribbed Shell, Live-Action/Square Wire Spring, Aluminum/Copper Wire, 22 - 8 AWG Wire, 600 V, 1/2 in Wire Strip, 105 deg C, Thermoplastic Polyester Shell and Steel Spring, Tan, Zinc Plated, 1.14 in H x 0.72 in W x 0.54 in Dia

SPECIFICATIONS

Sub Brand      :      Twister´┐Ż
Number of Conductors      :      1 to 6
special features      :      Features: Exceptional Wire-Range Capacity Three Models Handle Wire Combinations From As Small As 22 AWG To As Large As 6 AWG; Ribbed Cap Provides A Secure Grip And Fast Fingertip Starts; Swept Wings Offer Extra Leverage And Less Effort For Large Wire Combinations; Hexagonal Shape Accommodates Standard Nutdriver For Tool Installation; Live-Action, Square-Wire Spring Locks Onto Wire For Safe, Secure Connections; Deep Skirt Helps Protect Against Flash-Over And Turned-Back Strands For Maximum Dielectric Protection; Tough, UL 94V-2 Flame-Retardant Shell Rated At 105 DEG C (221 DEG F); UL Listed To 486C And CSA Certified To C22.2 #188; Comply With Federal Specification W-S-610E; 1,000V Maximum In Fixtures And Signs; Model Number: 341
Application      :      Insulating or Joining 1 or more conductors
Standard      :      CSA C22.2 #188, UL 486C Listed, RoHS
Material      :      Thermoplastic Polyester Shell and Steel Spring
Finish      :      Zinc Plated
Color      :      Tan
Temperature Rating      :      105 deg C
Environmental Conditions      :      Tough, UL 94V-2 Flame-Retardant Shell Rated At 105 DEG C (221 DEG F)
Brand Name      :      Ideal
Wire Type      :      Aluminum/Copper
Conductor Range      :      22 - 8 AWG, 3/22 AWG Min, 3/10 AWG MAX
Voltage Rating      :      600 V
Type      :      Flame-Retardant

FEATURES

  • Swept wings offer more comfort, extra leverage and less effort for large wire combinations
  • Expanding square-wire spring supports a wide range of common wiring configurations
  • Durable copolymer shell expands for smooth, progressive tightening that provides dependable connections
  • Hexagonal top with ribbed cap allows for quick fingertip start as well as use of standard 5/16 in. nutdriver for fast installation
  • Quick take-up on even the toughest combinations, including solid-to-stranded
  • Live-action, square-wire spring locks onto wire for safe, secure connections
  • Ribbed cap provides a secure grip and fast fingertip starts
  • 1000 V maximum in fixtures and signs
  • Deep skirt helps protect against flash-over and turned-back strands for maximum dielectric protection
  • Exceptional wire-range capacity
  • 1 - 6 conductors, (3) 22 AWG - (3) 10 AWG wire combinations
  • 100/Box

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