- Sep 27, 2007
- Audi A4, 1994 E320 Coupe, 1995 E300 estate
not wago's though just a similiar looking connector. I think wago now actually might produce something similiar, and they now do a click together linkable single connector so you can have as many side by side connectors as you wantJust one for the generally interested in the forum. Check these out.
Very space efficient and quick
single poleIf you getting wagos spend the extra 20p and get the demountable ones, just incase you get the wrong live
FWIW, standard round junction boxes with an adequate amps rating are what I Have used in the past. I have a thing about flexible plastics as I keep imagining them catching fire.
I beg to differ, my terminals have never come loose, and “heat cycles in the wires”?he standard round junction boxes are not as good - the terminals do loosen over time (due to heat cycles in the wires).
the standard round junction boxes are not as good - the terminals do loosen over time (due to heat cycles in the wires).
wagos have a positive tension built in and are rated (within certain enclosures) as maintenance free in BS7671.
Round junctions are not…..
(NAPIT registered sparkie )
Never trust an expertI beg to differ, my terminals have never come loose, and “heat cycles in the wires”?
We are talking a lighting circuit here with a 20a connector box.
How many heat cycles will you get with 1.00 mm cable and a low 5a circuit ?
Also time served electrician.