Wago Connectors Cable Basic Installation Box 75 Various in carry case
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Wago Basic Installation Box With 75 Assorted Wago Connectors in a Plastic Carry Case
A small but comprehensive kit for lighter use of the Wago connectors.
222-412 x 10
222-413 x 10
222-415 x 5
773-102 x 10
773-104 x 10
773-106 x 5
773-108 x 5
224-101 x 10
224-112 x 10
Solid, stranded and flexible conductors from 0.08 – 2.5mm²
(4mm² fine stranded) cross sections can now be connected using the 222
773 Series Push-wire Connectors for Junction Boxes
773 Series connectors are suitable for solid and 7-stranded conductors
for use in junction boxes.
224 Series Lighting Connectors The 224 Series connectors combine Push-Wire and CAGE CLAMP® technology,
making them ideal for lighting applications.
Should WAGO connectors be used in an enclosure?
order to comply with the requirements of the 16th Edition of the IEE
Wiring Regulations/BS7671, all connectors should be used in a suitable
enclosure of material complying with the relevant glow-wire test
requirements of BS 458-2.1. (Fire hazard testing for electrotechnical
products). This will provide
mechanical protection for the connectors
as well as protection against dust, damp and accidental damage.
Although WAGO connectors are IP20 (finger touch) with Polyamide 6.6
housing for strength and durability.
Do they need to be fixed in an enclosure?
junction box connectors do not have to be fixed down in the housing
provided that the cables are secured on their way into the box. However,
fixing provides a more secure and professional looking finish.
Does there need to be strain relief on the cable?
there should be strain relief on the cable. This could be the cable
clipped outside the enclosure or cable glands within the enclosure to
prevent the cables being pulled out of the connectors.
I’m used to screw connections – how secure is your clamping system?
WAGO Cage Clamp? and PushWire clamping systems guarantee gastight,
maintenance-free connections every time. Our connectors incorporating
these proven technologies have been used in industrial and building
services applications worldwide. The company’s reputation is built on
the high quality and proven performance of our products. For installers,
this ensures complete peace of mind.
How do I release the conductor from the terminal?
WAGO connectors are re-usable. PushWire conductors are removed by
pulling the conductor and twisting the connector. Cage Clamp?
connections are released by using a screwdriver or pushbutton/lever
Do your connectors comply with British Standards?
recognise and harmonise with IEC 60947, 60998 and 60999. These are
European standards which relate to terminal blocks and connectors. All
WAGO products conform to these standards and other international
What other standards do your connectors comply with?
WAGO sells its products worldwide and is therefore in constant contact with testing and approvals houses around the globe.
There’s a small cavity in a ceiling, wall or floor. Can a terminal block be fitted without the need for an additional back box?
When installing backless equipment, such as a domestic style luminaire,
it is possible for the enclosure to be formed or completed with
building material considered to be non-combustible when tested to BS
476-4. (Fire tests on building materials and structures.
Non-combustibility tests for materials). Where there is any doubt that
the building material does not meet this standard, the electrical
connections should be shielded from the fabric of the building by a
suitable electrical back-box.
**** Important note **** Some sellers claim the stock is in the UK, please be careful, the seller is often in China and sends the item to a UK agent who then forwards the item on with a UK stamp. Check where the seller is located not just the item location. All my items are physically with me, here in the UK and I offer a quick delivery and communication within the UK.
During busy periods there maybe a delay in delivering your package by Royal Mail. I apologies in adavnce for any inconvenience but would like to point this out before you place your order.