How to Use Wago Connectors?

Wago makes splicing stranded, fine stranded and solid stranded conductors for electrical installation easy with their splicing connectors. Once your wire is stripped to the appropriate length which can be found under the bottom of the connector you are good to go.
221 Wago Connectors
The Wago 221 Series Lever-Nuts can connect solid, stranded, and flexible copper wires. The wire typically needs to be stripped 11 millimeters. But it is always important to double check on the side of your Wago connector to be sure.
222 series wago connectors
In the case of the 222 Series Lever-Nuts series you usually will need to strip your wire about 10 millimeters. Be sure to check the bottom of your Wago 222 series connector to verify. Once this is done, just pop the lever open, push your wire in, and clamp the lever closed again. It’s that simple.
pushwire wago connectors
The Wago Pushwire 773 Series Wall-Nut series push wire connectors clamp stranded or solid conductors. The wire usually needs to be stripped 12 millimeters. Be sure to check the built-in strip-length gauge to verify. Once the conductor is stripped, firmly insert it into the connector.
using wago connectors for electrical wiring
Shop HomElectrical to find Wago wire connectors including connectors in their 773 series like this push wire connector with four connection points. You can also find connectors from their 221 series like this compact splicing wire connector with three connection points.
Falyn Eaden
Falyn Eaden

Working as Project Management Officer at CORL Technologies and armed with a B.S. in English & Professional Communication and an M.S. in Cyber Security, Falyn works to create environments that protects and represents the world around us. He loves life, fast-paced environments, flag football, eating and exploring new things.

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