High tensile strengthprovided by heat shrink tubing
Highresistancetostretch and mechanical damage
Perfect for marine, automobile & outdoor applications
Easy to Use:Insert, connectand heat toseal - Simply position the stripped wires into the solder sleeve and apply heat to finish the connection. The solder will gradually flow, and the insulation tubing will shrink down creating a waterproof seal
Transparent sleevesfor easy insertion of wires
Durable Waterproof Connectors - Preventswire corrosionafter sealing for your next wiring project
Great wiring solution for Limited Space Areas– No crimping is required for these solder and seal electrical terminals.
Compliant with all relevant Standards - These solder seal wire connectors are compliant with ROHS, ISO 9001:2008, SGS and CE standards
IP67 waterproof Connectors: Adhesive lined colored rings on these butt connectors create a durable waterproof seal between the wire and the connector. This technology keeps all the moist out of your connection and prevents any corrosion even in the most humid environments
Material: Tinned Copper
Red connector: Suit Cable / Wire Size 22-16 AWG 0.5-1.5mm2
Blue connector: Suit Cable / Wire Size 16-12 AWG 1.5-2.5mm2
I was initially skeptical but hopeful when I ordered this. My wife ran over the lawnmower cord and the way this cord is attached, you must repair and not replace. When I received this I quickly did a test sample. I used a BBQ lighter, not a heat gun, I pushed the wires into each other and added a bit of flux to make things flow easily. Anytime you solder you should add flux. It's cheap and flux works very well. I started at the ends to stabilize the wire. Then I worked the center to join the wires. I kept heating the center until the solder changed to a darker color. Once done I finished the rest of the connector. I did not touch the flame to the plastic sleve except where you solder. That area got some carbon buildup but wiped off easily. This is a solid connection. I've included a picture of my test piece. The only reason I touched the center area was to just get this as hot as possible. So the solder melted but the shrink casing did not. Gosh I wish I invented
WHY DIDN'T I KNOW ABOUT THIS PRODUCT YEARS AGO... You will love these connectors . I found out after a couple of times what i think helps them work a little better ids after you put your wires in the connectors gently crimp down on the connection then apply your heat. Go easy with the heat and you will get a great connection. What i think is also great is that they shrink tho the wire and are water proof.. WHAT A GREAT PRODUCT..
I've worked on electronics for years - I have soldered / heatshrinked wires of all sizes - I have used different crimp connectors over the years as well. I did not expect these would work as well as they show on the videos. I was wrong.
They work very well. I had the best results using a heat gun. I tried a lighter. This worked somewhat. Or mostly? But I was not happy with how it looked and some of the solder looked to have not melted. I then tried a torch. I got it too hot and it melted (my fault). I started from scratch with a heat gun (at about 650 F). It took longer than I expected at first, but the finished product was near perfect and way less effort than any other means of joining wires like this. I have to (shockingly) admit this is a great product. I will keep these around from now on!
Tubes according to the description, spike normal, blow dryer more than 250 deg. It is better not to expose
Very satisfied, checked, perfectly seated, always warm up start from the center, and when the tin melts and saves the twisted connection, only then go to the edges of the shrink, otherwise the air from the center will not leave, if the edges immediately heat and sit down. This shrinkage is blue under the cable outer diameter is 3mm, but it shrinkable and thin cable is 1.5mm