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Multitap Connectors

Multitap Connectors

Save time during line splicing and tap applications. Also known as connector blocks, these multitap connectors join two or more wires in a line. They are insulated so taping is not required. The connectors' solid end caps protect against contamination.

In-Line Multitaps

With a wire port on each side, you can use these in-line multitaps for in-line wires on a straight run.

Aluminum with Plastisol Insulation

One-Side Entry Multitaps

Entry ports are on one side of these multitaps to allow for tapping parallel wires around corners or at an angle.

Aluminum with Plastisol Insulation

2 Ports

3 Ports

4 Ports

5 Ports

6 Ports

8 Ports

Two-Side Entry Multitaps

Entry ports are on opposite sides of these multitaps to allow for parallel runs of wire.

Aluminum with Plastisol Insulation

2 Ports

3 Ports

4 Ports

Offset Entry Multitaps

Similar to in-line multitaps, these multitaps have ports on multiple sides to accommodate wires, but the ports are offset for runs of wire or cable that are laterally asymmetrical.

Aluminum with Plastisol Insulation

2 Ports

Gutter Taps

These gutter taps have two ports on one side for splicing two parallel, or side-by-side, wires. They also come with a connector cover that provides insulation.

Aluminum with PVC Insulation