i-Clamps - IDC Connectors


IDC - Insulation Displacement Connectors

Easy to Use

Quick and Reliable connections

Tamper proof 

Designed to withstand shock & vibration

For use with 10 - 22 AWG Insulated Wires

UL Listed:  E490622 & E490623

i-Clamp Insulation Displacement wire connectors provide a quick and secure method of connecting wires and devices. The i-Clamps easily pierce the wire insulation to make a tamper proof and reliable connection without the need to cut, strip or otherwise secure the wires.  
i-Clamps minimize the time and labor of connecting wires. Using i-Clamps replace the use of wire nuts and electrical tape while providing a secure wire splice/connection that is not dependent on the skill level of the installer. Without having to strip or prepare the wires, installation time is dramatically reduced while connection security is enhanced.
i-Clamps are made from translucent Polycarbonate which makes these devices durable in shock
and vibration environments as well as provide the ability to visually inspect the connections.
Once secured, the connection is permanent and tamper proof without the need to worry about

wire exposure or nuts and tape falling off over time.

T-series - for branching a wire

Use T-Series connectors when you want to branch off of a common wire run. Ideal for wiring several fixtures in parallel such as lighting.  The connector hinges open to allow the wire run to be ran thru the connector without cutting or stripping the insulation.   


Two Way series - for adding fixtures or components

Use Two Way Series connectors have a unique dual channel which allows pre-assembly onto a component or fixture.  Once installed, the wiring can be completed by simply attaching the wire to the existing wiring.   


One Way series - for splicing lines

Use One way series for connecting several lines together.   Eliminates twisting wires together and adding correct wire nut and electrical tape.    Connection can be inspected because connector is made from translucent polycarbonate.


Installation Instructions