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What’s the best method of splicing low voltage wiring?


Use caution! Poor termination or cable splice can create high, and often intermittent, resistance that in turn leads to all sorts of technical problems. There are a few options:

  • Twisted wire nuts, the least desirable method
  • Crimped B-Connector, a good industry standard
  • Solder/Heat Shrink, the best choice

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