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WAGO 2773 Series Connectors for Solid and 7-Stranded Conductors

November 14, 2023

Push your way to fast, reliable connections – WAGO 2773 Push-Wire connectors offer a compact and safe way to connect solid and 7 stranded conductors.

Your advantages of the WAGO 2773 Series:
  • Space saving by up to 30% smaller size and flat design!
  • Clear transparent housing for control of conductor position and correct stripping length!
  • Large connection area and different conductor types can be combined!

The compact, clear choice for any commoning connection.

WAGO 2773 Series Connectors for Solid and 7-Stranded Conductors

The WAGO COMPACT 2773 Series PUSH WIRE® Connector for Junction Boxes provides a wide connection range in the smallest of spaces for solid and stranded conductors. The PUSH WIRE® connection technology used in the 2773 Series enables fast connection of conductors without the need for any tools – with hardly any force required and without any preparation of the conductors. You can see through the transparent enclosure whether the conductors have been correctly stripped and connected. Available in 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8-conductor connectors.

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