IDE30-644J MFG #: 30-644J
$0.12 / Each
2500 Currently In Stock
  • Brand Name: Ideal
  • Color: Red/Yellow
  • Conductor Range: 22 AWG - 8 AWG, 2/18 AWG Min, 4/10 AWG Max
  • Material: Flame-Retardant Polypropylene
  • Offerings: Products
TWISTER® Wire Connectors have earned a solid reputation as the most technically advanced wire connector available. These superior wire connectors are designed from top to bottom with features to provide more comfort and less fatigue to professional electricians. With swept wings and an expanding, live-action spring, the TWISTER® supports a wide range of common wiring configurations with comfort and ease, even on the toughest combinations like solid-to-stranded. The copolymer shell expands for smooth, progressive tightening ensuring dependable connections.
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600 V
CSA C22.2 #188, UL 486C Listed, RoHS
Features: The Widest Red/Yellow Wire Range In The Industry; Min. 2 #18 To Max. 4 #10; Suregrip Overmolding Provides Better Grip For Improved Leverage And More Torque; Comfortable Swept Wings Designed To Help Reduce Hand Fatigue; Expanding Square-Wire Spring Provides A Secure Connection Every Time; Better Grip And More Leverage For Faster Connections With Less Effort; Tough, UL 94V-2 Flame-Retardant Shell Rated At 105 Degree C (221 Degree F); UL Listed To 486C And CSA Certified To C22.2 #188; Comply With Federal Specification W-S-610E; 1,000V Maximum In Fixtures And Signs; Model Number: 344
2 to 4
Ideal Industries
105 C
Insulating or Joining 1 or more conductors


  • Widest red/yellow wire range in the industry
  • SureGrip™ over molding provides better grip for improved leverage, more torque and faster connections
  • Comfortable swept wings designed to help reduce hand fatigue
  • Expanding square wire spring provides a secure connection every time
  • Cushion-grip, swept wings offer added comfort and extra leverage for less effort on large wire combinations
  • For tough environmental conditions


  • For insulating or joining one or more conductors