Installation SEC Single Fuse/Pin Connector Kit

Installation SEC Single Fuse/Pin Connector Kit

SEC Combo Fused/Pin Connector Kit

SEC Combo Fused/Pin Connector Kit

1. Select segment size a minimum of 5/64” smaller than outside dimensions of insulation on conductors. Cut segment to be used at cutting ring with sharp knife. Cutting may not be required on fused holder for small size conductors. (See illustration for cutting ring dimensions.)
2. Apply Silicone lubricant (Provided in kit) on conductor and segment opening. Conductors must be clean and free of foreign materials.
3. Insert conductors though opening of segments approximately six inches beyond end of splice box body and fuse holder body.
4. Trim insulation from conductors the length of lugs and attach to lug assemblies, tighten lug assembly according to inch pounds chart.
SEC Combo Fused/Pin Connector Kit

SEC Combo Fused/Pin Connector Kit

 

5. Apply silicone lubricant to inside of segment (splice box body)around conductors.
6. Push cap lug assembly and conductors into splice box body and check for proper seating. Cap and body must be clean and free of foreign material for proper seal. Do not lubricate splice box cap seal ring inside seal ring of splice box body.
7. Using dowel provided, push fuse holder and conductor back into fuse body.
8. Install midget fuses and plug fuse body into cap of splice box cap. Apply silicone lubricant to fuse and pin body to eliminate rubber friction.
9. It is recommended that conductors be taped or tie wrapped from four to six inches from base of splice box for better installation. Although not required, electrical tape can be places around outside rim of splice box body for double protection. SEC double fused connector kits will provide a waterproof connection that can be disconnected and reused.