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Twist-on connectors are also known as wire nuts, wire connectors, cone connectors, or thimble connectors. One trade name for such connectors, Marrette, is derived from the name of their inventor (see History) and, in Canada, this type of connector is often referred to as a marrette regardless of the actual brand of the product.How do wire nuts work?
Wire nuts or connectors are used to connect two wires without the use of electrical tape. They twist the two wires together forming a tight and durable connection. They also ensure that the wires won’t come apart or be exposed if used properly. They generally are only used in a low-voltage setting.