In a message dated 5/31/03 7:29:23 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> > A butt connector is a double female solderless crimp connector where you
> > poke a wire in each end, crimp, splicing the wire together.
> That's what I thought they were talking about. I don't see a need
> for them. You're just doubling the number of mechanical connections
> by adding them in series with the other connector. Or was the
> reference to using them alone, with no other connector? Too much
> room for cross wiring mistakes that way.
This is useful for splicing control cables, eliminating connectors, etc.
Or use wire nuts. It's a lot easier than trying to re-connectorize a cable at
the top of the tower.