They are typically used in automotive electrical systems, such as for connecting wires to headlights, taillights, and other lighting systems.
They are designed to be used in harsh automotive environments and are resistant to vibration, heat, and chemicals.
They come in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit different wire gauges and applications.
They are designed to be easy to install and remove, typically with a simple push-in connection or a locking mechanism.
They are often color-coded for easy identification of the wire gauge or application.
They are designed to be reusable, so they can be disconnected and reconnected multiple times without damaging the connector or the wire.
They are RoHS compliant, which means they are free of hazardous substances and meet environmental protection standards.
They are available in different styles such as inline, pigtail, and branch types. Inline splices are designed to connect two wires end-to-end, pigtail splices are used to connect a single wire to multiple wires, and branch splices are used to split a single wire into multiple wires.