Wire-to-Wire connectors have been used in the industrial market for years with traditional 2-Piece (plug and socket) connector systems which require crimp and poke wire terminations to connect electrical or electronic components. In the general wiring market (2-3 wires) there are a number of connector styles available, however, they are limited in sizes, expanded wire gauges and the ability to reuse them when repair or replacement is needed. Based on the existing success of “Poke-Home” wire-to-board connectors, AVX has developed a new family of wire-to-wire connectors to meet the cost, flexibility and ease-of-use targets in industrial wiring applications. - The 9286 series of Junction Box connectors provide a high spring force Beryllium Copper contact system that uses simple push button activation to insert and remove individual stripped wires in the connection process. There is a forward and aft shrouded (to prevent accidental activation) push button for each wire connection that can be operated individually or simultaneously with a simple plastic tool or ball point pen tip. This connector family has been designed to bring a single wire in and then have multiple output (bus structure) wires of the same power or signal. Four, Six or Eight wires can be electrically connected together in a single connector body which will support any combination of wire gauges from 18AWG up to 26 AWG. Wires can be removed or replaced up to 5 times so there is no need to replace the connector in a new installation.