With a nutchopper’s diameter of 1/8 inch, a wire nut has a circumference of 0.5 inches and can be used to wire wires.
With a wirenut’s diameter, the circumference of the nut becomes 1/4 inch.
Wire nuts have been used in home automation since the mid-1990s.
The best known example is the HAT, an easy-to-install, plug-and-play device that plugs into the wall socket of a computer or other device and provides wireless Internet access.
The device can be set to control the Hats temperature, monitor its internal temperature, and display the temperature in a simple, easy-access fashion.
Other commonly used wire nuts include the standard 0.8 inch and 1.5 inch diameter wire nuts, and wire nuts with lengths ranging from 0.25 inches to 1.2 inches.
With their narrow dimensions, wire nuts are ideal for using with a small home automation system, like the HATS, which is used in a typical home automation home automation setup to monitor the room’s temperature, among other things.
Wirenuts can be installed with either a wire or an insulated wire, and the size of the wire should be chosen based on its strength, according to a statement from the manufacturer.
For more information on wire nuts and wire systems, see the company’s website.