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What is the installers preferred method of splicing power plugs to siamese cable?

 

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It all depends on the Installers Background.

Some prefer Benie Connectors 

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Installers with Electrical Background tend to go with Wire Nuts for a more mechanical connection.

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In the end both Systems will work for you . Now for outside i recommend to make your connections inside of a Junction box to keep the connections away from the elements. 

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Are you trying to cut or splice the end of the cameras power cable?

if so, don’t cut the pig tail of the camera I would try using the PT3 cable and the Benie connector to secure it to the Siamese cable end, then you can connect or disconnect the power when needed.

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if your looking for a tool to do the splicing then you can use a wire stripper/cutter, we have one that works great 

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Not cutting the camera leads. Was referring to splicing the flying leads to siamese. Thanks for the responses.

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