Bridging Clips, for one wire or two wires

Bridging Clips, for one wire or two wires
The George Washington Bridge connects New Jersey and New York. Similarly, in telecom terminology, "bridging" means connecting two things together.

Bridging Clips are used to connect adjacent wire clips on a 66-type punchdown block. They're tiny, inexpensive, but often vital.

A "conference bridge" connects two phone lines for a conference call. There are also lots of "bridging adapters" for connecting various kinds of hardware and circuits.

Pack of 100 1-conductor bridging clips.<br>Stainless steel.
When ordered alone, the shipping & handling charge is $9 for up to 5 packs of 100 bridging clips each, sent to any destination in the United States. They may qualify for FREE shipping when ordered with other items and the total price is $125 or more.
$10.00
A100BC
Bulk pack of 1000 1-conductor bridging clips.<br>Stainless steel.
When ordered alone, the shipping & handling charge is $12 or less for a pack of 1000 bridging clips, sent to any destination in the 48 contiguous United States. AK and HI will cost a few bucks more. They may qualify for FREE shipping when ordered with other items and the total price is $125 or more.
Regular price: $100.00
Sale price: $89.00
A1000BC
NEW! Pack of ten 2-conductor bridging clips
This innovative little piece of hardware can save time and fingertips, and protect a 66M block. Each of these contains two standard bridging clips, so they actually bridge a complete pair when installed, not just a single wire. We stock these in red and blue for color-coding an installation. Red can be used to indicate "special service" circuits. Convenient molded-in finger grip handle.
$10.00
A10-2BC
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