Connecting multiple wires to one.

Is there like a connector for wires that looks like this:

That I can hook up 22g wire into?

Closest I know of is like this.

I am guessing that's not what you were looking for tho.
Is it to be for breadboarding/testing, or for long term use?

I know of those too, there should be some sort of T connector. With electronics being around for so long, it’d be pretty bad if someone hasn’t already thought of it, and made it.

Well !, maybe you can be the inventor. But you didn't answer my questions. The more we know, the more we can suggest.

Thanks, Jack

Scotchlock connectors used a lot in automotive to tap into existing wires.

jackwp:
Well !, maybe you can be the inventor. But you didn't answer my questions. The more we know, the more we can suggest.

Jack, judging from what he has posted, I doubt it would be breadboarding (if it were, he could just insert the three wires into one row of the breadboard)

@tyler, To my knowledge, there is no such connector currently in existence.

If you want something similar, you could take 3 ring terminals, and place them all on the same screw or bolt. If you need those particular angles, just place them correctly before tightening the screw.

Well, not to get picky, but if we don't ask the questions, (we just assume), then we are just guessing what he wants/needs. So, lest ask what the OP really wants to do with this, then we can give an educated guess as to how he can accomplish it.

There are many ways to connect 3 wires together. He must have some special needs, that I have not yet discovered.

I'm adding LED lights to my stair case. Rather than having a bunch of ground wires going everywhere I want one wire going on along the side of the stairs, each step, a 3 wire connector would be added that the LED's GND can connect to the main ground wire.

I would use a breadboard, but why use a breadboard on each stair, there's nowhere to hide it.

And I'm sensing a coming Kickstarter project... I'll be headed to Autodesk in a second.

I mean even something like this as another variation.

Wire Taps

without screws ( and typically for real wires ) there’s wago.com

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