60ft (20m)

How to splice Quickmatch.

1) You may have to repair it from time to time, so it is important to know how to deal with it.

2) If you have 5 finale chains that are supposed to fire on one cue, instead of using 5 electric matches, you can splice all of the chains together and only fire it with one (two electric matches is standard practice for redundancy).

3) Give redundancy to multiple chains firing from a single cue. For example if you have 2 chains firing on one cue, and you have two electric matches to fire them, you can splice the two chains together to give you additional redundancy/reliability.

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