Hector Caceres | Last update Feb 16, 2018

In this series of tutorials, we will take you through the whole process of installing Ghost Wire. From basic tips like terminating with a terminal block, to advanced tips like turning corners and splicing two pieces together. Check back often since this guide will be updated frequently with more Ghost Wire tips. If you have any questions that are not covered in these videos, or any ideas you would like to see demonstrated, please let us know and we will gladly make a video about it.

We recommend practicing these techniques on a short piece of Ghost Wire before attempting to try it out on your installation for the first time.

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What we used for these tutorials:

  • Ghost Wire
  • Terminal block
  • Knife
  • Scissors
  • Small Flat head screwdriver
  • Some kind of straight edge like a ruler or a putty knife
  • Heat Gun/Hair Dryer (For removing bubbles/wrinkles)


This video shows how to terminate the 2-Conductor Ghost Wire. using the 2-conductor terminal block but the techniques still apply when terminating 4-conductor Ghost Wire. along with the 4-conductor Terminal Block

Creating a 90° Turn

This video shows you how to make a 90° Turn when running Ghost wire on the floor along a wall. The technique applies to both the 2-Conductor and the 4-conductor Ghost Wire.

Splicing Two pieces together

This tutorial shows you how to splice two pieces of Ghost Wire together in case you accidentally cut a run too short or need to extend it just a little longer.

Removing bubbles/wrinkles

This video shows how to easily get rid of bubbles or wrinkles that may have ocurred when installing your Ghost Wire. This applies to all variations of Ghost Wire.

Terminating 23 AWG Ghost Wire

This video shows how to terminate the 2-Conductor Ghost Wire (23AWG) using the 23 AWG 2-conductor terminal block