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Re: How to install waterproof connectors

Postby ohagas » Fri Aug 08, 2014 7:54 am

Marty75 wrote:Gumby question alert guys...

I want to re-wire my electricals and wanted to know where the inserts and caps go when you buy a set of the waterproof connectors from Jaycar etc like these http://www.jaycar.com.au/productView.asp?ID=PP2110

Gumby over and out!

Thanks

Marty

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Have a look here Marty (at Clarkos response): viewtopic.php?f=82&t=53998
As he says - they must be soldered. Work great!
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Re: How to install waterproof connectors

Postby Stealthfisha » Fri Aug 08, 2014 8:12 am

laneends wrote:I was just going to raise this topic. I have been using the jaycar ones in the opening post, and they have caused a lot of dodgy connections resulting in dead sounder trips. What has been happening is when connecting the male and females sometimes dont line up properly, with the male pushing the female back in the holder rather then slipping into each other.

Was hoping there was something else around that is a bit more robust

Banana conectors inside a very small container.....waterproof....just a suggestion
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Re: How to install waterproof connectors

Postby Marty75 » Fri Aug 08, 2014 10:20 am

Thanks for all the info guys, I'll try the jaycar connectors for now as I bought a couple of sets a while ago and see how they go, might incorporate the banana plugs also.

Found those all-in-one butt/heat shrink/solder connectors on eBay cheap so might order a set for future use, found em here if anyone is interested, there are plenty of sellers on eBay.

Cheers

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