Quality 5.5mm sprung gold connectors can handle large current, perfect for 3500mAh or larger capacity batteries or 100A+ systems. Our gold connectors are well machined and gold plated with a rear side-cut for easy soldering.
Package includes 10 pairs (20pc) of 5.5mm Gold Connectors.
Yes these will work fine for you. Just remember to set it up with heat shrink over the conectors.
You might to look at using the male for neg and female for pos if you have battery packs you might put in series to make a 6s pack out of lower cell count packs.
you solder them to wire small hole on side is the wire side. Use hole to get soldering tip into to help heat solder and wire conection then cover with heat shrink. Depending on how you plan on using batteries will depend on how you solder your conectors. series etc.
You can, but the need for the motor plugs to be changed depends on the max current draw of the motor. Just because the ESC can handle 200amp doesn't mean the motor will pull that much power. Check the max current for your motor and if it's above about 120amp I would upgrade them, but otherwise the 4mm will be fine with good quality silver solder.
Idk how many amps my motor can pull thats this thing, it just came in a box with no mannal or papers and theirs no information on the site about it. I just spent around $80 for a new battery, esc and connectors i hope i dont need a new motor too. Also ^^^^^^ can i use normal sivler solder for these connectors on a 200A?
Regular silver solder will be fine for a motor that size. I'm running a 36-74 2900kv in a 1/8 short course truck I've converted for drag racing, ant that only pulls 110A max, so it probably won't pull more than about 80A max.
So if my motor pulls 90A and my esc is 200A, will my esc only push 90A to my motor or will it blow up or something. Idk how people get there motors and esc to match each other, but i know how to get the battery to match the esc. The rc world is so frustrating, well is this setup run without problem?
200A (no bec)
3660 - 2700kv (pulls around 90A, 4mm connectors)
3000mAh 3S 40C (5.5mm connectors)
FS - GT3B 2.4ghz tx & rx (rx powered by 800mAh 15c 1s)
The esc will only let as much power through as the motor demands, so you should have no problems with that setup. Even if you decide at a later date to upgrade your motor to something insane, your esc will still be more than capable of handling the power requirements of just about any inrunner in the 36mm range, and just a battery upgrade may be required as your battery will only push 120A continuous, and ideally your motor will only continuously pull 80% of your batteries constant current rating. Good luck with it all, and let me know how it goes.
I had an situation where motorplugs are 6mm male connectors, but I had only these 5.5mm females at hand. I simply drilled the connectors to 6mm. works fine. no issues. current draw around 100 Amps. And since these are between motor-ESC, no need to detach and attach.
Hi guys, what is the difference between this connectors and the other "Polymax 5.5mm Gold Connectors (10 pairs/set)" always sold here on HK? This package weight is more...
I need to put on the Wattmeter 130a cause cable is really big, and 4mm are to small.
these connectors are sutiable up to 10 awg size according to me. And according to me both connectors listed by HK are the same to me but different in weight and price. hopes this helps click on the green button tks
6mm works on both, but it needs to be stretched a bit before fitting in place. Generally I use 8mm, with an extra, short piece of 5mm around the wire only to increase its' size a bit before shrinking the 8mm in place. It just means no gap at the rear and a nice tight, neat fit.
looks like that esc comes with 4mm bullet, i don't know what type it is, if i were u i keep buy this 5.5mm bullet and change with this, also buy 6mm heat shrink for covering the connector. i use torch instead iron solder to join them and good up to 10AWG cable..good luck
None of the Turnigy 150A ESC's come with connectors - they are supplied with appropriately sized wire ready for you to solder your favoured connector on. These connectors give good contact surface area and should be able to be used with the ESC.
looking to switch from those dreaded deans plugs.I'am mostly running 10-12 gauge wires on my esc and batt's, should i go with these or the 4mm?? also what size shrink tube will fit on 10-12 gauge wire?? Thanks
Why not just go to the XT60 connectors for 10-12G. Much easier to solder than Deans, they hold well but are not hard to get apart. The price is definitely right here. If you go to bullet style you must remember to always connect the negative side first! Turnigy 6mm heat shrink will work just fine.
4mm will cary the current comparable to the deans. 5.5 mm will be needed if you have >20c 6 cell. Caveat this style is not cased and independent on the leads. I doubled my heat shrink to protect for rash. If you follow the male female on postive and negative because they are not a single molded assembly. There is an extreme fire hazard and battery hazard if anyone including kids connect the battery ends to each other! I zip tie or heat shrink my battery lead ends so this is not tempting and reduce the safety concern.
14AWG may be a little small, but what I do if I need to fit a larger wire. . .
Strip back wire about twice as long as normal, twist it up, and then fold over. This works well for both crimp connectors and soldering.
You may want to go to the 4mm. They are also very nice.
1. the cheaper ones are ***RLY machined. Infact legobrains had better luck than i do. Mine had flared ends and upon closer inspection, the actual contact area bewteen the plug and socket is only approx 30% contact area. This is because the flare ends of the plug props the contacting surface of the plug away from the socket. Please avoid these unless you like burnt esc.
The real weiht is 4,97 gram for a pair. Nice and tight.
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6 thumbs up!
Great on high amp, mine use at 100 Amp with no problem. Tight fit. Better than Dean stile in my opinion.
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5 thumbs up!
High quality connectors, I use them in my monster truck brushless setup and they don't even get warm. Excellent tight fit, but not so much so that you can't get them apart. None of the solder leaking problems I read someone else complain about.