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PolyMax 3.5mm Gold Connectors 10 PAIRS (20PC)

PolyMax 3.5mm Gold Connectors 10 PAIRS (20PC)

3.5mm Gold connectors.
Rated to around 80A

Package contains 10 PAIRS (20PC) of connectors.


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Weight: 30g
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Jiri  3 points - 10/3/2014
Please restock in Europe. When the potential is in stock goods in Europe? Thanks
BigApple  22 points - 9/17/2014
Please restock in Europe!
Ferdinand  2 points - 7/24/2014
Will this work with NTM Prop Drive Series 35-36A 910Kv / 350W??
 BuBu1 226 points
The exact information is missing on the product page, but I think yes!
 SkyLe 903 points
Definitely, no problem!
 mouchadino 547 points
work fine :p
 John 1 points
can the motor be replaced in the fox glider
thomas  33 points - 7/15/2014
yes they will. these will work with most motors and ecs,s would not use with 6s but 3s and 4s is fine I use them on just about every thing. also they are easy to connect and cheap.
 SkyLe 903 points
On the contrary! Motors running at higher voltages will draw less amps, so there's no reason why you couldn't use these for LiPo's with more cells in series. On the other hand, because you need to move less current you could probably get away with smaller connectors and wires in those cases...
David  19 points - 7/11/2014
Easy question for credit. Sorry, I'm new to this stuff. Will this work well with the NTM 28 motors? Thanks!
 Akexander 2822 points
Yes, of course.
 SkyLe 903 points
These are rated for higher current that what you'll be able to put into the NTM 28's (they can only take 18A), so they are perfect!
 Jase73 635 points
Perfect fit, already has the male plug fitted.
 jzzto 375 points
yes, they will work without any problem, i have several ntm motors and no problem, also, male plugs that come with 28mm motors are this size. Remember to buy shrink tube to properly isolate the female bullets after the soldering
 Callum 34 points
Yes definitely, no problems.
 MTL_Greg 113 points
The NTM-28 series of motors come with this exact connector pre-installed (male) on the motor leads, so you will only need to solder the female connector on the ESC wires. Easily done and remember to cover with 5mm heat-shring tubing also available here. The "plush" ESC's work very well.
 John 1 points
It looks as though the motor is difficult to remove (original that is)
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73 thumbs up!
Just amazing connectors for small park flyers. I am using them on my 30 inch YAK foamy. Use them for motor connection for 2822 motor to 25 Amps Esc. Highly recommended. Solid connection and very easy to solder.

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26 thumbs up!
These are the same as supplied with most HXT motors and are thus interchangeable. Use with 5mm HXT heatshrink as the thicker part of the cable bucket is 4mm dia (4mm insulation is too tight a fit especially if there is any solder on the outer surface of the bucket). Excellent value for money.

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stefan lecheler
24 thumbs up!
Very good quality, independend from the nice price.
Easy to solder, fits very well also to other brands and easy to connect / disconnect. A big advantage is the short length. Best for narrow fuselages in combination with silicone cables. Perfect for currents less than 60 A.

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Matej Krof
16 thumbs up!
i use just this connectors for everything.. they can handle 100A without geting warmed.. i use them for everything from 18A currents to 100A without problem.

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Warren Andrews
11 thumbs up!
For hassle free assembly. Hold them vertically in a small bench vice (be gentle). Apply a large iron (around 80 watts)with a tinned and clean tip to the side of the connector. Melt the solder into the hole where the wire sits. Either have the wire protruding through the small hole in the side of the connector or for larger wire push it into the connector while heating the side with the iron. Don't move anything until it solidifies! After it cools, finish by sliding 5mm heatshrink tube over the joint and shrinking onto the connector. Works every time.

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