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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.


PRODUCT ID: AM1001A

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chly3001  303 points - 4/10/2014
 
6s 14A max current draw ok for these?
 georgiev.s 409 points
yes, they can handle this.
 ENE 11 points
I use those on 20 Amps. Yeap they are OK.
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 NightFaLL 56 points
I draw max 25A on them and they are fine. For peace of mind you could go a bigger size but it's not mandatory
 Mosa 98 520 points
I use these for 80A on 4S so I think that 14A on 6S would be well within there capabilities.
rcdriver53x  7 points - 3/12/2014
 
These are great connectors
 Mosa 98 520 points
yep, and easy to work with!
Azeredo  1 points - 3/6/2014
 
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 Mosa 98 520 points
sorry but no buddy codes in the discussions! Post them in the buddy codes forum!
Germany Aerolab  1 points - 2/26/2014
 
Yes, if connectors on esc and motors 3,5mm. Please check it.
 chris 28 points
hi you have to click the "REPLY" button to reply or your just posting a question please press the best credit answer button if i helped you.
Jljrm  7 points - 2/26/2014
 
Can I use these connectors for me my esc and my motor
 georgiev.s 409 points
Yes, you can use these for the most ESC and motors.
 Reece 23 points
Make sure you cover them up with heat shrink
 nlmbc 803 points
it all depends on what amperage you will be drawing threw your system. some motor / battery setup uses larger connectors.. wire guage has a lot to do to determine what connectors to use, a 8mm connector on a 16g wire would be overkill on the conector usage.
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Saurabh
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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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sagittarius
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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
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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
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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
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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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