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2 pin inline battery connector

2 pin inline battery connector

2 pin inline battery connector

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Hello All,

I am looking for a 2 pin in inline positive lock power connector with flying leads.  I am tired of using the automotive and Molex connectors.  Have you seen or used such a thing over there?  I would like to wire to a 15 volt battery pack.
Molex is size/shape and I hate crimping, every time you need to find and buy the crimp tool or head for the crimps you need!

Automotive connectors are hard to get apart.

I would like to be able to turn or release rather than pulling your guys out to get apart.

I just want a connector(s) that I can solder splice to my battery pack.

Tofflemire

RE: 2 pin inline battery connector

How about Lemo connectors?  They're outrageously expensive, tho..

TTFN

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