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The LP-20 connectors and their wiring scheme/diamgram

The LP-20 connectors and their wiring scheme/diamgram

The LP-20 connectors and their wiring scheme/diamgram

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I'm looking for how to connect a LP-20 (reversed) waterproof connector to the wires in its cable.
I'm supposed to attach four of the wires in a five wired cable. The five wired cable have a CEE 400 V / 16 Amp connector, and in the other and I need to attach the LP-20.
The LP-20 have its four pins marked 1,2,3 and 4.

Anyone seen wiring scheme for these?
I will connect to commercial products (Antminer S21 Hydro), and therefore I can't choose my own pattern for this, and I guess I easily fry things if I do this wrong.

The producer do not reply my emails, neither is there a scheme or even a product picture on their site;
https://www.cnlinko.com/product/product_1_1

One distributor list these, but without the wiring data;
https://connector-distribution.com/euen/industry/p...
https://connector-distribution.com/en/industry/pow...


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