|Feb 23, 2012, 12:24 PM|
Denmark, Region Zealand, Greve Strand
Joined Oct 2008
I am preparing to make a new fpv wire harnes, and i have run into a bit of a pickle. Does anybody in here know the name of these plugs? And where to buy them ? i have been trawling the web and it looks a litle like molex plugs but the pictures are not exactly the same.
Thanks for any help
|Feb 23, 2012, 01:28 PM|
United States, MD, North East
Joined Apr 2011
I am not sure what that is but I have also considered making my own harness.
I have bought several wires and plugs from the following site to make a thunderpower to standard lipo balance plug adapter: http://www.mdfly.com/
I was happy with their quality, prices and shipping time.
There may be other sites out there that are better for this but this is just what I have been using.
|Feb 23, 2012, 06:02 PM|
I had come across this connector in the past. Just cut it off, and solder a connector of your liking. Personaly I use the connectors used for LiPo balance plugs in my FPV harnesses.
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