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kenryan



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PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 7:58 am    Post subject: connector identification Reply with quote

Can anyone name the connector in the attached picture? It is on my Optimate TM471 battery charger. The charger comes with two pigtails that can be plugged in (one with ring terminals, one with spring clamps). I wired the ring terminal pigtail to my airframe to allow for easy connection of the charger, without removing the battery. I would like to utilize the spring clamp pigtail for easy connection of a ground power source, but I need the matching connector to set up my power source. Thanks. Ken

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 8:17 am    Post subject: connector identification Reply with quote

On 7/22/2019 10:56 AM, Ken Ryan wrote:
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Can anyone name the connector in the attached picture? It is on my
Optimate TM471 battery charger. The charger comes with two pigtails
that can be plugged in (one with ring terminals, one with spring
clamps). I wired the ring terminal pigtail to my airframe to allow for
easy connection of the charger, without removing the battery. I would
like to utilize the spring clamp pigtail for easy connection of a
ground power source, but I need the matching connector to set up my
power source. Thanks. Ken
The individual terminal looks like what's in typical tail/brake light

connectors for small trailers. I googled 'trailer connector' & one of
the 1st hits was this:
https://www.delcity.net/store/2-Way-Flat-Connector/p_8873.h_84862.r_IF1003?mkwid=sGlFIIm7H&crid=38094426869&mp_kw=&mp_mt=&gclid=Cj0KCQjwvdXpBRCoARIsAMJSKqIW44OSVL3xnDBzqOwrt2abA-SpQW5cZU6ziMvTlMOP2wCO604p8awaAq2kEALw_wcB

Anyway, that's where I'd start looking.

Charlie

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 8:33 am    Post subject: connector identification Reply with quote

Thanks Charlie. We've got a couple of trailer supply shops so I will look there.

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On 7/22/2019 10:56 AM, Ken Ryan wrote:
> Can anyone name the connector in the attached picture? It is on my
> Optimate TM471 battery charger. The charger comes with two pigtails
> that can be plugged in (one with ring terminals, one with spring
> clamps). I wired the ring terminal pigtail to my airframe to allow for
> easy connection of the charger, without removing the battery. I would
> like to utilize the spring clamp pigtail for easy connection of a
> ground power source, but I need the matching connector to set up my
> power source. Thanks. Ken
The individual terminal looks like what's in typical tail/brake light
connectors for small trailers. I googled 'trailer connector' & one of
the 1st hits was this:
https://www.delcity.net/store/2-Way-Flat-Connector/p_8873.h_84862.r_IF1003?mkwid=sGlFIIm7H&crid=38094426869&mp_kw=&mp_mt=&gclid=Cj0KCQjwvdXpBRCoARIsAMJSKqIW44OSVL3xnDBzqOwrt2abA-SpQW5cZU6ziMvTlMOP2wCO604p8awaAq2kEALw_wcB

Anyway, that's where I'd start looking.

Charlie

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:30 am    Post subject: connector identification Reply with quote

On 7/22/2019 11:31 AM, Ken Ryan wrote:

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Thanks Charlie. We've got a couple of trailer supply shops so I will look there.

On Mon, Jul 22, 2019 at 8:25 AM Charlie England <ceengland7(at)gmail.com (ceengland7(at)gmail.com)> wrote:

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--> AeroElectric-List message posted by: Charlie England <ceengland7(at)gmail.com (ceengland7(at)gmail.com)>

On 7/22/2019 10:56 AM, Ken Ryan wrote:
> Can anyone name the connector in the attached picture? It is on my
> Optimate TM471 battery charger. The charger comes with two pigtails
> that can be plugged in (one with ring terminals, one with spring
> clamps). I wired the ring terminal pigtail to my airframe to allow for
> easy connection of the charger, without removing the battery. I would
> like to utilize the spring clamp pigtail for easy connection of a
> ground power source, but I need the matching connector to set up my
> power source. Thanks. Ken
The individual terminal looks like what's in typical tail/brake light
connectors for small trailers. I googled 'trailer connector' & one of
the 1st hits was this:
https://www.delcity.net/store/2-Way-Flat-Connector/p_8873.h_84862.r_IF1003?mkwid=sGlFIIm7H&crid=38094426869&mp_kw=&mp_mt=&gclid=Cj0KCQjwvdXpBRCoARIsAMJSKqIW44OSVL3xnDBzqOwrt2abA-SpQW5cZU6ziMvTlMOP2wCO604p8awaAq2kEALw_wcB

Anyway, that's where I'd start looking.

Charlie

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 10:55 am    Post subject: connector identification Reply with quote

If this has been posted before. Forgive me——
Have you considered cutting that connector off and substitute a different one more comparable with your needs?

Rich

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On Jul 22, 2019, at 10:56 AM, Ken Ryan <keninalaska(at)gmail.com> wrote:

Can anyone name the connector in the attached picture? It is on my Optimate TM471 battery charger. The charger comes with two pigtails that can be plugged in (one with ring terminals, one with spring clamps). I wired the ring terminal pigtail to my airframe to allow for easy connection of the charger, without removing the battery. I would like to utilize the spring clamp pigtail for easy connection of a ground power source, but I need the matching connector to set up my power source. Thanks. Ken
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 11:12 am    Post subject: connector identification Reply with quote

Ken,

That connector is called an SAE connector. You can order on Amazon or local trailer shops may have them.

John Ciolino
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Can anyone name the connector in the attached picture? It is on my Optimate TM471 battery charger. The charger comes with two pigtails that can be plugged in (one with ring terminals, one with spring clamps). I wired the ring terminal pigtail to my airframe to allow for easy connection of the charger, without removing the battery. I would like to utilize the spring clamp pigtail for easy connection of a ground power source, but I need the matching connector to set up my power source. Thanks. Ken


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 11:29 am    Post subject: connector identification Reply with quote

Search SAE 2 pin connector on Amazon you should find them for about $2 each if you order a 5 or 6 pack.

Deems

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Can anyone name the connector in the attached picture? It is on my Optimate TM471 battery charger. The charger comes with two pigtails that can be plugged in (one with ring terminals, one with spring clamps). I wired the ring terminal pigtail to my airframe to allow for easy connection of the charger, without removing the battery. I would like to utilize the spring clamp pigtail for easy connection of a ground power source, but I need the matching connector to set up my power source. Thanks. Ken


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 12:04 pm    Post subject: connector identification Reply with quote

Thanks!

On Mon, Jul 22, 2019, 11:19 John Ciolino <JohnCiolino(at)carolina.rr.com (JohnCiolino(at)carolina.rr.com)> wrote:

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Ken,
 
That connector is called an SAE connector. You can order on Amazon or local trailer shops may have them.
 
John Ciolino
Bearhawk Patrol
 
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Can anyone name the connector in the attached picture? It is on my Optimate TM471 battery charger. The charger comes with two pigtails that can be plugged in (one with ring terminals, one with spring clamps). I wired the ring terminal pigtail to my airframe to allow for easy connection of the charger, without removing the battery. I would like to utilize the spring clamp pigtail for easy connection of a ground power source, but I need the matching connector to set up my power source. Thanks. Ken


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 10:00 pm    Post subject: connector identification Reply with quote

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Ken,

That connector is called an SAE connector. You can order on Amazon or local trailer shops may have them.

John Ciolino
Bearhawk Patrol

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Can anyone name the connector in the attached picture? It is on my Optimate TM471 battery charger. The charger comes with two pigtails that can be plugged in (one with ring terminals, one with spring clamps). I wired the ring terminal pigtail to my airframe to allow for easy connection of the charger, without removing the battery. I would like to utilize the spring clamp pigtail for easy connection of a ground power source, but I need the matching connector to set up my power source. Thanks. Ken


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