Power connector for 30A, 32V for a 24V battery

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  1. ArakelTheDragon

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    I have been searching for some time now and I can not find such a connector. I need it to have the above rating, high mating cycles as it will be disconnected every 8 hours so the battery can be recharged, it has to be a 4 circuit connector (4 pins). Can anyone give ideas please?
     
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    Anderson Power Products; similar from AMP (Tyco)

    (oops - a little late)
     
  4. ArakelTheDragon

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    These are 1 circuit connectors. I need a 4 circuits connector.
     
  5. bertus

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    Hello,

    The connectors can be stacked to as many as you like:

    pp1545-2.jpg

    Bertus
     
  6. ArakelTheDragon

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    Is the stacking easily unstackable? It must be unstackable or very hard to be unstacked?
     
  7. bertus

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    Hello,

    In the picture I posted you see an 8 pin configuration.
    It can be plugged and unplugged easily.

    Bertus
     
  8. ArakelTheDragon

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    The problem is that the people who will use this, must not unstack or stack anything, if the cable gets unstacked in their hands, it will be a problem. They just need to plug the 24V battery for charging and unplug it when it is ready. This is why I ask how reliable is the stacking from a mechanical point of view? Is it permanent, can the cable be unstuck? How hard is it to unstuck it?
     
  9. bertus

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    Hello,

    There ara also shells available for the plugs, so they make a 4 pin plug:

    pp_shells.png
    See the attached datasheet for more info.

    Bertus
     
  10. ArakelTheDragon

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    Thanks very much! This should be enough.
     
  11. ArakelTheDragon

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    This is what I have picked for 45A maximum current, housings, pole, crimp tool. I hope they are accurate.

    Black housing for battery monitor connector 100 pieces:
    https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetai...V58qHZejzxM4LKBvUP54HSpD6TGHcFlsW2XM0lbkfoA==


    1327FP-BK, red housing for battery monitor connector 100 pieces:
    https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetai...=/ha2pyFadug5FreQnwWXXRExngCaKMJB/XCpylGIzSs=

    269G3, plug for both connectors, needs to be crimped and plugged in the housing 100 pieces:
    Internal metal plug, thin plated for both housings:
    https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetai...GAEpiMZZMtjzVbpKqo2YZRH3O%2bLIhj7NYlq9zqpcRE=

    Crimp tool: 1309G3 or 1309G8
     
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