Male JST to Male T-Plug
Male JST to Male T-Plug
Male JST to Male T-Plug
Male JST to Male T-Plug
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Male JST to Male T-Plug

AC-JSTMT
  • Converts a Female JST lead for charging or discharging
$2.99


Male JST to Male T-Plug


Our cables are constructed from the highest quality materials to ensure that you get the best connection possible every time you power up.


This small adapter cable allows you to convert a Female JST charge lead to a Male T-Plug connection as easily as plugging in the connector - no messy soldering required!


Specifications:
  • Input Connector: Male JST
  • Output Connector: Male T-Plug
  • Wire Type: 20 AWG Silicone
  • Length: 2"

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A JST male plug is based on the housing, rather than the plug. So a female plug is really a male plug and a male plug is really a female plug. What a load. Not only that Progressive customer service was rude. Bet this review will never see the light of day.

ProgressiveRC Comment: We apologize for the difficulty, there is often confusion on connector genders. We go to great lengths to make it clear, through product descriptions and photos, but it's still easy to mix up. We end up explaining it many times a day, so I also apologize if we came off as rude - in a nutshell, all connectors are classified by their external housing, not internal pins. The reason is, some connector housings have a mix of female and male pins internally - and that would get really confusing :).

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Based on 1 review
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J.L.
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A JST male plug is based on the housing, rather than the plug. So a female plug is really a male plug and a male plug is really a female plug. What a load. Not only that Progressive customer service was rude. Bet this review will never see the light of day.

ProgressiveRC Comment: We apologize for the difficulty, there is often confusion on connector genders. We go to great lengths to make it clear, through product descriptions and photos, but it's still easy to mix up. We end up explaining it many times a day, so I also apologize if we came off as rude - in a nutshell, all connectors are classified by their external housing, not internal pins. The reason is, some connector housings have a mix of female and male pins internally - and that would get really confusing :).

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