Our connectors are constructed from the highest quality materials to ensure you get the best connection every time, whatever your application. This package includes 2 pairs of these heavy-duty connectors.
Ideal for heavy-duty applications requiring up to 200 amps of current and 8 AWG wire - untinned; pre-tinned wire can be tight - these are some of the largest shrouded connectors available, combining safety and performance. To simplify your charging setup, these connectors are available in red and blue - we recommend using one color for your batteries and the other for your ESC and charge cables, so that you know you're always making the right connection.
- Battery Connection: Female bullet inside the larger housing is Negative. Male bullet inside the smaller housing is Positive.
- ESC/Charger Connection: Female bullet inside the larger housing is Positive. Male bullet inside the smaller housing is Negative.
These connectors are awesome. I use these in all of my rc builds. But guys if you are going to have a cool decal like the Seattle one, please include two. My car has two sides. I want to rep you guys to the fullest.
Great quality connectors!!!! Definitely hold up I’m using them on 14s packs with 200amp ESC in a 800 class helicopter flying 13.5 deg pitch with no problem
I've been using these for a few years for my high current applications. I'm going to look for a different connector though. The design of these is faulty in my opinion. Having a non polarized connector for batteries that have the energy potential to hurt you badly just flies in the face of good industrial design. Should you be paying attention? Unequivocable, yes. Should you pay the price for a momentary loss of said attention with burns and destroyed equipment when a keyed connector has been an easy solution for so many years? No way.
I've always struggled to build these connectors. It is extremely difficult to get the connector inserted into the housing and often times the whole assembly tips over even using two tools to stabilize it and often when this happens the insulation on the wire ends up getting cut in the process. I soldered electronics professionally for 8 years and still struggle to get these things soldered without problems. If you let just a tiny amount of solder overflow onto the outside it will virtually ensure you will never get it into the housing. Making this mistake also virtually ruins the connector as the solder is nearly impossible to remove especially if it has gotten into the ridges for mating. It takes so much force to insert the bullet into the housing that often times the connector is driven past the ridges inside the housing which tears them and compromises the integrity of the fit.
On many occasions I've gotten one connector finished and inserted into the housing only to wind up destroying the housing while completing the second half.
All in all I'm a believer in a heavy duty soldered bullet connection but these simply present too many challenges to success mostly due to the design of the housing to continue fighting them.
great quality. thank you
I am very surprised reading reviews that say these are easy to connect together and are cheap & flimsy. As far as connecting them together, I dont think it is easy at all. If you are paying attention to what you are doing, as you should be anyway, there is no concern whatsoever. I've NEVER plugged batteries together or been able to plug these in the wrong way. And I've NEVER had one crack or break - even if I am dismantling the plug to change it or something.