The following are the quantities Sets of 10 (6 sets of red + 6 sets of green)
It has the following characteristics Adapter for Banana Plug Shrouded Connectors and Multimeters. Straight wire solder kit for wiring banana plugs to 3-conductor cables.
The main material is Shell material nylon with brass nickel plating Test probe nylon and brass nickel
The connection is this Maximum number of solders A cable out diameter of 4 inches. Zero millimeters)
I give it a 3. The maximum voltage and current are 1000V and 32A, respectively The following is her weight A total of 9g (1 PC)
Questions & Answers
In order to put the metal insert all the way in, how do you do it?
I am for you, dear customer, please do not worry, the design is just right, when you push the plug into the shell, you need to push a bit hard, it is not hard. *We are starting with step one *step 2 Thread the cable through the housing and into the plug *br> Plug the cable into the plug and solder it into place. The plug must be pushed into the shell until the shell will not allow it to move
Are these connectors suitable for gauge 1 or gauge 2 wire?
The 18 gauge Pomona wires I'm using are nice, I'm using them with 17 gauge wire.
Can this be used with what AWG size?
4 millimeters is the size of the end. 14awg is the best gauge to use. There will be no room for error using 12AWG
There is no way I can get the metal part fully into the plastic cover, no matter how hard I try. How do you know these are ?
You will need to push the solder joints no higher than the metal, or pair it up with a probe and push it higher
Selected User Reviews For 10Pcs Insulated Safety Straight Seal Protection Shrouded 4mm Banana Plugs Solder DIY Banana Plug Connectors for Multimeter Test Leads Ends Probes Adapters
I am surprised by how good the reviews are
Hard and brittle, the plastic cover is difficult to handle. It was over two months ago that I put the leads together. There was a split in one out of four cases. My three other tiles were intact, and I'll return today to repair the split one, and repair the other three tiles that split without being used. Poor quality plastics are used in much of our society. It makes no sense to me that the plastic would age so rapidly due to the oxygen. The goods made by Chinese companies sometimes die quickly due to rubber and plastic, but this is really remarkable.
| Jul 20, 2020
It is their job to do this
As of now, them are working, but I do not know how long they will last. The solder point has no mechanical grip - so they were thrown away after a few months. As a result, it is basically just a pool of solder in which you place the wire. Because it is so big, the wire tends to float up in the sea of solder, so it isn't as straight as it could be. The next time I buy these, I won't. Because the case is rigid plastic with little give, the wire will do a hard bend at the end of the mock strain relief and not be relieved by it. For this reason, I used cheap speaker wire, since a good wire would hurt me later when I have to throw everything When they break, I will keep on using them, but I'm not sure how long that will take.
| Sep 28, 2020
In addition to the noted lack of crimping or wrapping back the wire prior to soldering, there is no other way to secure the wire
In order to secure the cable, you need to put a fairly large quantity of solder in it. Furthermore, if you aren't careful in managing the heat, you run the risk of melting the plastic end piece. As the covers do not screw onto the metal body (they are not threaded), the only way to attach the covers is to press them on with quite a bit of force, therefore mounting them in a vice was necessary. The covers work when you are done but are very difficult to construct.
| Jan 24, 2021
I am in agreement with Sadly, I bought these at a very cheap price, so I am sorry Now, they will not be accepted for return as the return period has passed
A hard plastic shell is not the best for absorbing strain and for protecting against damage There is something a little hoky about how these need to be fitted into the cover. The wire itself needs to be held in place by the solder, as well as by some sort of mechanical connection. Engineering Design 101, that's what it is all about. To save a few bucks, I tried to cut back on some expenses Get burnt, so save yourself the mental anguish by spending a few more bucks and you'll be fine It's time to get.
| Aug 18, 2020
The price is cheap It's both expensive and of good There have been a lot of banana jacks that I have used, and these were pretty bad
There is a solder joint on the terminal I only wanted to crimp, not crimp only (which is completely However, the key to the failure lies in that the solder jack has a terrible connection to the sheath - that's why the plastic is brittle and hard. As suggested in the comments, pressing hard on the metal part and forcing it into place with sheer force through plastic deformation is the best option. Despite several attempts, I could not get a good connection that would not separate as soon as I tried to plug in It might be worth spending a couple of extra bucks and going up a tier. As opposed to brute force, that one uses actual plastic connectors.
| Feb 09, 2021
I received the power supply leads I asked for
These were attached to the ends of 14 AWG (15 Amp) stranded silicone leads for use as power supply leads. The first time I inserted the plug into the shrouded housing, I had a hard time. Using an air pencil) and pushing the plug into the housing until seated, and allowing the plug.
| Jan 13, 2021
Is there not an instruction? Is the piece of metal screwed into the other? Or does it snap together?.
| May 17, 2021
The cable pairing needs to be improved
Although I had to solder the coupler, the repair of a broken Honda generator pairing cable went perfectly.
| Dec 05, 2020