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Powerpole Kit (8 Red/8 Black Housings, 16 Contacts) (am-2198)

Price: $14.00

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This is a kit of loose Anderson Power Products (APP) Powerpole (model PP45) connector hardware, aimed at providing a robot builder some tools to make dis-connectable cables and wires. This kit contains 8 Red Housings, 8 Black Housings and 16 Contacts.

This kit provides the connecting hardware needed to make 4 Ground/12V pairs that are easily removable.

The contacts are rated for 45 amps, and sized for 10-12 gauge wire. Use this Powerpole Crimper for good connection.

Included Hardware:
  • Eight - Red APP single-connector Powerpole housings (APP #: 1327)
  • Eight - Black APP single-connector Powerpole housings (APP #: 1327G6)
  • Sixteen - Contacts (APP #: 261G2-LPBK)
  • Overall weight - 0.07 lbs.

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 23 Write your own review!

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March 17, 2017
Reviewer: Kathy Benninger from Missoula, MT United States  

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Work well for hobby grade projects August 9, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Ottawa, ON Canada  
A little difficult to get in, but good for price

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Perfect solution - some tips March 3, 2016
Reviewer: Scott Craig from Waterford, MI United States  
I believe Anderson Powerpole connectors are the best for DC power wiring. We use an AndyCrimp Pro tool which crimps the 45A (and lower) terminals but also crimp the 75A terminals onto 6AWG wire as used in the SB50 connectors.

It's best to have a "powerpole insertion extraction" (can google it to find vendors) on hand - which goes for around $10 to $15.

Some wires, such as the super flexible ones coming off the Talon SRX motor controllers can be challenging. The insulation is really thick and is tight into the end of the connector housing. Therefore, it's best to strip enough insulation away so that it's right at the edge of the housing.  The insertion tool helps out a lot with this wire.

I've found it easier to crimp multiple times and one of those times to include the insulation.

Never call a connector done if you didn't hear the click as it will eventually get pushed back, slide back, and not make an electrical connection reliably.

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a March 3, 2016
Reviewer: Mike Voglewede from Northwood, ND United States  

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Great product October 5, 2015
Reviewer: John Reed from Del Rio, TX United States  
Would buy again!!

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