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Misc. Xt-60h

Discussion in 'Electronics' started by bigone5500, Dec 9, 2018.

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  1. bigone5500

    bigone5500 Well-Known Member

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    Anyone used these yet? I just learned of them and like the fact they don't require heat shrink.

     
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    Tony Administrator Staff Member

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    I would still use a little heat shrink on at least one leg just in case you get a stray wire poking out. It happens to all of us and usually isn't an issue since that one little wire will just arc and melt away from the short. What I do like about those is they have more to grab onto when unplugging them. Even Deans has some like this.
     
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    Those will work just fine. The housing are made of high temp plastic.

    In use XT90s on my rc power supply and a few XT60s thought my charging set up. In use a different plug on my batteries.
     
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