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Originally Posted by WOT View Post
Fantastic, interested in the custom connectors, obviously iíll search later but if you know any more please let me know.

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I'm not sure which connectors he is referring to when he uses the term "custom".
He does sell a handful of items on his web site, which includes some little banana-style connectors....
Installation hardware

Practically speaking, you can use many types of connector pins. In my photos, I show how I use some Amp (formerly Deutsch) pins and sockets. They use a nickel plating and have been very tolerant of the lousy winter conditions that I subject them to.
There are some low cost connectors made by Molex that are popular with consumer products and use tin plating. These are not as durable, and I can't recommend them. OTOH, they are relatively cheap and available through places like hobby shops (some are used in RC toys) and Radio Shack (if you can still find one).

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