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EC5 Buchsenleisten (5pcs / bag)

EC5 Buchsenleisten (5pcs / bag)

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EC5 Buchsenleisten (5pcs / bag)

Perfekt für Hochstromanwendungen, 1/8-Skala Autos, EDF Jets, multirotors und Hubschrauber. 5mm Federverbinder in einem EC5 Kunststoffgehäuse.

  • Artikelbezeichnung 015000253-0
  • Brand -
  • Kapazität ( mAh) -
  • Gewicht 25.0000
  • Länge 100.00
  • Packaging Width 10.00
  • Höhe 80.00
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These are crap! I thought I'd give them a shot since the normal EC5 weren't in stock. They are relatively easy to solder, but they will not snap into place without using something like a hammer to bump them in. So you might get one side forcibly in, but now you have to pound the other side in. I almost got it, but when I bumped it using a small hex wrench and hammer, the ends somehow touched, and POW! A large flash that melted the brass EC5 connector taking a rather large chunk out of it. The positive wire insulation blackened and melted. I cut off the partially done connector and put on a real EC5. Don't buy these.

I've soldered many of EC5 connectors, but won't even think of using the other two bags of these that I have.

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These are crap! I thought I'd give them a shot since the normal EC5 weren't in stock. They are relatively easy to solder, but they will not snap into place without using something like a hammer to bump them in. So you might get one side forcibly in, but now you have to pound the other side in. I almost got it, but when I bumped it using a small hex wrench and hammer, the ends somehow touched, and POW! A large flash that melted the brass EC5 connector taking a rather large chunk out of it. The positive wire insulation blackened and melted. I cut off the partially done connector and put on a real EC5. Don't buy these.

I've soldered many of EC5 connectors, but won't even think of using the other two bags of these that I have.

THE NEW ONES I RECIEVED ARE DEFECTIVE. IT IS IMPOSSABLE TO INSERT THE BRASS
INTO THE PLASTIC,EVEN WITH NO WIRE ATACHED.I HAVE USED EC5 MANY TIMES IN
THE PAST WITH NO PROBLEMS

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THE NEW ONES I RECIEVED ARE DEFECTIVE. IT IS IMPOSSABLE TO INSERT THE BRASS
INTO THE PLASTIC,EVEN WITH NO WIRE ATACHED.I HAVE USED EC5 MANY TIMES IN
THE PAST WITH NO PROBLEMS

I haven't bought these for a few years. Got some new Heavy duty batteries and ordered these (as its my standard plug set for larger batteries).

Very disappointed as HK have changed the design - to the detriment of the product unfortunately.

The old style had a full "cup" for soldering to. You simply support the bullet in a pair of pliers (with an elastic on the handles) to hold it upright. Heat the bullet with a heavy iron, and dip a stripped wire into the molten solder. Let it set for a few seconds, then remove it. Done. Easy. While its warm push it into the blue casing.

The new style - well, no cup to hold the solder, I tried a few times clamping the bits together and finally got one "OK" - it would not go into the casing.

PLEASE PLEASE restore the old style bullets.

Luckily I kept the old ones from my 5 year old dead batteries (nice run with rhinos )

Cheers
Nicholas Jacobs
Burlington ON

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I haven't bought these for a few years. Got some new Heavy duty batteries and ordered these (as its my standard plug set for larger batteries).

Very disappointed as HK have changed the design - to the detriment of the product unfortunately.

The old style had a full "cup" for soldering to. You simply support the bullet in a pair of pliers (with an elastic on the handles) to hold it upright. Heat the bullet with a heavy iron, and dip a stripped wire into the molten solder. Let it set for a few seconds, then remove it. Done. Easy. While its warm push it into the blue casing.

The new style - well, no cup to hold the solder, I tried a few times clamping the bits together and finally got one "OK" - it would not go into the casing.

PLEASE PLEASE restore the old style bullets.

Luckily I kept the old ones from my 5 year old dead batteries (nice run with rhinos )

Cheers
Nicholas Jacobs
Burlington ON

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