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XT150 Charge lead w/6mm Gold Connectors- Red and Black (1pc)

XT150 Charge lead w/6mm Gold Connectors- Red and Black (1pc)

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015000109-0

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XT150 Charge lead w/6mm Gold Connectors - Red and Black with 4mm connectors to suit most chargers, overall length 280mm.

IMPORTANT: "These are not cheap copied XT150 plugs. These original Nylon XT150 plugs, manufactured by AMASS, can handle over 150A current for extended periods without exceeding 80DegC thanks to their better contact surface area. The plug is also less likely to deform or melt in comparison to copied non-Nylon XT150 plugs."

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  • SKU:
    015000109-0
  • Brand:
    No
  • Weight(g)
    42.00
  • Length
    70.00
  • Width:
    20.00
  • Height:
    60.00
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Very satisfied.

And it is well used....
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The problem with these new connector types is the lack of standards. Motionrc (dotcom) sells batteries with XT150 connectors and the batteries have the barrel ends. They also sell charge plugs with two plug ends...which works perfectly from my point of view as you can't accidentally plug the batteries positive and negative port together.

Hobbyking sells this charge plug which is decent quality...but they use barrel for the negative and plug for the positive...which means I had to replace the negative connector on the two charge plugs I purchased. Not a big deal but the wire used in this plug is also pretty small so you can't pull on the wire to snap the plastic case into position without breaking the wire. If you're like me and want to replace the negative so both ends are plug types, use a 3mm allen screwdriver to press the barrel connector into the housing...works perfectly and will not put stress on the wire. Also, make sure you put the cover on the first before soldering the plug as it's a lot easier to install from the button vs the top.
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