Nice connectors, but be aware they are 45amps only per contact. Also there is a locking pin that has to be ordered seperately.Don't seem to as quite well made as the original, but close enough to fit into them. The tabs that contact each other are slightly different in shape and have a crimp option which makes them a bit longer. This actually makes them easier to insert into the housing once you have attached your wire.
The red connector housing has a washed out color compared to the original. The connecting tabs also seem to be a bit rougher in their surface texture, and the spring tabs are stiffer which makes the finished connector somewhat harder to plug together.They are the 30A pins as someone else mentioned, but I knew that when I bought them. I'm very happy with the quality and see no reason that these are less superior to my original Anderson ones. These connectors are the bomb for setting up your charging rigs and all the other crazy setups I'm trying to plug into one-another. I'm also using these in my 12s Trex 600 but with the 45A pins without issue and no heat. Get a good crimper for these though, I got mine from Powerwerks and it's awesome. They also sell pins on their own so you can get 15A and 45A contacts but still use these housings.and by the way, you need to use the right crimping tool to do the job right. But you can always solder which would defeat the purpose of the original design of this connector (if you know what these 45 anderson powerpole connectors are).The title is misleading, but kind of correct at least part way. This is, the Anderson Powerpole "type" / "copy" connectors. Buy at your own risk. "45" may mislead people to think this is the 45 housing with the 45 conductor pins (for upto 10 awg wires), which I believe is not in this case. I think they're either 15 or 30 for the pins. The housing "should" fit 15, 30, 45 powerpole type connectors. I bought the genuine ones and very happy with them.