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D5 Strong power connector help

post #1 of 16
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I recieved my d5 strong 2 days ago and I cannot figure out the power connector. It is extremely over sized.

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Anybody have any idea what type of connector it is? Do I have to mod it to a molex connector or is there an easier workaround?

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
-Tartarus
post #2 of 16
It should fit a 4 pin molex. Does yours not fit?
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Yea thats half a male molex connector
    
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post #4 of 16
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I feel like it is half of one of these 4 pin power connectors.

post #5 of 16
its called a Tamiya connector found in the Radio Controlled hobby.
mainly found on high-amp discharge battery packs or electric motors.
you should change it to a more commomly used connector like the molex
because of the amperage draw.

airdeano
post #6 of 16
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Originally Posted by airdeano View Post

its called a Tamiya connector found in the Radio Controlled hobby.
mainly found on high-amp discharge battery packs or electric motors.
you should change it to a more commomly used connector like the molex
because of the amperage draw.
airdeano


Thanks a lot. I plan on swaping it to a molex once I get around to finding my old soldering gun.


Thanks!
post #7 of 16
I find it odd that yours came with that connector. My D5 strong came with a molex adapter. Where did you buy your D5 strong from?
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post #8 of 16
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I got it new off of ebay. It was only $50
post #9 of 16
someone has modded the end connector. you wont have to solder the connector, they are crimped
connections. unless you have a spare to sub in..

airdeano
post #10 of 16
Hi. I got same connection on my D5T Strong/790 N.
But here is the problem, I have moded to MOLEX red on 1st from right, than black, but my new pump refuses to start madsmiley.png , when I read manual it stand operating voltage "8-24V", start voltage 8volt/VDC, but MOLEX is just 5VDC righ, how can it power 8V++ pump? Is it any way that I can get the pump operating fromnMB/PSU?

Currently without desktop pc, coz pump won't start. Please help
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