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Connector/Adaptor: From Male to Female Conductor Waterproof trailer connector (10"long, 12AWG)

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  • 1 pcs Connector/Adapter:  From Male to Female Conductor Waterproof trail connector (10"long, 12AWG) 
  • Used for bike light cable connector and in transportable modules of model railroads.  
  • Male Polarity assignment
    • Red (Unexposed Pin) = Positive
    • Black (Expose Pin) = Negative 
  • Female plug Polarity assignment
    • Red (Exposed Pin) = Positive
    • Black (Unexposed Pin) = Negative 
  •  weight 2 oz (57 g)
  • Note: Please DIY with correct polarity. Batteryspace is not responsible for any damage caused by misunderstanding and misuse! 

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(2 Ratings, 2 Reviews) Average Rating:
battery related items of any one I have found
nwbobber (Longview, WA) 6/29/2012 3:12 PM
I ordered a battery pack for my dive light, recieved it promptly, everything is just as I ordered it. They have the broadest selection of battery related items of any one I have found, and a lot of great information on the website. The website could use a going over by someone more proficient in english grammar though. Good experience, overall.
Great for bike lighting system!
WriConsult (Unknown) 12/17/2007 12:15 PM
I've used this product in both the headlight and running lights of my bike lighting system. Headlight My primary light is a 30W Philips EnergyAdvantage (24 degree narrow flood) MR16 in an Optronics housing, driven by a 14.4V NiMH battery (4200mAh) from batteryspace.com. Battery is mounted in a CageRocket, with hole drilled in the side for a waterproof switch from batteryspace. Connectors are the very rugged "waterproof" ones from batteryspace. Unlike my v1.0 homebrew light project, which used quick-and-dirty but ugly crimp connectors, all connections on my v2.0 are soldered and shrinkwrapped. I've been using my running lights for a couple years now and they're working out great. I have four Piranha automotive LED side marker lights on my bike: an amber one on each fork leg, and a red one on each seatstay. Each of these is about 2" long, contains two emitters, is very bright and consumes around 1/2 watt. I have four more of these units (in addition to $20 worth of DOT reflective tape) on my child's Chariot Sidecarrier trailer, with connectors that let me tap the trailer into the bike's running lights whenever I'm using it. Driven by a little 2000mAh 12V pack from batteryspace that I've had for a couple of years (current model is 2200mAh), this system has performed flawlessly for nearly 2 years of year-round (yes, including summer) commuting. I'm not using a switch, since that's been a failure point for me in the past: I just plug the running lights in at the beginning of a ride, and unplug them at my destination.
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