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deans ultra to JR plug

Old 08-21-2010, 07:23 PM
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Default deans ultra to JR plug

does anyone know of a plug adapter for deans to JR (rx) plug?
i didnt know if they made such a thing or where to buy one.

thanks
Nick
Old 08-21-2010, 09:33 PM
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Default RE: deans ultra to JR plug

go to this site :rcdude.com
they have all kinds of connectors.
Old 08-22-2010, 05:39 AM
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Default RE: deans ultra to JR plug

You could cut off your old JR connector and solder it to a deans connector quicker than ordering a connector combo
Old 08-22-2010, 10:04 AM
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Default RE: deans ultra to JR plug

Yeah, thanks. I was just looking to find out if there
Is a lower gauge wire, besides a HD servo ext.

Thanks
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Default RE: deans ultra to JR plug

Highly unlikely you'll find such a critter so making your own is the quickest and cheapest way to accomplish that.
The size wire that a JR plug will accomodate is the limiting factor here and predicated on the physical size of the pin and
socket. The current limitations of any rc radio/servo connector is commonly listed as somewhere between 3 and 4 amps
which is way under what a Deans connector is capable of. So why bother other than the ability to connect two devices with
different interfaces. If you want to get more current to a receiver then take a Deans and hang 2 or more JR plugs off of it.
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Default RE: deans ultra to JR plug

Jlb

This setup goes from a 7.4 lipo to my mpi regulator.
Maybe I'll have to put a male deans on my REG and
a female on the lipo. Right now I have "thin" modified
ext on 10aug wire. Just makes more sense to use a HD
Ext.

Thanks

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