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Old 12-18-2004, 07:16 PM   #1
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Default banana plug splitter

just wondering what u guys are using to split the power supply output besides hex wrenches. ive been searching for a REAL splitter for a while now and nobody seems to make them. before i make my own spitter, it thought id ask u guys for ideas.
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hex wrenches??????????????
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Old 12-18-2004, 07:21 PM   #3
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yeah, those L shaped ones. u clip em to the output. and clip ur devices to the wrench.
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Old 12-18-2004, 07:37 PM   #4
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you can find banana plugs that will plug into each other or make a box with female banana plugs mounted on a box.
i will try and take pics tomorrow.
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these are really cool

http://westmountainradio.com/RIGrunnerRC.htm
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Much More Racing has the nicest banana plug splitter out there IMO.
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wow! much more racing is really nice. it would be " A MUST" item when using high amps power supply.
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Integy sells one like this but with aligator clips/banana plugs


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Integy sells one like this but with aligator clips/banana plugs




do u have the link?
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Much More Racing has the nicest banana plug splitter out there IMO.
Any pix? Where can you get 'em?
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do u have the link?
http://integy.automated-shops.com/cg...26104242370.4e
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I think the one I posted is better. Each individual circut is fuse protected and each can handle 40 amps. Granted it doesn't look as cool but better functions.
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I think the one I posted is better. Each individual circut is fuse protected and each can handle 40 amps. Granted it doesn't look as cool but better functions.

is that the splitter or the power supply unit?
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That's the splitters. The basic one is just a 5 port with no switches. The bigger ones have switches and voltage indicators. I also prefer the power pole connectors. I don't have one yet but will soon.
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