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Old 14th November 2012, 06:04 PM   #11
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BS22-M - PANDUIT - TERMINAL, BUTT SPLICE, CRIMP | Farnell United Kingdom

US Stock so should be on the US farnell site
@ 2mm OD. but will soon build up bulk as you use more.
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BS22-M - PANDUIT - TERMINAL, BUTT SPLICE, CRIMP | Farnell United Kingdom

US Stock so should be on the US farnell site
@ 2mm OD. but will soon build up bulk as you use more.
Those look perfect, thanks for the reference. Hopefully I can find an insulated version.

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The last place I remember seeing them is Radio Shack, years ago.
Thanks - I did find some locally: IN-LINE TELECOM BUTT SPLICE CONNECTOR | AllElectronics.com But the wierd thing is that both wire enter on only one end. Why would they do that?..

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How about using the contacts (only) from crimped DB-xx connectors, like these from Amp: Subminiature D Pins/Sockets for MIL-C-24308 and MIL-C-39029 Product Feature Selector - TE (avail. from Digikey).
Crimp them on and cover with heatshrink. I've done it and if you use the screw-machined ones, they're very reliable. I know, pain in the patush, but...
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Those look good too, thanks. I'll probably give them a try.
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