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Old 4th November 2011, 07:03 PM   #1
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Default Nichicon Gold Tune Terminal Wiring


I'm building an amp power supply using the Nichicon Gold Tune caps.
They have gold plated Quick Disconnects.

The issue is I'm running 10AWG wire from the F.W.B. to the Cap Quick
Disconnect terminal, but then need to run the wire from there
to the resistor for C-R-C. So there are two wires going into one
quick disconnect.

I wish they had put 3 or 4 terminals on it like the ASC oil filled caps.

What do you suggest to wire 2 10AWG wires into one terminal?

Also, these quick disconnects are gold plated while the mating
Female terminals are Tin plated. Is there some issue with this?

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