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    Default Trying to find this connector

    This is a cable connector that came with my square 1.5Kw spindle. I need to find a replacement connector so I can make a new cable.
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    The cable connector connects to the female located on the spindle.
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    If anyone knows where I can get this connector, or even what this type connector is called so I can do some searching.

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    I have seen some sold on a chinese site, can't remember atm. Mine i bought recently from Lapp, the guys that supply cable, but the "genuine" good quality one's from Lapp and Rs components are quite expensive.
    Think i paid around $50 AUS, for the complete male and female



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    I just had a look at the Lapp site...here the plug is around $20 AUD, you do have Lapp in America

    Hope this helps



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    Default Re: Trying to find this connector

    Link?

    I would pay $20 for the male plug. My other option is to take the original connector off the cable it is on and make dongle that connects to a more common connector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msimpson99 View Post
    Link?

    I would pay $20 for the male plug. My other option is to take the original connector off the cable it is on and make dongle that connects to a more common connector.
    With a bit of googling...

    https://lappusa.lappgroup.com



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    Default Re: Trying to find this connector

    Try this link: https://lappdigitallibrary.cld.bz/LA...og/301/#zoom=z. It's to the North American catalog (and the site).



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    Looks like you all sorted now



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    Default Re: Trying to find this connector

    Looks like it is an HA 4 connector. Searching on Ebay I was able to get four (used) connectors with housings delivered for under $50.

    Thanks again for the help.

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    Patience and perseverance have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish.


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    Default Re: Trying to find this connector

    This looks like a Harting connector, https://www.elfadistrelec.no/Web/Dow...6/04347126.pdf



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    Default Re: Trying to find this connector

    I am a industrial electrician by trade and reading people writing that metal connectors do not cause fire makes me wounder where they get this claim from. I have seen die moulded aluminium connectors melted from earth faults, blown wide open from series arcing over time. Sure, I would feel much safer about metal style connectors but saying they do not cause fire is upright wrong.



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    Default Re: Trying to find this connector

    Quote Originally Posted by oscilloman View Post
    I am a industrial electrician by trade and reading people writing that metal connectors do not cause fire makes me wounder where they get this claim from. I have seen die moulded aluminium connectors melted from earth faults, blown wide open from series arcing over time. Sure, I would feel much safer about metal style connectors but saying they do not cause fire is upright wrong.
    Technically, they don't cause fire, the shorting does



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    Default Re: Trying to find this connector

    Quote Originally Posted by underthetire View Post
    Technically, they don't cause fire, the shorting does
    Yes, shorting to the metal housing, I just wanted people to know that connectors made with metal housing do at some occations make really hot sparks as well. But sure, if it is on your own hobby mill, and you are not running lights out I would not be afraid to use a noname connector from china.



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    Default Re: Trying to find this connector

    wmgeorge,

    I am a master donut maker not a Master Electrician like you and would like to know how you determined the current capacity, internal resistance of the terminals, dielectric material, voltage failure or breakdown rating and thermal properties of the connectors jalessi posted just by looking at a picture and not using any type of test equipment.

    Please educate all of us less informed apprentice hobby electricians that don't have x-ray vision.

    Live from downtown L.A. home of the relentless Cup-O-Joe
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    Default Trying to find this connector

    I work in a power plant, we have metal 480v 3 phase 100amp welding plugs all over the place. They are all metal bodies.
    We also use metal Amphenol plugs on tons of control wires.
    Don’t mangel the pins and make sure you have proper insulation and strain reliefs, metal plugs are fine


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