Bit of a long shot..... I have ordered some of the ITT Cannon Sure Seal IP67 connectors to interface with some existing on a control unit..... All from Farnell.....
The pins and sockets are meant to be crimoed on with a special tool, but having taken an old one apart am not worried about that as they look simple enough to crimp /solder up without (the tool is serious money and I only need to do about 10 pin /sockets total)....
But, there is an insertion tool (Finbarr Saunders would have a filed day
) which is required to push teh pins etc into the rubber housing.... here it is CITG-SS-1 - ITT CANNON - INSERTION TOOL | Farnell United Kingdom
I'm not going to pay £140 for a few quids worth of pins etc, so can anyone advise if it is really required /is there an alternative (other than wait til they turn up and try to stuff them in) OR does anyone have a tool I could borrow for Beer tokens?
Not sure if anyone knows the system, but any advice appreciated