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Old 03 April 2015, 17:40   #1
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Bravo BP12

Does anyone know what the electrical connector is called between the Bravo BP12 pump and the crocodile clips? They seem to look a bit similar to a Tamiya connector - but not sure they're quite the same. Wanted to make up a separate connector depending on whether i'm running the pump from the car battery or from my little portable battery. If anyone does know - any idea where I can get hold of one?
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Bravo BP12

You can cut the supplied plug off and use an Anderson plug.

I did the very same thing. I found the croc clips were a pita when using the pub on my rib as the battery was in a battery box.
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Yup cut old off and use anderson connectors
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Cheers - will give it a go.
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I used small Anderson connectors on mine.

See here:
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And post 6 on this thread.
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Me too. Also have a 40a fused feed on the van with an Anderson connector and an extension lead for the Bravo.
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