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Old 12 May 2014, 04:59   #1
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Bravo High Pressure BP12 Pump Connectors

Looking for a little help. I have just replaced my pump with one of the new Bravo BP12's. I would like to make dedicated 12v connections for it in the car and camper but i'm struggling to find the correct connectors.

Does anyone know the name of these connectors or even better know where to get them?

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Old 12 May 2014, 07:48   #2
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Try your local Motor Factors, they'll know what you want.
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Cheers, I didnt think of that.
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Are you going to put these onto the car battery or bring back to another point in the car?
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I'm going to use an old winch feed that I have on the car. It should cope with the current quite easily.
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best replacing with Anderson connectors - see Nashers thread


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Not sure if you have looked on here Cables and Connectors | Maplin - The Electronics Specialist
but they have most things.

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why not put a cigarette lighter plug on it like mobile phone chargers use then just plug it into any power point already in the car
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bravo pump can draw more current than cig lighter adapter ...

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why not put a cigarette lighter plug on it like mobile phone chargers use then just plug it into any power point already in the car
Ohhhhh those things make me shudder, especially the cheap ones.
They don't take much current before melting and are ripe to corrode inside.
Do a proper job with genuine Anderson or good quality replicas.

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