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Old 24 August 2015, 02:26   #1
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Anyone know a part number for the black and yellow battery connector on the bravo btp 12 battery pack?

It's visible on this link. http://www.ibsparts.co.uk/electric-p...manometer.html
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Old 24 August 2015, 03:09   #2
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Anyone know a part number for the black and yellow battery connector on the bravo btp 12 battery pack?

It's visible on this link. Ni/Mh Battery Kit for Bravo BP12, BP12 SUP, BTP 12 Digital and Manometer
just had a look at mine no part number on it but i would look on RS components it is just a two wire baynet connector needs to be able to carry more than 20amps.

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Thanks Jeff, I have some decent connectors but hoping someone recognises it so I don't have to cut off the existing ones as it may cause warranty issues?

Im sure they made it hard to find on purpose!
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Thanks Jeff, I have some decent connectors but hoping someone recognises it so I don't have to cut off the existing ones as it may cause warranty issues?

Im sure they made it hard to find on purpose!
just had a look again they come apart split the connector then the yellow bit comes off, then you put a thin screw driver down from the other end and release the spade connector pull out the wire, you might be able to re-use by opening the crimp or de-soldering if soldered.i would say a good motor spares shop will have new spades.

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