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Como comenté en el encabezado, no lo recibí por razones de entrega, pero lo describiré porque tuve algunos de estos conectores que compré en una ferretería.
Son buenos a secas y sellan decentemente si usas pistola de calor (no recomendable usar con encendedor), pero últimamente están muy caros, su precio normal debe oscilar los $300-350 y actualmente cuestan el doble. Es necesario tener una buena crimpadora para colocarlos bien, teniendo cuidado de usar las mandíbulas correctas para terminales aisladas según su calibre y así no dañar el plástico.
Worked Great. On some I crimped too hard and broke the heat shrink, noticed upon shrinking. Also I was a little concerned the heat shrink is fairly stiff. I added additional marine grade heat shrink over top just incase. Also added dielectric inside, super easy to strip wires, stick in bullet, & crimp. This sped up my electrical on trailer by hours. (normally soldier split joint and marine grade shrink overtop, sometimes liquid electrical tape, but be careful liquid electrical does not flex with wires well and can let water in depending where you out it.
They crimp well, and weather seal great after applying heat; they almost fuse to the wire. I had to cut one off because I messed up, and you would not believe how well it was stuck to the wire’s coating. Good product; highly recommended.
Heat shrink works well enough, but it’s advertised as soldering. With these, the center has to be crimped. There is no solder in the middle. They are better than the non-shrinking crimps, but not as good as the type that melt the wire section together that I thought I was getting