[volt-nuts] 7081 connector part number Q
fabioeb at quipo.it
Wed Apr 18 21:49:06 UTC 2012
The mickle way seems the best, but I have to find some
solid teflon, and a way to drill precisely.
I could also put a good quantity of teflon tape around
the pins, so the resin doesn't come in contact with the
measurement pins, but after I should test the connector.
Is there a way to estimate the leackage for such a cable?
Reading a stable Voltage source with and without a series
m k <m1k3k1 at hotmail.com> ha scritto:
>> Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2012 16:16:21 +0200
>> From: fabioeb at quipo.it
>> To: volt-nuts at febo.com
>> Subject: Re: [volt-nuts] 7081 connector part number Q
>> Hello, followed the discussion about connector, I don't want to
>> spend more on the connectors than on the meters I have.
> Yes, it seems painful, but the alternative is to butcher the meter.
>> I'm thinking to build some, I have a pair of cheap kelvin clips,
>> the ones used on RLC meters with 4bnc connectors.
>> The bnc central pin fits in the solartron connector and also bnc
>> outer shell fits in, so I can use one shell and 5 pins to build
>> a connector, I need a way to fix in place the pins.
>> Each pin will be soldered to cable and isolated by heat shrink tubing,
>> after it will be inserted in the connector and I will use
>> a syringe to inject some glue to fix them in place, naturally
>> the connector will be held vertical and the bottom of the connector
>> will be sealed.
> The way to do it is to machine a part like Mickle did.
>> I'm thinking about some two component glue like uhu plus
>> in the connector, what do you think about this, will I have leackage
> I think it is quite likely, the specified parts are made with a PEEK
> insulator.I remember having a teflon part machined for the company I
> was working for and the subcontractor used an inappropriate cutting
> fluid so the teflon was badly conductive. a week in the ultrasonic
> bath with HPLC grade 99.999% IPA didnt cure them, they had to be
>> "David C. Partridge" <david.partridge at perdrix.co.uk> ha scritto:
>> > Be prepared for pain. When I last got some a couple of years ago
>> > they were about £25 plus VAT per connector, with a MOV of about £100.
>> > Dave
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