Altimeter wiring kit

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  1. Feb 24, 2017 #1

    Ringo

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    Hi,

    Who makes altimeter wiring kits? Looking for the wires wig the quick disconects.


    Thanks
     
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    dixontj93060

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    Dog House used to make some but I think they shut down.
     
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    FMarvinS

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    If you are interested in "quick disconnects" check Adept Rocketry ( http://www.adeptrocketry.com/CAB2cart.htm ) CAB 2 cables that are easily used via the molex attached units for quick connect/release. I have used them placed through the av-bay bulkhead to attach e matches without any failures.

    Fred,
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  6. Feb 25, 2017 #6

    jcamhale

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    +1 On the stuff from Binder (Doghouse). I've used their stuff on all of my high power rockets. Including my L2 and L3. Great products!
     
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    +2 on the Binder/Doghouse kits. Their wire is teflon-jacketed... the insulation doesn't melt and curl back when you solder it.
     
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    MikeyDSlagle

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    Interesting. No more screws to fiddle with! These look like they will work for an airstart/DD I got in the works.

    Thanks for posting.

    Mikey D
     
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    FMarvinS

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    Mikey-if you phone Tommy of Adept (http://www.adeptrocketry.com/ordering.htm , contact phone number in center of page) -he is extremely knowledgeable and I'm quite sure he'd be glad to cite chapter & verse on the CAB cable use in air-starts.

    Fred
     
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    MikeyDSlagle

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    Will have to check into it. Had thought about just using my JLCR for DD but want to limit collateral in case of disaster. Dual deploy and airstarts all from my Eggtimer. I have a few ideas about what I want to do, these will simplify things a bit.
     
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    Thanks! We only use premium teflon coated stranded wire and real Molex brand locking connectors. Super high quality.
     

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