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    I've used Seacon before. Same thing.
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    I assume robotic cord is a yankism for flexible drag chain cable used in automated machinery where it is designed to withstand constantly flexing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woz View Post
    I would need to replace both sides of it. 82. That's ridiculous.
    I hear you, but...

    Quote Originally Posted by Piemaster View Post
    Something like this? http://www.amronintl.com/seacon-mcil...le-2-pins.html at 15 per end it's a bit better I guess.
    The only semi-decent thing about the E/O connectors is that when the end which goes most quickly (canister, in my experience), you can whip it out, chop off all but the last 150mm and you have a spare for when the torch end breaks. You wouldn't have that option. The E/Os are also reluctant to unplug by mistake, which is handy.



    Quote Originally Posted by notdeadyet View Post
    I'm guessing E/O are actually Sea Con connectors as Electric Ocean haven't existed for about a decade.

    Have you tried going direct to Sea Con or their distributors? Bound to be cheaper.
    I've not managed to find them on the website. Probably just my short sight...

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeF View Post
    I assume robotic cord is a yankism for flexible drag chain cable used in automated machinery where it is designed to withstand constantly flexing?
    Yup.
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    The cable isn't broken. It's the contacts that are rubbish. I get 12V at the batter, about 8 on the vest connector.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woz View Post
    The cable isn't broken. It's the contacts that are rubbish. I get 12V at the batter, about 8 on the vest connector.
    Oddly, I've never had connector trouble, just the shite flex breaking. Which is why I'm obsessed with its implied resistance to breaking that way.

    Robotic my ar$e.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkP View Post
    Oddly, I've never had connector trouble, just the shite flex breaking. Which is why I'm obsessed with its implied resistance to breaking that way.

    Robotic my ar$e.
    Connector my ar$e
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkP View Post



    I've not managed to find them on the website. Probably just my short sight...
    I think they are called Wet Con.

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    Thanks, but I still can't find the E/O type with a male and female connector on the same end.

    Still screwed...
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    How about just chopping the bugger off and putting this on:
    https://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Product...j6NRoC74Pw_wcB
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