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Old 10-06-2008, 07:15 PM
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Connector & Wire Crimping Services

Tired of soldering all your wires in your marker?

Wish your E-Mag solenoid had a removable connector to your board?

Want a better solution?

I can crimp connectors on 26-30awg wires for almost all electronic component for you!

Each wire can be cut and then crimped with a "pig-tail" to make wiring up your marker a 60 second task.

I recommend using the 2-pos connectors as they are used by 90% of the board and electronic companies you can get components from, however, other size connectors are avaliable.
(currently 4-pos connectors are not avalible)

(Picture comming soon!!!)

Specs on the crimps:

The male ends (commonly found on the ends of your solenoids and battery snaps) are 1.5mm style.
The female ends are a matching mate to the male ends and take the same connectors as the male housings.
Both connectors are 2-pos, single row. (I do have 3-pos connectors comming for use on the HES in an E-Mag!)
All parts are RoHos compliant (if you love that mother earth stuff!)

How this all works:

(1) Order a wire harness for your UTB (or any other board you may want to install)
- If you did NOT purchase your parts through me, you may send them to me for connector installation. (such as solenoids, caps, other wire harneses, ect)

(2) Layout all the parts in your gun/setup the way you wish them to look for the final product.
- Connectors add 0.385" (9.85mm) MORE length to your layout. Please plan to ADD this length in your calculations.
- YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE for the proper lengths requested upon sending components to me for crimping.*

(3) Cut all your wires on your harness and components so they are to the lengths you need.
- If you are un-certain of the needed wire length, leave it LONGER! You can always send that component in later when you choose.
- It is also a good idea to plan for wire management if you are the neat freak that I am about loose wires. If you plan to run the wires in bunches, plan to have them setup this way prior to making any adjustments and cutting.

(4) Mark out ALL the wires with a ledgable diagram to where they go and what components.
- This would be important in the case where your solenoid polarity is key.
- I recommend using a simple wire diagram layout chart. Dont get too carried away with it! A simple "Solenoid + (red wire) to EP Solenoid wire (blue wire) on UTB" is all it takes to make it simple. You can print this diagram, label what each wire goes to, and send it into the package.
- Please REFRAIN from using JUST COLOR to note the wires you want to mate the components with. The UTB has 2 different wire harnesses avalible. Please use the corresponding NAMES & COLORS from the wire harness you are sending in.
- If you do not send a wire diagram with your parts, I will do my best. In the event that the connector fails/components damage/must be re-crimped, I am NOT responsible.

(5) Send the harness, wire diagram, and components to me, I will crimp and install connectors on all wires requested.

(6) I send all components back to you after receiving payment.
- I accept Paypal ONLY. Please DO NOT send cash. If you are paying with a credit card or any other service that adds fees, please add 3%.

This is a really simple way to replace parts in your gun if you dont want to desolder and re-solder everything. If done right, it can make an install look verfy clean and simple!

Cost: $2 per male connector / $2 per female connector ( there are 2 wires to every 1 connector). So, if your want your solenoid to have a connector as well as the wire harness, it would be $4 dollars. (prices DO NOT include shipping, please plan to add $5 as a minimum)

I would RECOMMEND having the solenoid, battery connector, and trigger done. I can install connectors on the LED as well. So if you want a really tight install on that, it can be done!

** This post will be revised WEEKLY ** I have been working from my home and remotely on my laptop. If you have any questions,.. please post them PUBLICLY first so I can update my FAQ section.

~ P8nt

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Old 10-06-2008, 07:16 PM
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#1) I want a connector on my trigger switch, but there is some soldering needed to attach the wires to the switch. Do I have to do this before I send the switch to you?

- No. But it makes things a bit easier.

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Old 10-23-2008, 11:44 AM
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This would be a perfect solution for dropping a DF valve into an E/X/SFL.
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Old 10-23-2008, 11:56 AM
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do you have the wiring and connectors for a warp harness for AGD Emag boards?

gonna need that in my next project.

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Old 10-23-2008, 06:54 PM
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do you have the wiring and connectors for a warp harness for AGD Emag boards?

gonna need that in my next project.

-Chris

Nah. I didnt bother getting the crimper for them because the E-Mag boards are no longer being produced and its the ONLY board that uses these connectors (besides the racegun,.. which is ALSO no longer being produced)

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I just saw that you cannot make connectors for the emag boards. I need a "Y" plug so that I can connect both a warp cable AND a RF transmitter into the board. Any suggestions?
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Old 12-01-2008, 09:27 AM
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I just saw that you cannot make connectors for the emag boards. I need a "Y" plug so that I can connect both a warp cable AND a RF transmitter into the board. Any suggestions?

new board.......?
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new board.......?
LOL sure. But in the mean time a Y harness would do just fine :-P
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LOL sure. But in the mean time a Y harness would do just fine :-P
forget about doing a y-cable. just expose a bit on each cable and solder to those points with the cable for the RF transmitter. would suggest to put some heat shrink wrap on it then.....but electrical tape will work just fine.

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forget about doing a y-cable. just expose a bit on each cable and solder to those points with the cable for the RF transmitter. would suggest to put some heat shrink wrap on it then.....but electrical tape will work just fine.

-Chris
That is my other route. However, since the new Empire Prophesy is not mine, I would rather just make it plug-n-play for now for testing purposes. Im not sure the sound sensor on it will pick up the gun firing while the loader is sitting on a warpfeed.
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