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Old 12-06-2012, 05:35 AM   #1
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Default Jeti AFC Anti-Spark Connectors

Am I missing something?

I saw these Jeti AFC Anti-Spark Connectors on
http://www.espritmodel.com/jeti-afc-...s-4mm-75a.aspx

Why do I need to buy the Jeti female AFC connector with every set?

If the female AFC connector is the only active component then surely I need one in the model for the battery connectors and possibly another for the lead to my charger and all the other connectors on my batteries can be regular connectors?

Is it just cheaper to market a set of connectors and include one AFC female in every set rather than dealers stocking the AFC females as one item and the regular Jeti male/female connectors as another item?

If anyone has experience of these connectors can they advise if the female AFC connector is only compatible with other connectors in the Jeti set or will they match any other brand of 4mm gold plated connectors?
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