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Power Transfer/Charger Kit
Power Transfer/Charger Kit
Power Distribution Center Kit
Power Distribution Center Kit
Power Connector kit
Power Connector Kit

Dual-Band J-Pole
J-Pole Antennas

Power Connector Kit

  • 1 input, 4 fused outputs
  • Supports continuous current of 30A or more
  • Build your own Kit - save money and do it yourself! Competitor units cost more than double!
  • Flexible - many uses
  • ARES, RACES, RSGB, ARRL standard connectors
  • Industrial Strength DC Power distribution
  • Genuine Anderson PowerPole Connectors with silver plated contact pins
  • Each output shares a single fuse
  • Hot-Connect, quick-change PowerPole connections
  • Daisy-chain several units together for lots of outputs
  • Use for collecting energy from multiple Solar Panels
  • Great for power distribution from Solar Charge Controller output to the DC load
  • Use in the Car, EOC, Go-Kit, Home, Base station, or all of them!
  • Handles 30A (total load) with option for 45A total (add your own bus bars onto the board)
  • Dimensions: 2.4" x 0.7" board, 1.25" tall assembled
  • Mounting holes for M2.5 or #3 machine screws, on 0.562" x 2.272" centers - 0.1" diameter

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Power Connector Kit PC-4
5 Anderson Power Pole Connections - one fused Input 4 Outputs PC4a
Kit Options - USB module option, with a wired input
Input wires soldered on bottom of board, USB module runs on fused output PC4-usb2
Other Kit Options - USB module option, with alternate input mount
Input on bottom of board, USB module runs on input PC4-usb
Power Connector Kit Assembly Instructions: MS Word Doc Format PDF Format
Here are the kit Assembly Instructions: (coming soon)
Board Files: Top Assembly Diagram Bottom Assembly Diagram Schematic Diagram JPEG

Or you can always get a nice PowerWerx PD-4 with only 3 outputs for $24 (plus shipping)... :-) or Order two of these with more outputs and options, for the same price!
Designed and built in the USA - by a HAM for HAMs
Contact me email or by my callsign through QRZ.com or ARRL.net.