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    Is there any downside to using "wago" type connectors?

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    I have some temporary (3 - 6 months till I change bikes) wiring for a GPS tracker and battery pack and was considering these.

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    Default Re: Joining wiring.

    Quote Originally Posted by newrevver View Post
    Is there any downside to using "wago" type connectors?
    These things? https://www.wago.com/global/installa...ctor/p/222-413

    I really wouldn't like to try. I don't think they're designed for vibration at all. Let us know how you get on if you do try it!

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    Default Re: Joining wiring.

    That's the WAGO connectors, yes thanks. Good point about vibration but if i do use them I'll report back.

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