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Added SAE 2 Pin – 14 AWG !!!

by on Mar.05, 2012, under SAE 2 Pin

We recently added SAE 2 Pin connector assemblies with 14 AWG leads to our product line !!!

At this point we have a stock of “Power Side” assemblies with 14 AWG pigtail leads, i.e., red insulated conductor leading to the protected “female” side of the SAE 2 Pole connector.

We will be expanding our inventory of this product line from there – 1st to follow will be “Load Side” assemblies.  Then we will move on to assemblies with two black insulated leads (both 12″ pigtails & 5′ whips), which allows the installer to use the assemblies as desired with respect to polarity (Reference: past posts specifically addressing SAE 2 Pin connector polarity).

This line of SAE 2 Pin connectors with 14 AWG leads and whips is part of our continuing efforts to meet an ever wider range of current carrying capabilities.  Although we focus on motorcycle related applications here, there are a vast number of other applications for which our customers wish to use SAE 2 Pin connectors.

Our line of SAE 2 Pin connector assemblies enable many a “do-it-yourself” installer to obtain the wire gauge with the current carrying capacity necessary for his or her specific application.

We appreciate hearing about our customers’ intended applications – especially when we learn of those we hadn’t heard before.  Actually, intended use has often driven our development of an addition to our product line.  We have worked hand-in-hand with several customers in pinpointing the features of an assembly that will ultimately meet the needs of others, as well.

This is our chosen niche – addressing the needs of customers with a desire to utilize the SAE 2 Pin connector in their project.  We have, and will continue to develop our product line on that basis.  Our aim is to do that in a manner that creates ease on the part of our customers – both in terms of making products easily obtained at a reasonable price, and by providing a forum through which technical information can be accessed.

As always, we encourage our readers to comment and ask any questions they may have – chances are, if you have a question, others do, as well.  Therefore, others will benefit from your inquiry, and there lies the beauty of a technical forum such as this.

To view our products, please see our ecommerce website at: www.solarcapitalist.com

Please also see our Blog at: www.sae2pin.com

We’d be thrilled to discuss the specifics of Your particular application and answer any questions!

Contact Ray Bowers via cell with call or text at 302-562-1706, or email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com

 

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Heated Clothing COAX x SAE 2 Pin Adapter Assembly Stock

by on Feb.21, 2012, under COAX

Our Heated Clothing COAX x SAE 2 Pin Adapter Assembly has been popular over the past years, and we increased our stock stock in preparation for early Spring 2012 riders!

This handy adapter assembly allows those who would like to avoid installing a 2nd Quick Connect pigtail – in addition to their Deltran Battery Tender Fused Quick Connect pigtail.

In other words, if in lieu of installing the COAX Quick Connect assembly that accompanied your heated clothing, you’d rather tap into your bike’s battery and charging system power via your existing Battery Tender pigtail – we’ve got the adapter for you!

This Heated Clothing COAX x SAE 2 Pin Adapter Assembly couples to the SAE 2 Pin end of your Battery Tender pigtail, making it a quick and convenient alternative to the Heated Clothing Quick Connect assembly.

Understand, you will be limited by the 7.5 amp fuse integral to your Deltran Battery Tender Fused Quick Connect pigtail.  Therefore, you won’t be able to stack up multiple pieces of heated clothing.  You should be fine powering a pair of heated gloves, but it’s important to consult the literature accompanying your heated clothing for the specific amperage draw.

I’ve hooked up and powered my girlfriend Jann’s (Tourmaster) heated gloves in this manner many times with no problem whatsoever.  I generally couple-up the assembly before I mount up (taking a few loops around the rear highway bar adjacent to where my Battery Tender pigtail hangs), and hand the gloves to Jann after she climbs on board.

For additional information (including pictures), please scroll down to similarly titled post dated 4/5/09 (below) under COAX Category.

Please also comment or email any questions or concerns – we welcome email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com

These and other products are available through our e-commerce website at:  www.solarcapitalist.com  

Here’s the link directly to the above assembly:

http://www.solarcapitalist.com/heated-clothing-coax-sae2pin-adapter.aspx

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company handling products such as the above, Deltran Battery Tenders & accessories, and Global SUNLINQ Portable Solar Chargers & accessories.

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Possibilities Provided by an SAE 2 Pin Connection

by on Oct.07, 2011, under Hello World!, SAE 2 Pin

If you’re a Biker, check out the possibilities provided by the SAE 2 Pin connection on your Fused Quick Connect “pigtail” (if you have a Deltran Battery Tender, and installed the included assembly on your motorcycle’s battery):

As the saying goes – a picture is worth a thousand words…  Made up this display to get the point across –  there are quite a few assemblies that will couple up to your Fused Quick Connect “pigtail”.  These assemblies address applications ranging from extending reach to facilitating things like adaptation of 12 Volt “cigarette lighter plug” type cell phone chargers, and COAX heated clothing (example: heated gloves) connectors.  In addition, there are butt ended assemblies allowing do-it-yourselfers to install their own accessory circuits for charging such hand held electronics as GPS units and iPods.

So, it can be visualized that the SAE 2 Pin connector on your Deltran Battery Tender “Fused Quick Connect” pigtail provides access to your motorcycle’s battery and charging system 12 volt power.  This, in addition to providing the means to conveniently and effectively maintain and thereby extend the life of your bike’s battery.

The SAE 2 Pin connector is often alternatively called an SAE 2 Prong, SAE 2 Pole, SAE 2 Conductor connector, as well as a “flat” or “trailer” connector.  Generally speaking, it is intended for 12 Volt DC applications.  Assemblies with this connector can often be found in your local automotive store – usually in the form of a 12″ extension.  Widely imported, the quality and durability fits lighter applications.

Although some of the displayed assemblies are imported from abroad, those made for Bohemian Biker LLC (and to our specifications) are manufactured here in the USA !!! The higher quality of these SAE 2 Pin connectors manufactured here in the United States is obvious – they are sturdier, and have greater strain relief.

Additional Blog Posts pertinent to the above products can be found via headings at the top of webpage.  Note – It is very important for anyone attempting to use these assemblies to have a clear understanding of electrical concepts such as “polarity”.  We highly recommend educating oneself along this line.

Products are available via our ecommerce store at: www.solarcapitalist.com

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company specializing in the Deltran line of Battery Tenders and accessories(including solar powered units), Global SUNLINQ Portable Solar Chargers and accessories, as well as, SAE 2 Pin connectors, leads, and cable assemblies (including heavier cable assemblies for handling higher amperages).

Bohemian Biker LLC and Solar Capitalist LLC are authorized dealers for both the Global Solar and Deltran lines of products.

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Another New Product – SAE 2 Pin w/ 5 foot 10 AWG Black !!!

by on Sep.26, 2011, under SAE 2 Pin

SAE 2 Pin w/ 10 AWG - 5 ft

Here’s our latest offering – SAE 2 Pin w/ 5 foot 10 AWG – Black Insulation (both leads) !!!

Now you can safely handle the higher amperage loads of some applications !!!

May be coupled with one of our 12″ SAE 2 Pin – 10 AWG pigtails to accomplish a Junction !!!

Note we also offer small alligator clips & ring teminals for the DIY assembly of Jumper Cables – avoid motorcycle seat removal !!!

Black, manufactured here in the U.S.A., and using the same high quality SAE 2 Pin connector !!!

We welcome email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com

This product is available through our new e-commerce website at:  www.solarcapitalist.com  

Here’s the link leading directly to the product discussed above: http://www.solarcapitalist.com/sae2pin-10awg-5foot-black.aspx

12 AWG version available, as well – link: http://www.solarcapitalist.com/sae2pin-12awg-5foot-black.aspx

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company handling products such as those discussed above, Deltran Battery Tenders, as well as Portable Solar Chargers – Capitalize on the Sun’s Energy !

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10 AWG Application – Customer Pic’s

by on Dec.31, 2010, under Application

Check it out…  Crafty Customer, Mark Penman, assembled and installed some of our SAE 2 Pin – 10 AWG offerings to facilitate easy access to his bike’s 12-volt battery and charging system.  Not only does he now have access via higher amp capacity leads, but he saves himself the trouble of disassembly to gain that access !!!

At 12″ long, our SAE 2 Pin – 10 AWG pigtails are generally of sufficient length to extend from a bike’s battery terminals to a point of easy access.  As can be seen in one of the photos, these “pigtails” can also be used in fabricating a battery terminal clip assembly – miniature battery terminal clips available from us, as well.

We offer SAE 2 Pin – 10 AWG Extension/Jumpers in 5′, 8′, and 10′ lengths – 5′ probably being the best choice with with respect to sufficient reach and easy storage.

It should be noted that special attention needs to be paid to polarity…not only while assembling, but also upon using such assemblies.  As can be seen in photos, Mark has marked the “Hot” (+) postive lead with Red electrical tape.  We have these pigtails manufactured with black insulation on both leads – allowing the assembler to mark as needed for a particular application.

We welcome email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com

Currently, our products are available through our new e-commerce website at:  www.solarcapitalist.com  

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company handling products such as those discussed above, as well as Portable Solar Chargers – Capitalize on the Sun’s Energy !

 
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New Products / Ideas

by on Jun.25, 2010, under Hello World!

Been a while since I posted last – caught up in daily business routines, product development, a few road trips, as well as…recovering from the loss of my Dad back in March.

Here’s a stab at updating !!!  We now have a ready supply 0f SAE 2 Pin connectors with 12 AWG pigtails (red & black insulation) – both “power side” and “load side” !!!

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One big accomplishment on the new product development front has been SAE 2 Pin Connectors with 10 AWG wire – allowing us to carry much higher amperages !!!

Not only have we had 12″ pigtail assemblies manufactured, but 5′, 8′, and 10′ jumper/extension assemblies, as well !!!

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So…think about the possibilities !!!

We made these up with all Black insulation to minimize variations, and faciltate use in a number of applications without violation of insulation/polarity standards.

Supplying these assemblies…along with ring terminals and miniature “alligator” style battery terminal clamps…paves the way for Do-it-Yourselfers to address several heavier applications.

With a little ingenuity…a convenient means of jump starting one bike off another could even be put together.

As always…strict attention to polarity is of the utmost importance !!!

 

A couple more recent additions !!!

Here’s a specialty “Right Angle” 12V Power Port Plug for those situations in which “that’s the ticket” !!!

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And…here’s a 12V Power Port USB Adapter we have recently added to our line.

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While we’re on the topic of USB adaptability…

Check out this Globle Solar SUNLINQ USB Plus Solar Charger

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A couple recent road trips have driven home the need for “on the go” charging capability.

My new iPhone seems to always be looking for more go juice…

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Contact Ray Bowers via call or text at 302-562-1706 or email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com

We invite You to check out our Blog at:  www.sae2pin.com

Our products are available through our new e-commerce website at:  www.solarcapitalist.com  

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company handling products such as those discussed above, as well as Portable Solar Chargers

 

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DIY Motorcycle Power Port

by on Apr.12, 2009, under Accessories

power-port

By the number of 12 volt power ports with pigtail leads I ship to motorcyclists, I recognize there are a large number of Bikers adding this circuit to their ride.  More often than not, they tell me they are wiring up a rig to power/charge a GPS unit.

I’m not sure how sophisticated they are getting with their circuits, but it sounds like most are keeping it pretty simple.  I offer inline fuseholder assemblies, but I could count the number of those I’ve sold on one hand.  I’m not sure if they are tapping into another circuit on the bike, or going straight to the battery.  It doesn’t seem like I sell SAE 2 Pin connectors to these do-it-yourselfers, so I don’t think they are connecting the power port to a battery quick connect.

Part of the reason I wanted to begin this Blog site was to open the door to interaction along lines such as these.  Provide a forum for dialogue specific to topics like this – thereby, providing the opportunity and means to capture the experiences of others…to the benefit of interested viewers.

I see blog postings on other blog sites addressing these and related topics, but my desire was to drill down on these topics specifically.  With the number and speed with which handheld electronics are coming at us, and the growing popularity of riding on 2-wheels, I decided to seize the opportunity.  Being an engineer…and a biker…I was naturally drawn into this area of interest.  I also appreciate the interaction with those that share a love of motorcycles and motorcycling.

Getting back to the topic at hand, the 12 volt power port I’ve been supplying is of good quality, and manufactured by a company well known for this sort of equipment.  The leads are relatively light and the unit is rated a 5 amps maximum, but that is certainly sufficient for applications such as powering or charging a GPS unit.

It seems that most Bikers are just making up an assembly that they view as relatively temporary…maybe removing it after each use.  Probably figuring they only need GPS when they are on a trip, or traveling in unfamiliar territory.  Hopefully, for more permanent installations they would get a little more sophisticated with their add-on circuits.  Although, if that was the case, they’d probably get more sophisticated with the power port design, as well.  Maybe even one of the power ports suitable for handlebar mounting, with a spring-loaded cap, etc.

At any rate, currently there seems to be plenty of interest in these low cost power ports, and this is no doubt a great opportunity to smoke out the issues that will lead to the development of add-on power ports and circuit designs that will prove best.

We welcome email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com

Currently, our products are available through our new e-commerce website at:  www.solarcapitalist.com  

Here’s the link leading directly to the product discussed above:  http://www.solarcapitalist.com/motorcycle12vpowerportleads.aspx

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company handling products such as those discussed above, Deltran Battery Tenders, as well as Portable Solar Chargers – Capitalize on the Sun’s Energy !

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12 Volt Accessory Cable 5-pc Kit w/ SAE 2 Pin Connect

by on Apr.05, 2009, under Accessories

12V Accessory Cable Kit

12V Accessory Cable Kit

This handy accessory kit is comprised of 5 cable assemblies with SAE 2 Pin connect.  The kit includes: 12V Power Port, 12V Power Plug, Battery Terminal Clamps, 2.5mm “male” COAX adaptor, and an 8 foot extension cable.
These cable assemblies can be indispensable.  Coupled with the necessary 12 volt charger, they can facilitate the charging of a cell phone and other electronics.  They can also facilitate the trickle charging of a 12V battery.
The SAE 2 Pin end of these assemblies is meant to be connected to a “power side” SAE 2 Pin connector leading from a power source, i.e., one with a hot (+) positive socket.  In other words, the exposed “male” pin of the SAE 2 Pin connector on the end of these assemblies is meant to be hot (+) positive.
The power port cable assembly, for example, has the conductor leading from the exposed “male” pin of the SAE 2 Pin leading to the (+) positive center post within the power port.   The power port plug assembly, similarly has the conductor leading from the exposed “male” pin of the SAE 2 Pin leads to the (+) positive center post  at the end of the power port plug.
Special attention is required with respect to the battery terminal clamp assembly.  The fact that it is wired similarly…(making it useful for trickle charging, etc., when connected as described above) …makes it unfit for use connected to the output of a Battery Tender.  Here’s why – the SAE 2 Pin connector at the end of a Deltran Battery Tender output has a (+) positive exposed male pin to match up to the SAE 2 Pin of a properly installed Deltran fused Quick Connect…which will have a hot (+) postive female socket.
These are light duty 12 volt cable assemblies, as indicated by the 2 amp fuse integral to the power port plug x SAE 2 Pin assembly.

We welcome email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com

This product is available through our new e-commerce website at:  www.solarcapitalist.com  

Here’s a link leading directly to this product listing: http://www.solarcapitalist.com/12voltaccessorycable5pckit.aspx

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company handling products such as those discussed above, Deltran Battery Tenders, as well as Portable Solar Chargers – Capitalize on the Sun’s Energy !

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SAE 2 Pin, 2 Prong, 2 Pole, 2 Conductor – 12 Volt Connector

by on Apr.05, 2009, under SAE 2 Pin

SAE 2 Pin Connector

SAE 2 Pin Connector

It seems “SAE 2 Pin” is the most common “name” I’ve seen or heard given this handy connector, but I’ve also seen and heard the following (or variations of the following): SAE 2 Prong, SAE 2 Pole, SAE 2 Conductor, SAE 2 Wire…sometimes in combination with “molded”, “flat”, “trailer light”, or “trailer type” connector.

SAE 2 Pin Extension

SAE 2 Pin Extension

This is an assembly in which the SAE 2 pin connector is commonly seen – a 12″ extension often used in trailer light applications.   Note that this assembly, being a “true” extension, has the red wire leading to an exposed “male” pin at one end, and protected “female” socket at the other.  Thus, if you have an SAE 2 Pin that you want to connect to…and extend another 12″…the resulting end will have the same “pin” and “socket” arrangement you wanted to “extend”.
This brings up a key but subtle point.  As a matter of practice, if you have a set of wires coming from a source of power…such as a battery…to a SAE 2 Pin connector…the protected “female” socket will be the “hot” (+) positive side of the connector.  A good example of this is the fused “Quick Connect” provided by Deltran with their popular Battery Tenders…which is normally left installed on the battery for ease of battery charge maintenance when desired.  If the “Quick Connect” (or battery “pigtail”…as we sometimes call them) is installed correctly, the protected “female” socket will be the “hot” (+) positive side of the connector.
Think about it…you want the protection from “arcing out” on adjacent metal parts provided by that “enclosed’ socket…rather than have a “hot” exposed pin that could potentially “ground out” and “arc out” on the frame of the bike (regardless of having the tethered cap for protection while not in use).
So…the 12″ extension actually provides what you need to make an SAE 2 Pin “Junction”.  If you cut this assembly in half…you’ll have (2) SAE 2 Pin connectors…each with 6″ leads…and here’s the beauty of this…when you join these two connectors to each other…alas…the red wire leading to the male pin on one joins to the female socket of the other…with its red wire extending in the other direction…a beautiful thing.
This, my friends was one of the recognitions that gave me my start down this road – setting out to aid others in the integration and use of this useful connector.  I thought to myself, this information will be of use to other bikers in their “do-it-yourself” motorcycle accessory circuit wiring projects.  This came after, and as a result of an earlier recognition that both Deltran Battery Tenders  and many portable solar chargers use SAE 2 Pin connectors.  So this is what I’d fondly call a “Paul Harvey moment”…”and now you know the rest of the story”…sorry to hear this gentleman and famous radio personality passed March 1, 2009.
So, you might ask “why are you letting the cat out of the bag with respect to your source of these connectors with pigtail leads?”.  Well, I believe it’s a matter of “value added” – the value I add to this basic component, that is.  I work diligently at being a “search friendly” economical source of these connectors, as well as a source of information about these connectors.  I am more than happy to share what I’ve learned about this connector, and its use.  For some, it might be very easy to find a first hand source of SAE 2 Pin connectors, but for others…living in remote areas, for example…it might not be so easy.  In addition, when I package these “pigtailed” connectors, I make it a point to surprise my customers with the necessary sections of heat shrinkable tubing to aid in making neat installations.  Obviously, do-it-yourselfers could very well have this already, but generally my customers seem delighted to receive a little extra they hadn’t figured on.
I make these pigtailed connectors readily, conveniently, and economically available in 3 different forms – “power side”, “load side”, and as a “junction” assembly.  A “power side” connector being an SAE 2 Pin having the conductor with red insulation – indicating “hot” (+) positive –  leading to the protected “female” socket.  Conversely, a “load side” connector is an SAE 2 Pin which has the conductor with red insulation – “hot” (+) positive again – leading to the exposed “male” pin, as a “mate” to the above.  A “junction” is a “mating” set, including (1) “power side” and (1) “load side” pigtailed connector.
Bohemian Biker LLC makes SAE 2 Pin connectors available in another form, as well –  a higher quality form, actually.  We have an assembly manufactured here in the USA which integrates a larger bodied (lengthwise) SAE 2 Pin connector with approxiamately 11-1/2″  of Black SPT-1 Cord /2-18 AWG conductors.
Manufactured SAE 2 Pin w/cord

Manufactured SAE 2 Pin w/cord

 The larger size of this molded connector make it easier to manipulate, plus it’s sturdier.  As far as aesthetics go, being all Black is a plus, and the longer length provides some additional latitude with respect to stowing away the wire connection.  Again, I make it a point to include heat shrinkable tubing…in this case…both for the individual conductors…and for the cord (to go over the individual connections once heat shrink is applied to them) with enough to extend beyond each end of the individual areas with heat shrink applied.
Soldered joints are the ticket!  A small butane torch, solder, and a little practice will result in nice secure connections.  Depending on your specific wiring circumstances…you might need to put the wire through the tube of heat shrink beforehand, but make sure it’s far enough away not to heat it up prematurely.  The second layer of heat shrink over the whole cord provides some strain relief, as well as added protection.
Another handy aspect of this Black corded SAE 2 Pin connector is that there is no color coding.  Therefore it can be wired either way…as a “power side” or as a “load side” connector…without violating the color standard.  Although…you don’t have that color indication to keep you straight either!

We welcome email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com

The above, as well as heavier gauge products are available through our new e-commerce website at:  www.solarcapitalist.com  

Here’s a link to the 18 AWG products:  http://www.solarcapitalist.com/sae2pin18awg.aspx

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company handling products such as those discussed above, Deltran Battery Tenders, as well as Portable Solar Chargers – Capitalize on the Sun’s Energy !

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12 Volt Power Port

by on Apr.03, 2009, under Accessories

I’m probably not alone with respect to finding myself with a dead cell phone battery at inopportune times.  Being caught in this position when preparing to go out for a day of riding, prompted me to come up with a way to charge a cell phone using my motorcycle’s battery and charging system.

I was convinced that the “pig tail” (or “fused quick connect”) generally left connected to one’s motorcycle battery for use as part of a battery tender system, provided a handy means of connection to the motorcycle’s battery and charging system.  It was just a matter of coming up with a cable having that SAE 2 Pin connector at one end and a “cigarette lighter” style power port at the other.

Encouraged by discussion with those with whom I shared this idea, I set out to make these 12 volt power ports readily available to bikers with a desire to power their 12V chargers, etc.

After assembling and trying out a few prototypes, I contracted a manufacturer here in the USA to produce a large quantity of power port assemblies at a length that seemed like it would be popular with many bikers – just long enough to reach our saddlebags (I discuss use of this power port assembly in conjunction with saddlebags in a separate post).

12V Power Port Assembly

12V Power Port Assembly

This was a power port assembly from the initial shipment.
They were about 14″ long, with about 9″ of Black SPT-1 Cord (18 AWG conductors), which was shorter than anticicpated.
Right off, I was thrilled with the high quality SAE 2 Pin connector that our manufacturer turns out.  It’s sturdy, and the size makes it easily grasped.
Since then, the assembly has been lengthened, such that the overall length of the assembly is about 15-1/2″, with 11″ of Black SPT-1 Cord (18 AWG conductors).
We’ve gone through several hundred, and bikers seem to be very pleased with the current length – long enough to reach…yet short enough to make it handy and compact for easy storage.

We welcome email at: bohemianbiker@bohemianbiker.com

This product is available through our new e-commerce website at:  www.solarcapitalist.com  

Here’s the link leading directly to the product discussed above:   http://www.solarcapitalist.com/12voltpowerportxsae2pinadapterassembly.aspx

Solar Capitalist LLC is our sister company handling products such as those discussed above, Deltran Battery Tenders, as well as Portable Solar Chargers – Capitalize on the Sun’s Energy !

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