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  • Charge Lead : Female Xt60 to Male Deans O-LGL-CLX6DNS

    Description

    The Charge Lead with Female XT60 to Male Deans (O-LGL-CLX6DNS) facilitates the connection between devices with different connector types in the RC hobby industry. Here are the key features, specifications, and applications of this charge lead:

    Key Features:

    Female XT60 Connector: One end of the charge lead features a female XT60 connector. XT60 connectors are renowned for their robustness, high current handling capacity, and secure connection. They are commonly used in RC battery packs and ESCs.

    Male Deans Connector: The other end is equipped with a male Deans connector, also known as a T-plug. Deans connectors are prevalent in the RC community due to their low resistance and reliable connection. They are often found in battery packs and electronic speed controllers (ESCs).

    Versatile Compatibility: This charge lead enables seamless connectivity between devices with XT60 and Deans connectors, eliminating the need for additional adapters or connectors. It offers flexibility and convenience for charging or powering various RC devices.

    Durable Construction: Crafted from high-quality materials, including robust connectors and insulated wires, the charge lead ensures durability and reliable performance. It withstands the rigors of RC use and provides long-lasting connectivity.

    Specifications:

    Connector Types: Female XT60 to Male Deans
    Wire Gauge: The wire gauge typically ranges from 12 AWG to 16 AWG, providing sufficient current-carrying capacity for powering or charging RC devices.
    Applications:

    Charging Battery Packs: Use the charge lead to connect a battery charger with a Deans output to an RC battery pack equipped with an XT60 connector for charging.
    Powering ESCs: Connect an ESC with a Deans input to an RC battery pack featuring an XT60 connector for supplying power to the ESC and motor system.
    Note: Always adhere to safety guidelines and manufacturer instructions when using charge leads and RC equipment. Regularly inspect the connectors and wires for any signs of wear or damage, and replace them as needed to maintain safe and reliable operation.

    Shipping & Delivery

    Access Models offers efficient delivery services within the UK and overseas, aiming to dispatch orders within 48 hours of receipt, contingent on payment confirmation. Standard UK deliveries are conducted via Royal Mail, typically arriving within 2-3 days, though customers are advised to allow up to 5 days. For expedited deliveries, the express service ensures next-day delivery for orders placed before 1pm, with specific provisions for orders placed over the weekend or on bank holidays.

    Shipping charges vary based on the order value and destination. UK standard shipping costs range from £4.99 to £7.99, with additional surcharges for heavy items and non-mainland UK destinations, including specific regions like Northern Ireland, Isle of Man, Guernsey, and Jersey. We do not ship to PO Boxes and BFPO addresses.

    For heavy, bulky, or restricted items such as large model kits and items containing hazardous materials, special shipping considerations apply. International shipping starts at £18, with varying costs and delivery times based on destination zones. Access Models does not ship to certain countries including Spain, USA, and Australia.

    Customers may encounter customs fees on international orders, which are not included in our shipping costs and are the responsibility of the customer. In case of postal losses or damage, claims may take up to 30 days to process, and we require customer confirmation to initiate this process.

    Returns are accepted within 14 days for change of mind and 30 days for faulty items, in line with the EU Distance Selling Directive. Access Models offers repair, exchange, or refund for eligible returns, excluding faults due to misuse or wear and tear. Customers are responsible for return postage costs, except in cases of damage or fault. Refunds are issued in accordance with the returns policy, excluding opened packages unless they are faulty.

    The Charge Lead with Female XT60 to Male Deans (O-LGL-CLX6DNS) facilitates the connection between devices with different connector types in the RC hobby industry. Here are the key features, specifications, and applications of this charge lead:

    Key Features:

    Female XT60 Connector: One end of the charge lead features a female XT60 connector. XT60 connectors are renowned for their robustness, high current handling capacity, and secure connection. They are commonly used in RC battery packs and ESCs.

    Male Deans Connector: The other end is equipped with a male Deans connector, also known as a T-plug. Deans connectors are prevalent in the RC community due to their low resistance and reliable connection. They are often found in battery packs and electronic speed controllers (ESCs).

    Versatile Compatibility: This charge lead enables seamless connectivity between devices with XT60 and Deans connectors, eliminating the need for additional adapters or connectors. It offers flexibility and convenience for charging or powering various RC devices.

    Durable Construction: Crafted from high-quality materials, including robust connectors and insulated wires, the charge lead ensures durability and reliable performance. It withstands the rigors of RC use and provides long-lasting connectivity.

    Specifications:

    Connector Types: Female XT60 to Male Deans
    Wire Gauge: The wire gauge typically ranges from 12 AWG to 16 AWG, providing sufficient current-carrying capacity for powering or charging RC devices.
    Applications:

    Charging Battery Packs: Use the charge lead to connect a battery charger with a Deans output to an RC battery pack equipped with an XT60 connector for charging.
    Powering ESCs: Connect an ESC with a Deans input to an RC battery pack featuring an XT60 connector for supplying power to the ESC and motor system.
    Note: Always adhere to safety guidelines and manufacturer instructions when using charge leads and RC equipment. Regularly inspect the connectors and wires for any signs of wear or damage, and replace them as needed to maintain safe and reliable operation.