Standard Male Tamiya Connector (Battery Side)

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Features and Benefits:

  • Male Tamiya connector for battery packs for RC, airsoft, or custom applications.
  • 150 mm long
  • Ranges between 14 AWG and 22 AWG silicon wire
  • Operational:
    • Attach the receptacle to the battery pack.

Available in different Thickness through our dropdown selection:

  • #80001-2 -- 14 AWG Silicon Wire
  • #80001-3 -- 16 AWG Silicon Wire
  • #80001-4 -- 18 AWG Silicon Wire
  • #80001-5 -- 20 AWG Silicon Wire
  • #80001-6 -- 22 AWG Silicon Wire

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jeff (Jackson,NJ) 8/8/2013 4:40 PM
Go to Wikipedia and look up "Tamiya connector" and they have a nice clear picture of the male and female with labels. This one is identified as the FEMALE. Again, I never said it was correct; I just pointed out the confusion that exists.
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Jeff (Jackson,NJ) 8/8/2013 4:26 PM
Rick, read what I wrote before "correcting". This connector does have male pins and by normal electronic convention it is male and I never said different. If you do a most cursory search on line, try e-bay, and search for a male or female Tamaya connector you will find that many sites identify the male and female the other way based on the sex of the HOUSING. This HOUSING is female relative to the one it mates with. I didn't say it was correct. I only posted to clarify the fact that, right or wrong, most RC sites identify this connector as female. Go see for yourself.
Male or female?
Jeff (Jackson,NJ) 7/9/2013 8:13 PM
With Tamiya connectors there is, unfortunately, some confusion about gender. Some base the sex on the receptacles rather than the pins. The female receptacle has male pins and visa versa. What this site calls male seems to be called female on many sites.
rick (Cape Cod USA) 9/6/2012 9:29 AM
This is a Male connector as stated The picture above is of a Standard Male Tamiya Connector At least that's what they taught me in school