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M7100 power plug

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thecircusbear

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Anyone know what plug type this is? It is branded specific for Harris? Or can I get the plug separately to make my own power connectors....need 4 but really would rather not spend $20 a piece for them. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
 

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While not ideal, in a pinch I used a couple of butt splices, I believe they were #8 wire, and slid them over the connector on the radio...it was actually a tight fit.
In a fixed setting this might be okay, but it may not be secure enough in a mobile use.
 

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PART NUMBER....OPTION....ITEM.....................................................USABLE WITH RADIOS:
NUMBER.........NUMBER....DESCRIPTION..............................................ORION....J725m...M7100
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19B802622P1..............USA Power Cable, 60 Watts or greater......................YES.....YES.....YES
19B802622P2..............USA Power Cable, Motorcycle...............................YES.....YES.....YES
19B802622P3..............USA Power Cable, 50 Watts or less.........................YES.....YES.....YES
19B802622P4..............Desktop Station, DC Power Cable...........................YES.....YES.....YES
19B802622P5..............DC Power Cable, 274mm with Lug Terminals..................YES.....YES.....YES



Power Connector:
Japan Radio Company (JRC) P/N B19/H-6JWLD0004
 

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AWESOME info. Thanks! Would be awesome to create a CAD file for this to 3d print it. Another project for down the road...anyway, thank you all.
 
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