WOW! I guess you know that soldering the J1772 pins has led to melted plugs...
they technically should be crimped... and not cut in half...
At TucsonEV.com I offer a service to crimp your wire into your plug/inlet for
plus shipping. The crimp is done to Mil Spec with an industrial pneumatic
Tucson AZ 85719
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> Subject: [EVDL] Soldering to the J-1772 Pins
> Trying to solder to the pins of an EVSE takes a hellova soldering iron.
> But for just soldering on some #12 wires for an L1, I tried this trick:
> Hackasawed a slot in the back and then crushed only ½ of the remainder into a
> "U" shape to
> take the #12 wire. This should take only about 40% of the heat since I only
> have to heat about
> 40% of the pin.
> Bob, WB4APR
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