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Como hacer conexiones electricas. Sacado de Mx5nutz

Mensajepor Sanson » 20 Feb 2012, 11:07

Hi folks,I've been asked a few times about wire clips vs soldering and I've made this How To for making electrical connections (adding gadgets) in response. Not exhaustive by any means, but I thought Nutz might find useful. Share/remix/repost away as you please :)
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Which method is best?Soldering, followed by self-amalgamating tape, followed by insulating tape, produces the best joints but requires the most skill. This is recommended for exterior joints or joints subjected to oil/vibration/heat/dirt/moisture. Soldering with insulating tape is ideal for interior use as you'll make far less mess with the plain insulating tape, and there isn't really any oil/dirt/moisture to damage the joint. Wire clips are ideal for beginners, because you can't cut yourself, burn yourself, cut things on the car, melt things on the car, or make a joint that can short-circuit when using these clips. They are only for interior use though; on low-current cables that aren't subjected to oil/dirt/moisture/vibration. Do not use these clips outside the vehicle, in the engine bay, for high-current loads, or anywhere there is vibration.Which brands are best? SolderSpeedView recommend a flux cored lead-tin solder. We like Wharton metals products, but the Rapid Electronics is ok too. http://www.rapidonline.com/Tools-Equipm ... c6beb63fad http://www.rapidonline.com/Tools-Equipm ... c6beb63fad For particularly dirty wires, as encountered on older cars, you may need additional rosin flux: http://www.rapidonline.com/Tools-Equipm ... c6beb63fad This stuff is pretty nasty, so ensure that the area is well ventilated, don't bite your nails, and always wash your hands afterwards. Don't use acid-flux cored solder (plumber's solder) as it will eat the copper wires over time. Don't use solder without any flux or lead-free solder as you will never get the stuff to wick into the wires and make a decent joint. Draper and Sealey products are to be avoided for this reason. TapeAs far as electrical tape goes, any PVC insulating tape except Sunday market/eBay/Pound Shop that is usually just fine. (you'll soon see if the adhesive is rubbish) http://www.rapidonline.com/Tools-Equipm ... algamating tape is a more specialist product that you'll usually have to buy online anyway: http://www.rapidonline.com/Tools-Equipm ... tape-60212 Wire ClipsGenuine 3M wire clips are the best.

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