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Old 05-19-2010, 05:01 PM   #1
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Connecting the electric to the Espar D2

Well, I have it mostly done. Just connecting the electric. Some of the wiring diagrams show spices but I am surprised at that. I know Espar made me figure out the circuit diagrams, connect the wiring connectors to the actual wires but a splice seems a little non-elegant.

For example the 4 wires going into the mini-controller. It shows a splice off of the brown ws wire also connecting to the mini-controller.

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Old 05-20-2010, 01:17 PM   #2
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Re: Connecting the electric to the Espar D2

Possibly butt connectors so you can pull it out? Or does it already have some type of plug?
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Re: Connecting the electric to the Espar D2

I called Espar. The wires go into little clips which insert into plastic connectors. They said I could just use a small wire jumper from one clip and connector to the other. Very confusing. I will have some pictures up that make it more clear.

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