6 AWG Flex EPDM Jacket with SB50
Overall Length of Cable - 36 Inches
Length Between SB Connector and 120A Breaker - 29 Inches
Everyone's Robot is different, this lets you customize the wire gauge, jacket type and lengths of your Robot Side Power Cable designed to connect a Power Distribution Panel mounted on your robot to a battery via a battery cable (6AWG, 6AWG Custom, or 4AWG), It includes a 120A Breaker.(depending on availability it might be am-0282 or am-0282a)
All wire connections are crimped with a 6-ton pneumatic crimping tool to ensure they are never the failure point.
Note: Lengths are +/- 0.5 in.
Competition Tip: Remember, as the cable length increases, so does the internal resistance of the overall system. This creates a voltage drop that means less power going to your motors and control system. For best results, you'll want to keep this cable as short as your design allows safely.
This version of the SPARK MAX CAN Cable bridges the H and L signals together. By doing this within the cable itself, the CAN Bus is less likely to break in disconnection from the SPARK MAX Motor Controller. One end is the JST-PH 4-pin connector, with the other splitting to one male and one female 0.1 in. 3-pin PWN. The CAN High is on the yellow wire and the CAN Low is on the green wire.
This is a 25 foot section of a twisted pair of 22 AWG wire.
This is a heavy-duty compression lug from BURNDY for 06 AWG wire. This compression log can be easily crimped with the Cable Lug Crimping Tool.