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SON Coaxial Junction Box - Male Connector w/ Coaxial Adapter - 80 cm

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Details
For connection of a charging device to a headlight feed cable – no need to lead 2 cables all the way along the forkblade to the hub dynamo.

- 80 cm Cable length
- Male connector
- With coaxial adapter
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Works as expected - need to be handy with a soldering iron
By Bruce Edwards
05 Jan 2021
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Consrequires tools and competence
Prosneat solution
Does the job, even desoldered the cable that comes attached and trimmed the cable and then resoldered so I had less excess. Need to be confident with a soldering iron and have a clean tinned tip to avoid softening the plasitc housing. After testing I filled the box with hot glue before applying heat-shrink to try and improve durability.
Questions & Answers (5)
So, what’s the complete set up?
By
15 May 2020
Would I use this but also need a cable to connect the front light directly to the rear light? This junction box is for adding a device external to lighting basics, front and rear.
Sorry, no suitable technical staff are available to answer this question online. These downloads might help (copy and paste the link):
https://nabendynamo.de/en/service/downloads/
I have fowarded your question to a colleague who may be able to answer soon. RT
Which leads will work with this set up
By
09 May 2020
Hi have a son dynamo and I am looking at buying a vero exsposure front light and a Garmin 1030 plus a igaro 2 pro whot leads do I need to surport this system. My large topeak fuel bag is on it's way.I have a place on the london Edinburgh London ride for 2021 and this is whot I am hoping to use I already have a battery that I use.
Sorry, no suitable technical staff are available to answer this question online. These downloads might help (copy and paste the link):

https://nabendynamo.de/en/service/downloads/

I have forwarded your question to a colleague who may be able to answer soon. RT
What does this do?
By
01 Dec 2019
Does this allow me to easily connect my Edelux light parallel with my Sinewave Reactor USB charging bit without the difficulty of deciphering how the coaxial cable can be split?
Please give more explanation in the description. Thanks
For connection of a charging device to a headlight feed cable – no need to lead 2 cables all the way along the fork blade to the hub dynamo.

Thanks - 02/12/19
I’m assuming that both female sockets provide power.
By
12 Jul 2019
Could I use one for Edelux II with connected rear light and one for a charger?
Hi,

It could possibly work but without trying this ourselves we could not say for certain if it would work.
Is this product the same as combining the following two separately?
By
27 Mar 2019
Is this product the same as buying:

47419

and

48219

If not, what is the difference?

Thank you!
Hi there,

Yes, that would be the same.

Thanks.