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    Zivan NG1 older style connector

    Does anyone know what type of connector this is and/or where i can find one? Thanks. DSC_0114.jpg

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    Pretty sure I found that it's the same as the power connector on the back of a PC - its been a couple of years since I had a Zivan though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red View Post
    Pretty sure I found that it's the same as the power connector on the back of a PC - its been a couple of years since I had a Zivan though.
    IDK what it is, but it's definitely not that. This connector looks like it has a split down the center, and from the DIN connector partially captured in the top of that picture, it looks about half the height of a standard PC connector (IEC 320 C13/C14; pic for reference).
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    Never seen one of those but it looks like you could change it to an Anderson without having to enlarge the cutout in the panel.

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    Ok... Now I remember. It was the 110 volt input on the back that used the PC style connector. I had to get the proper connector from either Thunderstruck Motors, who sold the charger, or I might have gotten it from Zivan USA directly. Like I said earlier, it was quite a while ago.IMG_1040.jpg

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    thanks for the input guys, i've been searching for it online but no luck. maybe i'll try switching it to anderson

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    You can find various type of connector on this https://www.sfcable.com/computer-ada...onnectors.html

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