Commit 26d4878b authored by Alex Shure's avatar Alex Shure

Updated README.md

parent b6c4d01c
......@@ -117,13 +117,15 @@ Suggestions for sockets and plugs:
- large open screw terminals for high current use cases (which is somewhat legal, because the LVDC grid is safe to the touch )
- PowerCon sockets (expensive, proprietary, e.g. by Neutrik. How many poles?)
- SpeakOn sockets (moderately expensive, well suited because they carry 4 poles and are aimed for moderately high currents)
- XLR sockets (cheap, but can't carry much current. Great for small appliances like phone chargers)
- Open Source screw terminals with M6 screws. 3D printed or milled.
- RC battery plugs (bad UX, don't hold up long)
- USB3 type C (need active electronics)
- Outdoor interconnections: Wieland DMX IP RST20i3S 50V/20A (expensive at $10)
- XLR sockets (rather inexpensive, great for small appliances like phone chargers, laptops, screens, up to 16A per pin)
- Custom Open Source snap/screw terminals with M6 screws, 3D printed/milled/turned.
- RC battery plugs (bad UX, not made for many mating cycles, best suited for more permanent installation)
- USB3 type C (needs active electronics for higher power levels, only 5A x 20V = 100W)
- Wieland DMX IP RST20i3S 50V/20A (for outdoor interconnections, expensive at $10)
- Anderson PowerPole for batteries and large interconnections
- A new, open source connector? Check https://github.com/OpenNanogrid/ON-socket for more ideas.
Any other recommendations?
CEE sockets are way too expensive, overkill and not meant for such low voltages. They may also be confused with the mains grid.
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