Wago Winsta 771 Connectors Used In Hymer's

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    Trying to find a supplier of the Wago Winsta 771 Series connectors Hymer use for their mains wiring.
    Drawn a complete blank anyone know of a source?

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    Thanks, Farnell only do the 770, I spent hours trolling the net including German Google, hadn't turned up that Dutch company, that would sort out the connectors just need to see if I can find the connector block on their site. P&P is a bit dear they charge €18.15 to deliver to Belgium.
     
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    Lenny. Did you have any luck locating these connectors? I could do with a couple myself. I have mailed Wago at Rugby and waiting on a reply but wondered if you'd had any luck.
     
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    I found some in the end, I wanted to break into the Hymer loom so I could put it back as standard if needed. If I hadn't of found them I would have just cut the cables.
    The Click ones the Male/Female were the wrong way round for what I wanted , I would have had live on the male pins.
     
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    Wago are useless gave me the name of a stockist that doesn't stock the 771.

    Found RS stock them with cable wasn't quite sure is they were the right one took a chance and they were.

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    Sound job. Thanks! I've got a spare way on the cluster next to the Electroblock and I want to put an additional socket in the back. This way would be the neatest.
     
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    For information, got this back from Wago.-

    "The WAGO Winsta 770 series is the plug and sockets or the 771 series is the leads with either plugs or sockets."


    They have an online shop too.
     
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    Wish I had known that, the plugs in my van have "771" moulded on them so I assumed it was a different range, would have saved 10 quid.
     
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    Makes it easy once you know the 770 & 771 are compatible.:)
    No problem getting 770, I was looking for 771's
     
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    These connectors and leads of various lengths are available from CEF. We use them in shop or office lighting to string modules together. Plug & play
     
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    I knew they were lighting connectors, got them from RS in the end.
     
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    There is 2 versions, mini and midi. One 16A the other 25A.
     
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    The 770 &771 plugs & sockets are rated at 20 amps the pre wired ones use 1.5mm sq cable therefore 16 amps.
     
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