This is a simple soldering project for those who have broken or damaged power supply cables. for prototyping applications.
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Step 1: Parts
1. Two same lenght cables (thick enough to handle the current and voltage that produced from the supply)
2.Alligator clips (from broken helping hands )
4.Heat shrink tube (red for anode black for cathode)
Step 2: Strip Wire and Solder the Alligator Clip
Step 3: Place the Heat Shrink Tubes for Both Ends
In my case I was using black wire so I had to use red tube to indicate anode. If you use red wire you can skip this part(for anode of course)
Step 4: Solder the Bullet Connector
Dont forget to tighten the screw
Step 5: All Done!
If you have a multimeter with a continuity mode, make sure the wire is operational.
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