Questions for tag "A. DeoxIT® D Series" (57)

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Category or Product: F. Electrical
Q: (18567) I’d like to make plugging and unplugging a lot easier. Which DeoxIT product is safe for this voltage and current? Would the DeoxIT Fader make more sense since it’s got a higher about of lubricant? Does DeoxIT add resistance? Do I need to w...
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Category or Product: A. Audio/Video
Q: (18564) I'm very nervous to use any chemical product on an 'antique' 1970's era Moog synthesizer. However, the keyboard contacts as well as the 'variable resistor' knob pots all require cleaning - some feel sluggish to turn and have audible scratc...
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Category or Product: C. Avionics
Q: (18547) (This question was submitted to our Questionnaire page; https://caig.com/help-learn/. It was edited for conciseness) This product is for: Metal electronic connections Contacts are fine silver on fine silver Collector is fine silver on hard...
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Category or Product: G. Electronics
Q: (18545) Hi, This is Simon. may I ask some questions about  D5 Spray, D-Series? I cannot find the effective time of the DeoxIT® D5 Spray, D-Series from your datasheet and website. I would like to use your D5 to avoid oxidation on the silver-plated ...
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Category or Product: B. Automotive
Q: (18541) Which product and process is ideal to clean plated metal contacts? Need to repair my EV car charger and looking for tips. Doesn't always connect properly.
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Category or Product: A. Audio/Video
Q: (18522) Hello. I have DeoxIT D100L-2C & DeoxIT Gold G100L-2C, 100% 2ml tubes. In some equipment it is impossible to understand if the metal part inside of a female RCA plug is ferrous or non-ferrous – unfortunately it is not the same metal as ...
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Category or Product: F. Electrical
Q: (18520) I'm wondering what you recommend for the cleaning of AC connectors; Pin and Sleeve, Single Pole Staging Cam-Lock, and Twist Lock. Some examples:  Primarily Hubbells HBL2613, HBL 2623, HBL460P7WR, HBL330C6W, HBL400 series. Lori
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Category or Product: B. Automotive
Q: (18512) Message: I noticed a Field Repair Guide for one of our Hybrid Battery (600VDC) applications which calls for connectors (both high and low voltage connectors) to first be cleaned/lubricated with DeoxIT D5 and then filled with Dow Corning DO...
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Category or Product: G. Electronics
Q: (18509) Hello Caig, In the attached picture are the 2 connectors which give me troubles - loots of intermittents. Attached you'll find the datasheet for the IDC connectors on the black PCB and the wide ribbon cable, Unfortunately, I don't have any...
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Category or Product: J. Marine
Q: (18490) Our most important concern is our exposed limit switches (rocker and plunger-style) which tend to accumulate grime from spray lubricants, road surface dirt, and winter road salting. We are in a freshwater environment, but exposed parts do ...