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aye there are plenty of connectors avaialble but what I think the OP is looking for is a slightly left of centre solution.

Maybe something like this (but smaller and using  just the blocks) that can be monted neatly somewehrere in the cokpitarea

Given that POE injects at between 44 & 52v DC then in theory it should work for lower wattage/current draw appliances

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For Sale / For Sale: Hepco Becker 52L Top Case with luggage rack
« Last post by Burbs on Today at 10:55:13 am »
She's been used for at least 10 years and has some wear and tear (scratches) but still works well.

Bought a new bike with and new top case.

Asking $100+ shipping obo. Payment through Paypal friends and family to avoid fees. Continental US shipping only.









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Here are more ideas:  http://www.cycleterminal.com/motorcycle-connectors.html  Tons of choices
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For Sale / 2009 C-14 luggage rack
« Last post by Burbs on Today at 10:36:20 am »
OEM Luggage rack-$20 obo.

Payment through Paypal friends and family to avoid fees. Continental US shipping only.



PM if interested.
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The Bike - C14/GTR 1400 / Re: 2018 C14
« Last post by maxtog on Today at 10:36:19 am »
The C14 isn't even a teenager.....  The C10 was around for 21 model years.  My 2000 w/ 107K on it is hardly broken in...

:)  Well, that is true.  But look at cars, they rarely last more than 6 years without a full or major redesign.  Sure, they might still call it a "Maxima" or "Accord", but it is usually new frame/body, often with major changes to the power train, and lots of different features and changes.  Things move more slowly in the motorcycle world but as an example, the ZX14 was completely overhauled after just 6 years (becoming the ZX14R) and the ZRX11 after just 5 (as the ZRX12, which sold in the US for another 5 years, then dropped world-wide after 6).  Look at the Z1000 for a dizzying array of major overhauls about every 3 to 4 years.
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For Sale / For Sale: 2009 stock Seat
« Last post by Burbs on Today at 10:28:12 am »
I have my original 2009 stock seat that I am looking to sell.

$100 + shipping obo. Payment through Paypal friends and family to avoid fees. Continental US shipping only.





Thanks.
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I don't think RJ connectors are a good choice.  They are not very strong, don't carry much current, have no weather protection (and with contacts that close, wow).  I am not sure what I would recommend for the connections, other than exactly what he was originally talking about, SAE 2-pin bullet connectors https://www.amazon.com/Quick-Disconnect-Harness-Connector-Bullet/dp/B00MYDR15I

for light current devices then I would say they were ideal

3.5Amps  and an operating range dependent on the cable you use with them *you dont have to use Cat5/Cat6 if you're improvising.

Yes there is the question of waterproofing but it depends on that you want to use them for/what you're trying to achieve. As a small form factor for a custom fit then maybe acceptable
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The Bike - C14/GTR 1400 / Re: What did you do to your Concours today?
« Last post by mikeeitup on Today at 10:14:32 am »
Today, I finally finished the install of a Innovv C5 Motorcycle dashcam system. Very nice, small camera with a long cord and power cable that goes to a small, simple DVR that you can hide away. They make another, more expensive K1 system as well but I wanted the C5. Pictures to follow on this post once I get motived to take 'em.
Mike
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The Bike - C14/GTR 1400 / Re: 2018 C14
« Last post by Charliedog on Today at 08:31:55 am »
The C14 isn't even a teenager.....  The C10 was around for 21 model years.  My 2000 w/ 107K on it is hardly broken in...
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Given that the original power over Ethernet specs allow for up to 15.4 w of power per port (& that's at 44v DC) then there should be no problem using rj45 /rj11 connectors imho

I don't think RJ connectors are a good choice.  They are not very strong, don't carry much current, have no weather protection (and with contacts that close, wow).  I am not sure what I would recommend for the connections, other than exactly what he was originally talking about, SAE 2-pin bullet connectors https://www.amazon.com/Quick-Disconnect-Harness-Connector-Bullet/dp/B00MYDR15I
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