Originally Posted by Decaf
in an environment that is plagued with vibration, i would not rely on quick disconnects ever.
my 4 year old can use an allen head/ratchet, its not that hard
Have you pulled one of those things apart recently? I damn near have to bust a ball just trying to get them apart sometimes!
I don't see any problem with them coming loose. Its more the current draw I would look at. If your pulling a ton of current I would look for another solution personally.
UL amperage*/voltage rating: 175 amps/600 VDC
Operating temperature range: -20° to 105° C
Current rating*: 175 amps on 1/0 AWG wire produces 30° C rise
Insulation with standing test voltage (volts, dc): 2200dc
Maximum wire insulation diameter: 0.75"/19 mm
Average contact retention force: Approximately 300 lbs.
Average contact resistance: With 1-3/4" (45 mm) of 1/0 AWG wire 100 µΩ
Vibration resistance: Excellent
Mating cycles: 10,000 / For disconnect use only
Impact resistance: High
Environmental restrictions: Protected-no hydrocarbon fluids
Flammability Rating: UL94V-0
Average mating and unmating force: 25 lbs (11.25 kg)