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niteskyy 
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Posted: October 12, 2005 at 8:32 PM / IP Logged  

I was wondering where I can find a multi-port distribution block like the one shown on this website. http://www.electronixwarehouse.com/education/neon/installneon.htm I have been searching google but they are all for multiple amps and stuff like that.  I am wanting to put 4 neon lights in my car 1 under each seat and 1 under each side under the dash.  And the cords from the neon lights look like this http://www.oznium.com/cathode-kit

So if anyone knows where to get a distibution box that I am needing reply please aight thanks.

93cougarxr7se 
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Posted: October 15, 2005 at 1:50 AM / IP Logged  
That's just a simple positive and negative. Just wire them up that way. You could even hook them up to your cigarette lighter wires. Center is the positive, outside ring is the ground (negative). You can even take a couple wires to lengthen them if you need. If you have several lights and yours look exactly like that, wire all the red wires together, and all the black wires together, and use one switch.
The RED / yellow are just 12V positive. The black are 12V negative. You can get some wire at Wal-Mart for like $2.50 a spool and electrical tape for $.50 a roll and extend the wires. When you wire it in to an existing power source like the cigarette lighter, you would cut the insulation off of the positive, so you haven't cut the wire, and then separate the strands in half and put the new wire through the middle and twist it around the ligher wire securely and tape it. Do the same with the ground wire.
If you're not splicing, just connecting two loose ends, then put them in parallel with the ends that have 1/2" insulation cut off both pointing up, twist them together tightly. Pull the wires so they're pointing eachother, and twist the twisted end around the junction tightly so you can pull decently enough at the wires and they don't come apart. Then tape them up. If you need video to show this, I guess I can do that. But tomorrow I'm going to USACI/IASCA, maybe meet Alma Gates again. So it'll have to wait for Sunday.
But like I said, you don't need a distr. box, you just wire them together. A distribution box is just spending more money when you don't have to.
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