Hi - I'm just curious - what do you all use for connectors? This is something I've never been able to find a good solution for. First of all - for general purpose connections I've been fairly happy with the standard .1" pitch crimp housings and pin headers. They're easy to crimp and there's a huge selection of them. I like the ones that clip in, though I haven't been able to find a good, cheap source for those just yet.
For battery connectors I've always wanted something heftier than a .1" connector, but I never can find anything that I like. I want something that can handle a fair amount of current, but is also board mountable and easy to remove. I have yet to find anything that meets these criterion. Right now my batteries are outputting about 2-3A at 11.1V - so I need something that can easily handle that.
Anybody ever find any solutions to this problem? I know alot of people just have wires attached to their PCBs and then have connectors on those wires, but I really want to stick with board mount connectors.