Can anybody suggest some practical connectors for Kynar AWG30 to solid core AWG24 wires?
I will have to make 60 or so connections of this type for my latest project (already designed and working) , for the signals in my model railroad layout using all pins of an Arduino Mega2560. 44 pins for track turnout setting pushbuttons and the rest (but 0 & 1) for 21 signals set to reflect the turnouts' latest position.
I have soldered three Kynar AWG30 10" pigtails to each signal, just to pass from the layout top down below thru a 1/16" hole, but then I want to go to a thicker wire gauge(AWG24) to reduce resistance. And for practical and maintenance purposes I would like to avoid soldering this connections and instead, use some kind of magic ... "Connectus miraculus" (maybe non existent, but in Hogwarts) connector that can connect & disconnect AWG30 on one side and AWG24 on the other.
I have tried some "European type" terminal (barrier) blocks with 2 screws for each line, and they seem to hold well the extra thin AWG30 wires. The other side AWG24, is of course no problem.
My question is, does anybody know of a more practical connector type (male/female), maybe quick connect, that can work for this case?
Any suggestions will be highly appreciated.