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12V electrical connectors 88' PSC34

Hello all I'm new to this forum.
I have approximately (7) 12V 2 pronged elecrical connectors installed in various locatioins inside my cabin. A few in the Nav area and a couple above the port Settee. These are female connectors that are pemanently mounted.
The male connector would have the 2 prongs as well as a threaded shoulder retainer ring. Does anyone know a source for these connectors? Sorry don't have a pic but I'm hoping u've all seen these.

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It might be a Perko connector:


Westmarine has them, but they also have a store-brand connector which is similar but not identical.

I've got these sockets for the cabin fans, and I believe they are the Perkos. PSC installed them.

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Paul,
Those look like the ones. Logging onto West Marine right away.
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