A simple question about connectors.
If you have a removable superstructure with electric services on it, you will have to connect these somehow. Commonly, you might use a trailing lead with a plug and join that just before you secure the superstructure. But a trailing lead is a cumbersome thing, and it would be neater to have a socket mounted in the hull in such a way that a plug mounted in the superstructure connected with it as the superstructure was put in place.
Such a plug/socket pair would need several contacts, be small enough to mount easily, be robust enough to withstand handling, have a low resistance to being disconnected (so that you can get the superstructure off again!) and be able to mesh easily even if the two parts are offered together at an angle.
Has anyone made up such a system, or had any ideas about appropriate connectors?