Based on this, i live in Malaysia where the operating voltage is 240V and 50Hz. Based on the specs of the GX12-3 connector, maximum current of 5A and operating Vrms of 250V, so the max power is 5A x 240VAC = 1200W (malaysia). Technically the connector can handle that can of power right? Because i'm planning to order g-stick fm @guryhwa for power rated of 600W. Wonder if the connector he used will be sufficient? Try asking him about all this questions but seems like he's a busy guyYou more or less answered your own question: the voltage has to be considered when looking at those ratings. As we know: Watt = Voltage x Current
So if it is rated for 5A we get...
- 5A x 110VAC = 550W (used on the AC side, if you live in the US)
- 5A x 12VDC = 60W (used on the DC side)
In other words: using some connector like that for AC input would work but not for the DC output. If you need a connector that can handle 12VDC / 50A I would have a look for something like the AMASS XT90.
Also note that many of those aviation connectors selling on eBay, Amazon, etc are crap. I would try to get connectors always from electronics distributors like RS, Mouser, etc.