I have the need to pass two wires from inside a vessel to a relay that lives outside the vessel. I’m thinking this wire and its Wetlink penetrator would work well for this. Where it passes through our vessel’s body we should be able to use one of the Wetlink penetrators, but on the relay side we are considering separating the two conductors to spread them about an inch apart in order to solder to the contacts on the relay. Of course what we want to prevent is the chance that any water could get inside the outer insulator and travel along in between the two wires in that outer sleeve. Is there a suggested method for preventing that from happening? Do we just pot it on the relay end with a massive amount of epoxy?
Do the relay stuff fit into a cable splice?