I work for a company manufacturing electronics. We have a few products where we pot boards into enclosures. Where it is done the incoming connections are always soldered for fear of condensation inside pockets in connectors and bad connections after potting. However soldering is labor intensive.
I'd like to know if people here have experience potting connectors in manufactured products. Are there specific connectors that are OK but others not so? If so, what kind would you suggest (screw terminal, etc) or do you recommend entirely against it for what reasons?