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'[BUY]: British Telecomm jacks: where to find them?'
2002\01\16@191342 by Dave Johnson

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(this is a repost, sorry for those of you that see it twice. I got a
friendly reminder that the colon after the topic marker is
required...)

I'm trying to locate a source for British Telecomm jacks to mount on
a PC board, and having no luck. Does anyone out there know where I
can find them? The spec is BS6312 for one of them: there's also a
"left handed" version, I don't know the spec number offhand.

I'm in the USA, so I expect I'll have to order them from overseas
(which is fine). I know they exist, I've seen them, I just can't seem
to find any manufacturers...

Thanks for any help,

Dave Johnson

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2002\01\17@035636 by Peter nicol

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Try: RS Components or Farnell (both online)
or Molex  (who manufacture a large range of connectors)

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2002\01\17@040603 by PIC development

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Dave,

try the following suppliers of electronic components in the UK:

rshttp://www.co.uk  (URL looks funny, but it is correct)
http://www.farnell.co.uk
http://www.maplin.co.uk

the first two are more geared to business users, while maplin is
more a consumer/hobbyist source (tho' it seems to have gone downhill
recently imho)

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On Wed, 16 Jan 2002, Dave Johnson wrote:

> I'm trying to locate a source for British Telecomm jacks to mount on
> a PC board, and having no luck. Does anyone out there know where I
> can find them? The spec is BS6312 for one of them: there's also a
> "left handed" version, I don't know the spec number offhand.
>

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2002\01\17@044420 by Nick Ray

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Farnell do them: 146-990 146-993 146-994 (they're in the catalogue under
"Office - Telephone Equipment" rather than "connectors"!)

Do you actually mean the BT603A female connector? Most telco equipment over
here uses an RJ11  jack and a line lead with RJ11-603A plug.

HTH
Nick


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2002\01\17@050759 by Alan B. Pearce

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Go to RS Components website at rshttp://www.com and check out stock numbers
470-263, 470-279, 470-285 and 470-291. They may all be on the same page. I
got these numbers from my CD version of the catalogue by searching for
"handset" and it was the first selection after that.

Your biggest problem dealing with RS will be to order them, as they expect
you to use the dealer in your country, and they don't do international that
I am aware.

HTH

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2002\01\17@070432 by Russell McMahon

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Farnell MAY have whatever it is and they do handle international traffic -
at least here in NZ where their products come extremely promptly from
Australia. Order by 6pm here - on doorstep at about 7am next morning !!!


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Subject: Re: [BUY]: British Telecomm jacks: where to find them?


> Go to RS Components website at rshttp://www.com and check out stock
numbers
> 470-263, 470-279, 470-285 and 470-291. They may all be on the same page. I
> got these numbers from my CD version of the catalogue by searching for
> "handset" and it was the first selection after that.
>
> Your biggest problem dealing with RS will be to order them, as they expect
> you to use the dealer in your country, and they don't do international
that
> I am aware.

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2002\01\17@144338 by Michael Noel

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try : http://www.globalsources.com

Regards
Miki

Peter nicol wrote:

> Try: RS Components or Farnell (both online)
> or Molex  (who manufacture a large range of connectors)
>
> Regards
> Peter Nicol
> ( @spam@PeterKILLspamspamnicol.uk.co )
>
> {Original Message removed}

2002\01\17@145012 by Dave Johnson

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Thanks for the help with the jacks. I'm really looking for the
manufacturers, not distributors (this if for a commercial product, so
I need them in large quantities) but the distributors are a good
starting point. ITT Cannon seems to be one manufacturer, and another
is Ringtel electronics. If anyone knows of others offhand (what are
the chances of that? :-), please let me know.

At 8:28 AM +0000 1/17/02, Nick Ray wrote:
>Do you actually mean the BT603A female connector? Most telco equipment over
>here uses an RJ11  jack and a line lead with RJ11-603A plug.

Just FYI, this isn't actually for a telco application. There's a US
manufacturer of sensors for science education
(http://www.vernier.com) who uses these plugs on their sensors,
partly because they are excellent connectors (good contact and very
robust in the hands of students :-), and also because they come in
left and right handed versions, so different connectors are used on
different types of sensors. We (http://www.imagiworks.com) make
PIC-driven data acquisition modules for handheld computers, and we
want to mate directly with these sensors in a future product.

Thanks again for the help.

Dave Johnson

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