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'[BUY]: DB23 Connectors'
2001\02\12@013359 by David Duffy

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Hi All,
Does anyone happen to have a stash of DB23 connectors
(no, not DB25 !) that they'd like to part with? I will need
some to go with some existing equipment. Farnell still list
the plugs & sockets but not the covers. Anyone got 'em?
Regards...

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2001\02\12@203624 by dre Domingos F. Souza

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>Does anyone happen to have a stash of DB23 connectors
>(no, not DB25 !) that they'd like to part with? I will need
>some to go with some existing equipment. Farnell still list
>the plugs & sockets but not the covers. Anyone got 'em?

       Is it used anywhere not being an Amiga computer??? :o)


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2001\02\12@205319 by David Duffy

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At 11:36 PM 12/02/01 -0300, you wrote:
> >Does anyone happen to have a stash of DB23 connectors
> >(no, not DB25 !) that they'd like to part with? I will need
> >some to go with some existing equipment. Farnell still list
> >the plugs & sockets but not the covers. Anyone got 'em?
>
>         Is it used anywhere not being an Amiga computer??? :o)

No, it's on some custom equipment...

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2001\02\12@210556 by Gennette, Bruce

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I've missed the start of this thread but anyway -

It'll probably be cheaper to convert the equipment to 25 pin - you have to
file the openings out 2.5 mm wider and
pull the pins (carefully) out of the old sockets to fit into the new ones.
Hint - a temperature controlled soldering iron can be set for a temperature
that, when applied to each pin, won't melt solder, but will soften the
plastic around the pin enough for it to be removed without damage.  Pins
removed this way can then be cold forced into another socket.

Practice on an old piece of equipment to convince yourself that a new 25 pin
socket plus 10 minutes labour is a viable alternative to sourcing (and
paying for) rare 23 pin plugs.

Bye.

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2001\02\12@211839 by David Duffy

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At 01:05 PM 13/02/01 +1100, you wrote:
>I've missed the start of this thread but anyway -
>
>It'll probably be cheaper to convert the equipment to 25 pin - you have to
>file the openings out 2.5 mm wider and
>pull the pins (carefully) out of the old sockets to fit into the new ones.
>Hint - a temperature controlled soldering iron can be set for a temperature
>that, when applied to each pin, won't melt solder, but will soften the
>plastic around the pin enough for it to be removed without damage.  Pins
>removed this way can then be cold forced into another socket.

Compatabilty is the key issue - already 300 systems in the field.

>Practice on an old piece of equipment to convince yourself that a new 25 pin
>socket plus 10 minutes labour is a viable alternative to sourcing (and
>paying for) rare 23 pin plugs.

They shouldn't be too expensive - maybe AU$10 per plug/socket/cover set.
Regards...

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2001\02\12@231159 by Roman Black

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David Duffy wrote:
>
> At 01:05 PM 13/02/01 +1100, you wrote:
> >I've missed the start of this thread but anyway -
> >
> >It'll probably be cheaper to convert the equipment to 25 pin - you have to
> >file the openings out 2.5 mm wider and
> >pull the pins (carefully) out of the old sockets to fit into the new ones.
> >Hint - a temperature controlled soldering iron can be set for a temperature
> >that, when applied to each pin, won't melt solder, but will soften the
> >plastic around the pin enough for it to be removed without damage.  Pins
> >removed this way can then be cold forced into another socket.


If you can get the plugs from Farnell, maybe the
plastic housings from the D25 will fit the D23 plug??
-Roman

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2001\02\13@090753 by mike

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On Mon, 12 Feb 2001 23:36:47 -0300, you wrote:

>>Does anyone happen to have a stash of DB23 connectors
>>(no, not DB25 !) that they'd like to part with? I will need
>>some to go with some existing equipment. Farnell still list
>>the plugs & sockets but not the covers. Anyone got 'em?
I have a 1996 Videk UK catalogue that lists D23 covers - might be
worth calling them to see if they have any left (+44) 208 204 6690 -
don;t know if this is still current, or the company is still there? Their order codes 7303G/B/M (Grey/Black/Metallised)

Toby Electronics (UK) (+44)1295 271777 fax (+44)1295 271744, who are
definitely  still around, list a 23 way shell :

Part number 11D-C-23-n-m
n is 2 for grey, 5 for metallised
m is 1 for short screws, 2 for long

Toby can probably also supply the connectors, but there may be a MOQ

CPC still list the connectors, probably cheaper then Farnell
http://www.cpc.co.uk
Plug CN04595 UKP0.42 ea. Socket CN04601 UKP0.43 ea.
(Solder bucket)

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2001\02\13@090802 by mike

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On Tue, 13 Feb 2001 15:06:57 +1100, you wrote:

>David Duffy wrote:
>>
>> At 01:05 PM 13/02/01 +1100, you wrote:
>> >I've missed the start of this thread but anyway -
>> >
>> >It'll probably be cheaper to convert the equipment to 25 pin - you have to
>> >file the openings out 2.5 mm wider and
>> >pull the pins (carefully) out of the old sockets to fit into the new ones.
>> >Hint - a temperature controlled soldering iron can be set for a temperature
>> >that, when applied to each pin, won't melt solder, but will soften the
>> >plastic around the pin enough for it to be removed without damage.  Pins
>> >removed this way can then be cold forced into another socket.
>
>
>If you can get the plugs from Farnell, maybe the
>plastic housings from the D25 will fit the D23 plug??
>-Roman
If you're not worried about the screws, some hotmelt glue would
probably do the trick!

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2001\02\13@093253 by Djula Djarmati

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ELFA and Buerklin have them in the printed catalogue. You mean the usual
cheap plastic housing, right? However, they are in a separate paragraph not
with the other DBs - apparently an exotic type. You should check:

http://www.buerklin.de (http://www.burklin.de?)

http://www.elfa.se

also
http://www.schuricht.de

regards,
Djula

+AD4-Compatabilty is the key issue - already 300 systems in the field.
+AD4-
+AD4APg-Practice on an old piece of equipment to convince yourself that a new 25
pin
+AD4APg-socket plus 10 minutes labour is a viable alternative to sourcing (and
+AD4APg-paying for) rare 23 pin plugs.
+AD4-
+AD4-They shouldn't be too expensive - maybe AU+ACQ-10 per plug/socket/cover set.
+AD4-Regards...

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