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'[EE:] PCBs in Dsub hoods'
2004\06\25@110954 by Mike Hord

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Resending, because I don't recall seeing it posted the first time...

I'm needing to put a small PCB into a DB9 dsub connector.  Does
anyone know of a company that makes a dsub made for that?

I'll need probably .5" x 1.5" or so, to fit all I need.  I'd like to
avoid a bulge in the middle of the cable if I can.

Does anyone have any favorite methods?  All I can think of is
buying different ones and trying them out.

Mike H.

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2004\06\25@111826 by Charles Craft

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RCL-1 RS232 Level Converter in a DB9 backshell

http://www.piclist.com/techref/io/serial/RCL1.htm

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From: Mike Hord <spam_OUTgaidinmdTakeThisOuTspamHOTMAIL.COM>
Sent: Jun 25, 2004 10:09 AM
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Subject: [EE:]  PCBs in Dsub hoods

Resending, because I don't recall seeing it posted the first time...

I'm needing to put a small PCB into a DB9 dsub connector.  Does
anyone know of a company that makes a dsub made for that?

I'll need probably .5" x 1.5" or so, to fit all I need.  I'd like to
avoid a bulge in the middle of the cable if I can.

Does anyone have any favorite methods?  All I can think of is
buying different ones and trying them out.

Mike H.

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Guide! http://dollar.msn.com

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2004\06\25@112029 by David VanHorn

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At 10:09 AM 6/25/2004 -0500, Mike Hord wrote:

>Resending, because I don't recall seeing it posted the first time...
>
>I'm needing to put a small PCB into a DB9 dsub connector.  Does
>anyone know of a company that makes a dsub made for that?
>
>I'll need probably .5" x 1.5" or so, to fit all I need.  I'd like to
>avoid a bulge in the middle of the cable if I can.
>
>Does anyone have any favorite methods?  All I can think of is
>buying different ones and trying them out.

The ones I have seen, just used offset pads, and shoved the PCB between the standard solder cup pins.  They may have used thinner board stock, but I don't have one at hand to measure.

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2004\06\25@114540 by Anand Dhuru

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I have used 9 pin to 9 pin hoods the kind used for gender changer dongles,
with a blanking plate at the non-connector end.

Or, for larger PCBs, one can use 9 pin to 25 pin hoods as well.

Regards,

Anand

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2004\06\27@115954 by Paul Hutchinson

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> -----Original Message-----
> [PICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU]On Behalf Of David VanHorn
> Sent: Friday, June 25, 2004 11:20 AM
> The ones I have seen, just used offset pads, and shoved the PCB
> between the standard solder cup pins.  They may have used thinner
> board stock, but I don't have one at hand to measure.
>

I've found that 1/32" thick PCB material fits best between the solder cup
pins on the dongles I designed for a client many years ago.

Paul

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