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'[EE] Identify the connector, win a prize!'
2016\10\27@213700 by Jesse Lackey

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Hi all!  I have a connector I can't find... but seems like it should be reasonably common.  I probably am just missing it.  This is for a footpedal accessory for medical gear designed in Germany, if it matters.

Cable end side, male pins, keyed, 9mm diameter:
<www.celestialaudio.com/6_pins_male_end_of_cable.jpg>
<http://www.celestialaudio.com/6_pins_male_end_of_cable_pic2.jpg>

Panel mount side, female socket:
<http://www.celestialaudio.com/6_pins_female_panelmount.jpg>

What would be best is finding both at mouser/digikey/newark etc.  But I'll take anything orderable, i.e. in stock and orderable by a normal human in the USA.

Prize: the person with the first correct response for either end gets $10 in bitcoin.... and $10 for the first correct response for the other.   Find both first and get $25!  extra bonus!  Wheee!!
(time measured by the "date" in the message header in piclist.)

Thanks all!
J




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2016\10\27@220711 by Bob Ammerman

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Don't want the money, but you might want to check LEMO connectors

~ Bob Ammerman
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2016\10\28@013017 by Dom S

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Bob beat me to it but we use very similar connectors at work all the time and they do indeed look like Lemo connectors.

Just be a little cautious when ordering as there are many different keying variations on certain plugs even though the pin count may stay the same. The Lemo site has some good datasheets where you can try and identify which version you have.

Oh and there are different physical diameters as well - the smallest plugs (which we use a lot of) are an absolute nightmare to solder !

Dom

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2016\10\28@042245 by alan.b.pearce

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I would also plump for Lemo. My immediate reaction when looking at the photos.

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2016\10\28@163957 by Jean-Paul Louis

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Could be also Hirose japanese connectors.

They have 2 keys at 120 degrees.

Just my $0.02,

Jean-Paul
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> On Oct 28, 2016, at 2:08 AM, Peter Feucht <spam_OUTp.feuchtTakeThisOuTspampittec.de> wrote:
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2016\10\29@025835 by David C Brown

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Do you realise that your $0.02 is now only worth $0.016 in the UK since our
Brexit referendum?

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'[EE] Identify the connector, win a prize!'
2016\11\01@064757 by RussellMc
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N1JPL -> Wilmington, USA

1/X <> X

US$0.02 now has more spending power within UK (by factor of 2/1.6 = +25%,
presumably)


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2016\11\01@112326 by David C Brown

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Yes but I can no longer afford to contribute my two cents worth since it
now costs £.016 instead of the  Â£.013 it did last year (or the £.008 it did
when I firsts visited America or the £.005 when I was born)

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2016\11\01@113018 by Chris Roper

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Well it costs me 32c South African to have my US 2c worth that is why I
normally just lurk :)

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2016\11\01@145558 by Richard Prosser

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I just pay $NZ.02. Easier that way. Who said it had to be $US?

RP

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2016\11\02@114015 by Dave Lagzdin

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Scallop is wrong for a lemo but expect it is one of the compatible clones
FGG.1B.306 for a starting point (9mm=1B size)

On 27 October 2016 at 21:36, Jesse Lackey <EraseMEjsl-mlspamcelestialaudio.com> wrote:

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2016\11\02@115637 by Dave Lagzdin

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EEG.1B.306 would get you a rear mount tho' flats on the nut don't seem to
be a lemo thing.

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2016\11\02@120040 by Dave Lagzdin

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I knew I've seen that scallop pattern somewhere.
It is an ODU mini- snap connector

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2016\11\02@124700 by Wayne Allen

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Is it a Fischer Connector? Multiple pins, lockable

Wayne

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