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'[EE] Pin header socket type connector?'
2007\03\28@075408 by slippyr4

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Hi All,

I'm looking for the kind of connected that plugs into male pin headers.

Exactly like the many wires that are standard fit in a PC case, that
plug into motherboard headers such as for the HDD led, PC speaker,
etc.

I'm not sure what they're called, and i've not found a supplier in the
UK (having browsed RS online, and rapid's catalogue).

does anyone know where to get them?

Thanks

Jon

2007\03\28@081220 by Hazelwood Lyle

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I have PC mount strip headers here, I also use them for flying
leads, DigiKey 929850-01-36-ND
Snappable to whatever length you need, gold plated contacts,
very handy for prototype work.
The DK description is "Straight Single-Row Female Gold",
Hardly a working name. :-)

Good Luck,
Lyle

2007\03\28@082353 by Dan Smith

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On 28/03/07, slippyr4 <.....slippyr4KILLspamspam@spam@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm looking for the kind of connected that plugs into male pin headers.
>
> Exactly like the many wires that are standard fit in a PC case, that
> plug into motherboard headers such as for the HDD led, PC speaker,
> etc.

I think you're after Bergcon connectors.  A quick search at Farnell
brings up some likely candidates.  You buy the housings and crimp
terminals separately.

Dan

2007\03\28@083340 by Jinx

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> I'm not sure what they're called, and i've not found a supplier in
> the UK (having browsed RS online, and rapid's catalogue)

40-way (HDD) and 9-(or 10) way serial would be IDC. There are
several styles in the Connectors - Multipole Rectangular section
(eg 323-7845, Bump Polarised Sockets)

Did you want IDC or solder ? It is possible to solder IDC, but not
very tidy-looking. They have others more suitable for soldering, like
0.1" Molex KK (453-123)

Depends whether you want 1 or 2 rows


2007\03\28@105823 by slippyr4

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These are the connectors I mean:-

http://www.mysuperpc.com/build/antec_sonata_pn1_pn2_connector_front.jpg

not sure if those digikey ones are right since they don't appear to
have pictures.

IDC connectors aren't quite what i need.

thanks

Jon

2007\03\28@120203 by Mark Scoville

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>
> These are the connectors I mean:-
>
> http://www.mysuperpc.com/build/antec_sonata_pn1_pn2_connector_front.jpg
>
> not sure if those digikey ones are right since they don't appear to
> have pictures.
>
> IDC connectors aren't quite what i need.
>
> thanks
>
> Jon

You are probably looking for a Molex part - the "C-grid" series maybe.
Digikey has them. Check out DK # WM2800-ND this happens to be the two
position shell. I bought some for a project at work where I wanted
"Just-Like-Inside-A-PC" connectors - looks like you want the same thing.
These are NOT idc - they have individual crimp on pins that slide/snap into
a shell.

-- Mark



2007\03\28@122332 by Hazelwood Lyle

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> These are the connectors I mean:-
>
> www.mysuperpc.com/build/antec_sonata_pn1_pn2_connector_
> front.jpg
>
> not sure if those digikey ones are right since they don't appear to
> have pictures.

Nope, the DigiKey ones that I mentioned are PC mount.
They can be used with flying leads, especially with a bit of small shrink
tubing, but definetly not as "nice" as the picture you showed.


Yes, DigiKey does have a Photo
Part number 929850-01-36-ND
http://rocky.digikey.com/WebLib/3M/Web%20Photos/929974-01-XX,%20929850-01-XX.jpg


Good Luck,
Lyle

2007\03\28@124956 by Alan B. Pearce

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>I'm not sure what they're called, and i've not found a
>supplier in the UK (having browsed RS online, and rapid's
>catalogue).

Try searching RS with "socket 2.54mm" which brings up a whole heap of single
and double row types along the lines of your picture.

2007\03\28@162453 by Roberts II, Charles K.

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Lyle

What gauge wire do you use with Digi P/N 929850-01-36-ND?



Charles K Roberts II

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I have PC mount strip headers here, I also use them for flying
leads, DigiKey 929850-01-36-ND
Snappable to whatever length you need, gold plated contacts,
very handy for prototype work.
The DK description is "Straight Single-Row Female Gold",
Hardly a working name. :-)

Good Luck,
Lyle

2007\03\29@095328 by Hazelwood Lyle

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> Lyle
> > What gauge wire do you use with Digi P/N 929850-01-36-ND? > > Charles K Roberts II >
I usually use ribbon cable, I don't know the gauge offhand.
As I said before, it's not a great solution for production, but it works quite well for one-off prototypes. Unless I'm
in a hurry I insulate each wire with a bit of shrink tubing.

See attached picture for an example.
Lyle



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