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2004\10\05@082427 by Alan B. Pearce

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I am trying to source a connector pair. The item concerned is very similar
to the original Microsoft In-port Mouse connector, but has an extra pin in
the row opposite the flat key where the shell keys the rotation. I am
looking for a source of PC mounting socket, and possibly the mating cable
plug.

TIA

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2004\10\05@091935 by Mike Hord

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It's not a 5-pin mini-DIN, is it?

http://rocky.digikey.com/WebLib/Singatron/Web%20Data/62000-xP%20series.pdf

As usual, some un-wrapping may be required.  If this doesn't match, could
you put up a picture?

Mike H.

On Tue, 5 Oct 2004 13:26:21 +0100, Alan B. Pearce <obf> wrote:
> I am trying to source a connector pair. The item concerned is very similar
> to the original Microsoft In-port Mouse connector, but has an extra pin in
> the row opposite the flat key where the shell keys the rotation. I am
> looking for a source of PC mounting socket, and possibly the mating cable
> plug.
>
> TIA
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2004\10\05@100353 by Alan B. Pearce

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>It's not a 5-pin mini-DIN, is it?

Thanks Mike, but no, the particular one I am asking about does not have the
plastic keying pin like those, although the 7 pin one on there is another
one I am after on this particular piece of gear.

The one I am chasing is a 10 pin version of the 9 pin that the In-port (Bus)
mouse used, before serial and PS/2 mice came on the scene. I believe
Logitech used the same connector on their original Bus Mouse.

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2004\10\14@112231 by Alan B. Pearce

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>I am trying to source a connector pair. The item
>concerned is very similar to the original Microsoft
>In-port Mouse connector, but has an extra pin in
>the row opposite the flat key where the shell keys
>the rotation. I am looking for a source of PC
>mounting socket, and possibly the mating cable plug.

Right I have taken a picture of the connector I am trying to trace. Also it
appears that it may be used on ATI All-in-Wonder cards for video in/out, and
Amiga Saturn games machines for Video & audio out. I can find sources for
cables for these machines, but I am really after the PCB mount socket as
pictured.


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