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'[OT] need connector for 127mm pitch ?'
2009\04\03@230623 by Kevin

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I bought one of thes and can't find a good
connector suggestions ?

http://www.circuitspecialists.com/products/pdf/CC1100B%20Drawing.pdf


Thanks,-
Kevin

2009\04\03@235705 by cdb

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:: bought one of thes and can't find a good
:: connector suggestions ?

Glad you posted a link - a 127mm connector is somewhat large (about
4"), them pesky decimal points!

There is a connector company in the US who occasionally offer samples
look for - Preci-dip and Mill-Max.

http://www.precidip.com  and http://www.mill-max.com

Colin
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2009\04\04@004945 by Alex Harford

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On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 8:06 PM, Kevin <.....kbenKILLspamspam@spam@dca.net> wrote:
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> I bought one of thes and can't find a good
> connector suggestions ?
>
> http://www.circuitspecialists.com/products/pdf/CC1100B%20Drawing.pdf

Samtec should have some.  Whether you can find any at a distributor is
another story...

www.samtec.com/board_to_board/2006/MB2B_OPI.aspx

2009\04\05@221554 by Kevin

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Yes missed a decimal on that one it's a 1.27mm pitch. Seeems
to be common enough you just can't buy them :(

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2009\04\05@223647 by cdb

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:: Seeems
:: to be common enough you just can't buy them :(

It may be worth trying the two I mentioned for samples if you only
require a few.

I thought Digikey used to stock the Preci-Dip parts a few years back,
I seem to remember looking at them to get the connector for a sensor
that needed that pitch - but at the time freight costs for one item
were horrendous.

Maybe someone like Future in Canada may have them.

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2009\04\06@000725 by John Day

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At 10:15 PM 4/5/2009, you wrote:

>Yes missed a decimal on that one it's a 1.27mm pitch. Seeems
>to be common enough you just can't buy them :(

Huh?

DigiKey has a variety in stock. Or if you only need a few try buying
(you must buy) samples from 4uconnector.com - they have a huge range
at excellent prices, but unless you can live with 10 of each type you
are usually stuck with buying packs of 1000 - but usually at 10-15%
of the US prices.

J


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2009\04\07@141654 by Kevin

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Do you have a part number at Digikey, John ?  I spent an
hour looking through their inventory but did not come away
with anything useful or in stock.

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2009\04\07@155438 by Dwayne Reid

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At 12:16 PM 4/7/2009, Kevin wrote:


>Do you have a part number at Digikey, John ?  I spent an
>hour looking through their inventory but did not come away
>with anything useful or in stock.

S9005E-06-ND
S9008E-06-ND

Took me all of 4 minutes, starting with putting    connector
.05"    into their search engine.  Both are in stock for a buck something each.

These are 6 pin female connectors with 0.050" (1.27mm) pitch

dwayne

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2009\04\09@231956 by Kevin

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Going off the spec sheet it called for a 1.27 mm connector.
NOW, I realize it is more common in the US to look for the
.05 connector. Thanks Dwayne. :)

Reagrds,
Kevin



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2009\04\09@235912 by William \Chops\ Westfield

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On Apr 9, 2009, at 8:19 PM, Kevin wrote:

> Going off the spec sheet it called for a 1.27 mm connector.  NOW, I  
> realize it is more common in the US to look for the .05 connector.

It is really annoying when a parametric search page lists them as  
separate search terms.  Sigh.

BillW


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