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'Trying to find this connector'
2009\02\12@165429 by Jim Franklin

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Hi Guys,

I am trying to find a connector that was sheared off of a unit by a
customer, but none of the usual suspects can identify it; can I call upon
the group knowledge to help with this please?
(I only need a single connector to fix the unit).

The connectors are pitched at 3mm and it's a 3-way with a locking latch.

To keep traffic down for the group, I have uploaded and linked the photo's
here.

http://www.spooflabel.com/conn/a.jpg
http://www.spooflabel.com/conn/b.jpg
http://www.spooflabel.com/conn/c.jpg
http://www.spooflabel.com/conn/d.jpg


Thanks in advance
Jim



2009\02\12@170744 by Artie Jones

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Those are .1 inch pitch (possibly Molex) type connectors, with a locking
tab.

Look through the Digikey or Mouser catalong under .1 ich pitch connectors.
You should be able to buy the loose pins, the header and the housing.

If you cannot find it's exact replacement, you can change the header and
housing parts with any of the .1 inch pitch series, there are hundreds of
different types, with and without various types of locking mechanisms.

Enjoy.

T


On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 4:54 PM, Jim Franklin <spam_OUTjimfTakeThisOuTspamwebstudios.co.uk> wrote:

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2009\02\12@173243 by peter green

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Jim Franklin wrote:
> Hi Guys,
>
> I am trying to find a connector that was sheared off of a unit by a
> customer, but none of the usual suspects can identify it; can I call upon
> the group knowledge to help with this please?
> (I only need a single connector to fix the unit).
>
> The connectors are pitched at 3mm and it's a 3-way with a locking latch.
>
> To keep traffic down for the group, I have uploaded and linked the photo's
> here.
>
> http://www.spooflabel.com/conn/a.jpg
> http://www.spooflabel.com/conn/b.jpg
> http://www.spooflabel.com/conn/c.jpg
> http://www.spooflabel.com/conn/d.jpg
>  
It looks very similar to the power connectors used in PCs for
motherboard and graphics power. That hunch and a quick check of
wikipedia lead me to the molex mini-fit jr series. but checking the
pitch revealed it was 4.2mm.

Some more checking of molexes site however revealed the molex micro-fit
series. Specifically your connector seems to be
http://www.molex.com/molex/products/datasheet.jsp?part=active/0436450300_CRIMP_HOUSINGS.xml&channel=Products&Lang=en-US

Searching for that part number on digi-key finds a product page with a
photo which appears to me to match yours as well as a load of links to
the other mating half (you don't make it clear whether you need the plug
or the socket).

http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Detail&name=WM1846-ND



2009\02\12@191218 by Dave Lagzdin

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Yah,  thats a Microfit
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2009/2/12 peter green <.....plugwashKILLspamspam@spam@p10link.net>:
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