Looking for a connector -- The End...ish.
Dwayne Reid email (remove spam text)
At 10:18 PM 2/28/03 +0200, Peter L. Peres wrote:
>If you want to be very cheap you can use high quality turned IC socket
>pins. They work both as sockets and as plugs. That and shrink tubing and a
>bit of epoxy on the cased part and you have a small and fairly good
>connector. It is probably good for 200 or more insertions.
One other thought regarding this - you need 2 conductors. Use 3 pins for
each sex and connect the 2 outside pins together. That way it doesn't
matter which way you plug it in.
Dwayne Reid <planet.eon.net> dwayner
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