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Discussion in 'Datasheets, Manuals and Component Identification' started by Ulsinus, Jul 17, 2016.

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  1. Ulsinus

    Ulsinus

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    Grateful to receive any help from the forum members in identifying the battery connector pictured. I need to source a replacement plug and socket but without a reference number I've hit a brick wall. Many thanks.
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  2. Sunnysky

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    Looks like AMP makes it

    But you didn't show the business ends
     
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  3. Ulsinus

    Ulsinus

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    Thank you Sunnyside for your help.

    What I now need to know is what the model/reference number is for this item.

    I tried Googling AMP D-5 but get no useful results.

    Again thank you for your help.
     
  4. Ulsinus

    Ulsinus

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    Sunnyside.
    I've spent ages trying to find this item and you've managed to do it in what feels like a blink of an eye.
    It clearly helps to know what you're doing.
    Many thanks.
     
  5. Sunnysky

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    Yes , experience helps.
    My method is get familiar and search by category
    see my prev entry,,starting from Index to housings

    sunnySKY
     
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  6. shrtrnd

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    I'm going to input some trivia here.
    I do a lot of MilSpec work.
    Without telling anybody, AMP moved their production to China. I found-out the hard way, that Chinese-built
    product is not authorized for use in military or aviation flight systems.
    Depending on your application, I thought I should mention that.
     
  7. Kiwi

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    AMP connectors often have the 6 digit part number hidden somewhere on them. Just need a magnifying glass to find and read it.
     
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  8. Ulsinus

    Ulsinus

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    Thankfully that won't affect me as I am a hobbyist. Thankyou
     
  9. Ulsinus

    Ulsinus

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    Great tip! Thanks I'll get my magnifying glass out!
     
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