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Discussion in 'Misc Electronics' started by exxos, Aug 18, 2005.

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  1. exxos

    exxos Guest

    Hi all,

    trying to find a source for 19way D-dype male connectors, tried everywhere I
    can think of any everywhere I can find on google, no luck anywhere :-( has
    anyone spotted um on thier travels ? would help if it was in UK too.

    Cheers,
    Chris
     
  2. CWatters

    CWatters Guest

    RS Components appera to have some depending what type.

    Part numbers
    Plug 472700
    Socket 472724
     
  3. Mark VB

    Mark VB Guest

    Hi,

    As far as I know, they only exist in "Solder Bucket"-version. No
    PCB-types, no shells, ...

    Check No. 472-700 and 472-724 at Farnell:
    http://uk.farnell.com/jsp/endecaSearch/partDetail.jsp?SKU=472700
    http://uk.farnell.com/jsp/endecaSearch/partDetail.jsp?SKU=472724



    HTH,
    Mark Van Borm
     
  4. exxos

    exxos Guest


    I don't believe that, I went around RS and farnell countless times, all I
    could find was 9,25ways etc, nothing in 19W at all, tried every combo of the
    words I could think of and never once did the search come up with that! Even
    just put in like "D Type" and went though a list, 48 items came up,
    everything BUT 19W! what did you put in to get it up ??? Would seem one is
    not compatible with farnell's search engine :-(

    thanks!
    chris
     
  5. Mark VB

    Mark VB Guest

    Well, actually I found them in my paper catalogue :) But they do show
    up at Farnell's via Connectors\D\Miscellanous and then using the
    Parametric search.


    Mark VB
     
  6. CWatters

    CWatters Guest

    Don't worry it's not you! I'm sure I typed "19W D-Type" and they were about
    item 9 on the list of results. Just tried it again and I can't find them!
     

  7. There's something weird about those parts - the datasheet linked from
    the part page does not mention any 19 pin parts, and the illustrated
    connector is 25 pins, by my count. The datasheet says the part number
    should start with three letters, with the third one being the shell
    size, but the part number shown is SD19PTD - no shell size???

    I'm sure I've never seen a 19 pin connector in ITT/Cannon's
    D-Subminature series we get here in North America.



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  8. exxos

    exxos Guest

    *phew* , You have better luck than me at finding stuff most times too ;-)

    Chrsi
     
  9. exxos

    exxos Guest

    hmmm, farnell can be a bit iffy on such things, like the other day I ordered
    some surface mount opto's which going by the image were SOIC package, turns
    out they are not, my bad for going by images alone!

    19pin is used on the Back of Atari's ;-)

    Chris
     
  10. Are they "normal density" (pin spacing the same as DB25, DE9)?

    What is the shell size - somewhere between DA15 and DB25? Or are they
    one of the higher density varieties, with three rows of pins?

    I'm beginning to suspect that they may be made especially for/by
    Atari.

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  11. Are they "normal density" (pin spacing the same as DB25, DE9)?

    What is the shell size - somewhere between DA15 and DB25? Or are they
    one of the higher density varieties, with three rows of pins?

    I'm beginning to suspect that they may be made especially for/by
    Atari.

    --
    Peter Bennett, VE7CEI
    peterbb4 (at) interchange.ubc.ca
    new newsgroup users info : http://vancouver-webpages.com/nnq
    GPS and NMEA info: http://vancouver-webpages.com/peter
    Vancouver Power Squadron: http://vancouver.powersquadron.ca
     
  12. exxos

    exxos Guest




    they look like just longer DB9 or shorter DB25's, nothing very special about
    um, just 19pin is hard to find.

    chris
     
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