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Discussion in 'Beginner Electronics' started by Chris W, Mar 10, 2007.

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  1. Chris W

    Chris W Guest

    I have searched through mouser and digikey and can not find this
    connector. I may have missed it but I did look. I too 3 photos of it
    as close as I can get with my digital camera and here they are...

    http://www.thewishzone.com/cdw/Connector1.jpg
    http://www.thewishzone.com/cdw/Connector2.jpg
    http://www.thewishzone.com/cdw/Connector3.jpg

    as near as I can tell the pin spacing is .050" or 1.27mm. The connector
    is to hook in power video and audio to a tiny 900 mhz transmitter.

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  2. Ross Herbert

    Ross Herbert Guest

    Is the ruler scale in 1/16" at top and 1/32" at bottom? It might help
    us to know this detail.
     
  3. rverdon

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  4. Chris W

    Chris W Guest

    Some one on the s.e.components says it is a Molex 51021. Mouser and
    digikey both sell it. Seems it is 1.25mm instead of 1.27 which is what
    I was searching for and the drawing in the mouser catalog I was looking
    it was at the worst possible angle to tell what it was. Anyway, not
    the trick is going to be to attach the wires to the tiny pins... wish me
    luck.


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  5. JeffM

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  6. Ross Herbert

    Ross Herbert Guest

    Right... I didn't look at the 3rd pic. It isn't obvious from the first
    2 which I did look at.
     
  7. nemo

    nemo Guest

    Try http://www.rscomponents.co.uk/

    They do a hyoodge range of connectors.

    If it's from a TV set, try a specialist TV spares place.
     
  8. Jack

    Jack Guest

    This connector is used on most new computers as the floppy drive power
    connector.
    You can buy one at any computer store that sells power supplies or drives.
     
  9. Jack

    Jack Guest

    Sorry for my hasty submission. I see the connector is much smaller than I
    thought.
     
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