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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Ignoramus14534, Jun 23, 2006.

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  1. I would like to buy a RS-232 (DB-9 serial port) receptacle that I can
    mount on a panel. That's to make a device that would be able to be
    connected to a PC via serial cable. I suspect that I am not looking
    for proper terms, anyone know what they are called? Thanks
     
  2. Luhan

    Luhan Guest

    That would be a DB-9F (panel mount).

    Luhan
     
  3. They are called "D-Subminature" connectors. Cannon, who invented the
    series, calls the 9 pin version a DE-9. The second letter is the
    shell size - for standard density, the E shell holds 9 pins, A is 15,
    B is 25, C is 37 and D is 50.

    The connectors are now made by manufacturers in many configurations.
    They should be available from any electronics distributor.



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  4. Thanks. I searched for db9 on digikey and found item 2709F-ND, seems
    to be good enuf.

    i
     
  5. It would be a DE-9, but searching for D-sub connector might help. You
    also need to decide what connection scheme you want (solder cup, IDC
    etc.)


    Best regards,
    Spehro Pefhany
     
  6. David Harmon

    David Harmon Guest

    That would be a DB-9F (panel mount).[/QUOTE]

    More likely a DE-9F
     
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