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'[OT] need connector for 127mm pitch ?'
Yes missed a decimal on that one it's a 1.27mm pitch. Seeems
to be common enough you just can't buy them :(
:: to be common enough you just can't buy them :(
It may be worth trying the two I mentioned for samples if you only
require a few.
I thought Digikey used to stock the Preci-Dip parts a few years back,
I seem to remember looking at them to get the connector for a sensor
that needed that pitch - but at the time freight costs for one item
Maybe someone like Future in Canada may have them.
cdb, btech-online.co.uk on 6/04/2009 colin
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At 10:15 PM 4/5/2009, you wrote:
>Yes missed a decimal on that one it's a 1.27mm pitch. Seeems
>to be common enough you just can't buy them :(
DigiKey has a variety in stock. Or if you only need a few try buying
(you must buy) samples from 4uconnector.com - they have a huge range
at excellent prices, but unless you can live with 10 of each type you
are usually stuck with buying packs of 1000 - but usually at 10-15%
of the US prices.
Do you have a part number at Digikey, John ? I spent an
hour looking through their inventory but did not come away
with anything useful or in stock.
On Mon, 6 Apr 2009, John Day wrote:
At 12:16 PM 4/7/2009, Kevin wrote:
>Do you have a part number at Digikey, John ? I spent an
>hour looking through their inventory but did not come away
>with anything useful or in stock.
Took me all of 4 minutes, starting with putting connector
.05" into their search engine. Both are in stock for a buck something each.
These are 6 pin female connectors with 0.050" (1.27mm) pitch
Dwayne Reid <planet.eon.net> dwayner
Trinity Electronics Systems Ltd Edmonton, AB, CANADA
(780) 489-3199 voice (780) 487-6397 fax
Custom Electronics Design and Manufacturing
Going off the spec sheet it called for a 1.27 mm connector.
NOW, I realize it is more common in the US to look for the
.05 connector. Thanks Dwayne. :)
William \Chops\ Westfield
On Apr 9, 2009, at 8:19 PM, Kevin wrote:
> Going off the spec sheet it called for a 1.27 mm connector. NOW, I
> realize it is more common in the US to look for the .05 connector.
It is really annoying when a parametric search page lists them as
separate search terms. Sigh.
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