Looking for old connectors
lehmann at ans-netz.de
Sun Jul 10 03:12:38 CDT 2016
Thanks for your help so far - I was able to find them at mouser:
> One is easy - J3 is a 2x10 pin 2.54mm connector which is still common today.
> But it is higher than the usual connectors. It has a hight of 1.5cm. If you
> search for the printed A-MP number (1-87456-6), you'll find the housing,
> but not the soldered clips used inside this housing....
> The next one is a power plug used on a CDC FINCH harddisk. The manual
> states, that the Connectors AMP 1-87270-1 or 3-87025-3 can be used.
> I guess this where connectors used with cables - but I need a connector
> which can be placed on a circuit board like this one:
> The next one is also a power plug - but I have no idea about its AMP
> number or something:
> Its counterpart is shown here and labled with AMP, but no number:
Found too without keying pin but this is not important as I don't need one.
The thing is - the connectors in my housing on the board are kinda
simpl. The ones
at mouser seem to be kinda complex with some sort of locking mechanism
- I'm not
sure I need those, but I'm not able to find simpler ones. Maybe the
can be removed by me before installing them in the housing? I need to
be sure that
I can remove the board from the harddisk without such a locking
me from doing so....
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