Alto II keyset connector plug identification
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Thu Aug 20 12:06:38 CDT 2020
> Cutting-down a DA-26 might be a better bet, and they're only pennies more
> expensive than the DA-15 VGA connector.
The pin thicknesses are different
It is actually a very unusual connector.
> On Aug 20, 2020, at 00:35, Peter Corlett via cctalk <cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 20, 2020 at 04:38:49PM +1000, Steve Malikoff via cctalk wrote:
>> I had a thought, that if the pin spacing was on par with say a common 15-pin
>> VGA male connector I could buy a bunch of dirt cheap Golden Dragon ones, set
>> them up in the mill and run a high speed slitting saw diagonally between the
>> pins (right though the block and metal surround in one go), and just add a
>> plastic spacer to bump it out to the length of the 19-pin. After all there
>> are only 6 pins used, and of those, just one (assuming common) that would be
>> on the extended bit.
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