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Old 02-15-2021, 12:49 AM
ariel_arielly ariel_arielly is offline
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Hii all.
I'm about to produce a new AUDIO PANEL to my -8A.
The audio panel is to be connected to the ICOM A200 Radio, actually, to its rear edge connector.
Since I don't have access to the panel right now, I would like to be adviced by who is familiar with this issue (the ICOM installation manual don't identify the P/N of the connector except it is "MOLEX").
My question is: "What is the MOLEX P/N of the connector, or, at least what is the spacing of the teeth on the PCB?"
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Old 02-15-2021, 09:59 AM
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the crimp type from Molex is discontinued, but Spruce has a solder style in stock.
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Old 02-15-2021, 10:23 AM
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Stein has the crimp style pins
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Old 02-15-2021, 11:11 PM
ariel_arielly ariel_arielly is offline
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Thank you for your fast answers.
On the picture of the connector at Spruce I could see the P/N:
The "3.96" in the P/N means - spacing between teeth is 3.96mm.
Thanks again,
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