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Postby ken long » Tue Apr 03, 2012 11:10 pm

I need a 7x7 way dual row right angle, male / male Molex header and I only need 2, not 125...

Would maplins carry this in store?

here's a 10x10

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Re: help finding correct molex connector

Postby NMBear » Wed Apr 04, 2012 1:44 am

Don't know about "across the pond". In US I would get it from digikey

http://search.digikey.com/us/en/products/90122-0127/WM8162-ND/760876

Molex part number 90122-0127


ah -- digikey also has UK link

http://www.digikey.co.uk/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?x=0&y=0&lang=en&keywords=%2090122-0127
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Re: help finding correct molex connector

Postby ken long » Wed Apr 04, 2012 8:39 am

thank you! Uh... £12 for shipping?

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Re: help finding correct molex connector

Postby James Perrett » Wed Apr 04, 2012 8:47 am

Digikey is a real pain to buy from over here - despite all their ads making it appear easy. I keep getting stung for customs charges whenever I've ordered from them. Mouser seem much better if you have to go to a US distributor.

However, for a simple right angle pin header like that you ought to be able to find something at Maplin. For mail order you could also go to CPC but they add a £5 charge for small orders. If you can't find the right size at Maplin you could buy a longer one and cut it down.

Edit: - looks like Maplin don't do a right angle one unless they've buried it away in some strange place on their website. Rapid Electronics is another place to try.

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Re: help finding correct molex connector

Postby ef37a » Wed Apr 04, 2012 10:10 am

Is this it from RS? Bottom of page.

http://uk.rs-online.com/web/c/?searchTerm=molex+right+angled+header&page-offset=20&sort-by=default&sort-order=default&view-type=List

If in London you could perhaps pickup a pack?

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Re: help finding correct molex connector

Postby ken long » Wed Apr 04, 2012 10:19 am

Dave, you star

Your link was a 6 way but I think I found the 14POS (i guess if that's what 14W stands for).

In any case, nto exactly a stone's throw to Bow but at least I might be able to verify on site.

Muchos gracias,
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Re: help finding correct molex connector

Postby ef37a » Wed Apr 04, 2012 10:30 am

ken long wrote:Dave, you star

Your link was a 6 way but I think I found the 14POS (i guess if that's what 14W stands for).

In any case, nto exactly a stone's throw to Bow but at least I might be able to verify on site.

Muchos gracias,

You are very welcome Ken. Re the "ways" usual trick is to cut with a Stanley knife,a 4 and a 3 in your case.

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Re: help finding correct molex connector

Postby ken long » Wed Apr 04, 2012 10:36 am

ef37a wrote:
ken long wrote:Dave, you star

Your link was a 6 way but I think I found the 14POS (i guess if that's what 14W stands for).

In any case, nto exactly a stone's throw to Bow but at least I might be able to verify on site.

Muchos gracias,

You are very welcome Ken. Re the "ways" usual trick is to cut with a Stanley knife,a 4 and a 3 in your case.

Dave.

Thanks Dave, hope the pin size is correct...
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