Author Topic: Need to identify a connector - thought it was a Molex Minilock but wrong!  (Read 763 times)

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Offline akira9000

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Hi guys, pulling my hair out trying to find a particular kind of connector. I've been playing with an old hardware sampler, connecting current storage (CF, SD cards, SSD drives to 2001 tech) rather than ancient and slow SCSI peripherals and to do the next phase of my experiments I need to make up some cables to allow me to attach some more hardware to the unit's built in power supply.
The sampler came with 1 factory spec cable so at least I have something known to compare.

One end of the cable is standard Molex hard drive type - easy - the other end I thought was Molex Minilock 4 pole. I was so confident I've bought a bag of them. Unfortunately when I unwrapped them and held them side by side with an existing example, it is definitely not. It's basically much bigger than a Minilock. |O

So, from the images, Molex Minilock 4 pole on the left. Anyone know what the plug on the right is?
 

Offline Monkeh

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Re: Need to identify a connector - thought it was a Molex Minilock but wrong!
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2016, 08:57:38 pm »
JST VH.
 

Offline akira9000

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Re: Need to identify a connector - thought it was a Molex Minilock but wrong!
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2016, 09:12:39 pm »
You beauty Monkeh! Lightning speed.
Many thanks.
 


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