Author Topic: FLIR Exx/E40/E50/E60 charger connector specs/dimensions/model  (Read 988 times)

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FLIR Exx/E40/E50/E60 charger connector specs/dimensions/model
« on: September 03, 2023, 12:44:39 am »
Here's some reference photos of the plug on mine in case it will help anyone in finding them (attached, sorry about them being crappy phone photos). Then figured accurate measurements would also help (also attached). I wasn't happy with my attempts to convey the dimensions so I made a full accurately dimensioned 3D model (and then labeled orthogonal images of that)...

Some measurements rounded to closest 0.05mm (due to 0.01mm tool accuracy and difficulty in measuring some areas). I checked the camera connector dimensions and there is plenty of clearance with my model.

Also, here's the specs for the wall wart: (these seem to be easy to find and cheap, albeit with the wrong connector)
Type: Switching Power Supply
Make: CMP
Model: S040EM1200300
P/N: 10231014
Input: 100-240V AC 50/60Hz 1.2A
Output: 12.0V DC 3000mA

3D Model: (untested)

The plug is accurate, I did take some liberty with the rear, adding 2mm to make up an anchor to mate with the molding. I also combined the metal shell and plastic center into a single part. Other than that, the only other thing I changed was shortening the upper 3x holes (from 7.30mm to 1.50mm) and adding a 1.15mm long opening 0.35mm from the end that the tips of the pins go into (since I was unable to measure the real internal opening offset & size). The molding itself is close to accurate but I was less concerned with an exact duplicate. I made the gaps between parts (molding/plug) 0.1mm, so it will be a tight fit.

The only thing I left out are the holes for the wire to enter the molding and the holes in the plug for the pins since I didn't know what pins to use (I'll leave that for someone else to determine). If someone finds pins they like, I can add holes and re-post.

Due to the small dimensions, it should be printed on a high resolution SLA type printer.

It's created with SketchUp Make 2017 and converted to stl, licensed GNU. I don't currently have a 3D printer, so if anyone tries it, let me know if anything needs to be adjusted, or you can adjust it yourself and post it here or to Thingiverse, either way.

(If it works out, it'd be awesome if someone would be willing to print and pin one I can buy :)
« Last Edit: October 05, 2023, 11:12:11 pm by kexerth »
 


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