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chaksindia

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Can anyone help me to find a matching female connector for this 2x5 pin board header. I do not know what to search for ... in the internet.
 

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Bluejets

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Look for 2x5p JST connector.
You will need to search for the right pitch.
You may get lucky with lead attached otherwise simply fit your own, not rocket science.
 

chaksindia

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I Googled for 5 days but still could not find it. Searched through other online shops still could not find it. All I I can find is a single row 5 pin connector for the same pitch of 1.27mm.
 

Martaine2005

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There are hundreds of different types. Yours maybe in-house design for any number of reasons.
But, try searching for ‘FRC - Molex - JST - IDC connectors. All of those do have 1.27mm pitch.
The worst scenario is buying a pair and a bit of soldering, by replacing the original. Might be easier, cheaper and quicker.

Martin
 

chaksindia

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There are hundreds of different types. Yours maybe in-house design for any number of reasons.
But, try searching for ‘FRC - Molex - JST - IDC connectors. All of those do have 1.27mm pitch.
The worst scenario is buying a pair and a bit of soldering, by replacing the original. Might be easier, cheaper and quicker.

Martin
As replacing the original board connector voids the warranty of the product, I am stuck.
 

chaksindia

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Ok, perhaps something like this connector will suffice and either use DuPont or solder on leads?. It is double row and 1.27mm pitch.
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Martin
Thank you for the suggestion. I will order a few and test it. There is not much clearance (height) on the PCB casing for the straight pins ... I have to either remove the pins and solder directly or bend them 90 deg to fit in the casing. Anyways, I will keep it as an alternate option until I find the cable harness.
 

Martaine2005

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Search for ‘right angle female header’.
You won’t need to bend pins then. Just check the specs until you find your desired pitch.

Martin
 
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