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What is the name of this kind of connector?

InterGalactic

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Hi, it’s my first post and please pardon me if it’s placed in the incorrect place.

I am looking to get some matting connectors for the ones in the the attached picture and did a lot of searches but couldn’t find a match.
The connector with male pins is about 0.55” O.D.

The connectors came on some LED and driver that are made in China.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!
 

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InterGalactic

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Thanks, yes it looks like a DIN connector, but unlike the DINs I worked with, which are keyed at the bottom or side, this is keyed at the top. I attached also more pictures.

It is also waterproof.
 

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davenn

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Thanks, yes it looks like a DIN connector, but unlike the DINs I worked with, which are keyed at the bottom or side, this is keyed at the top.

there are many styles of DIN connector, dot let the style of key or its location throw you .... there's a zillion different styles

it's a waterproof 6 pin mini DIN
 

kellys_eye

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Looks like it may be from some 'marine' electronics? It may even be made-for-purpose if it's hi-end equipment and expensive accessories are the norm.
 

InterGalactic

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Thanks everyone, it seems to be a bastardization (if that’s a word) of Amphenol LTW BD-08BFFA-7001 8 pin where they removed the center and lower center pins to make a 6 pin version. None of the standard 6 pin paterns I found are like the one I showed, so I will get the 8 pin version and do the same to make the matting sets.

Thanks again!
 
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