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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Can you identify this socket

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidJ View Post
    Yes the 8 pin is similar but unfortunately mine is 6 pin female
    They all seem to be 8 that I have seen, but the pins also seem to be customisable in that they are fitted or not depending on configuration... is the male also 6 hole, or more?
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    Default Re: Can you identify this socket

    Quote Originally Posted by Fantasie 19 View Post
    They all seem to be 8 that I have seen, but the pins also seem to be customisable in that they are fitted or not depending on configuration... is the male also 6 hole, or more?
    Iíve made a mistake in my description. The socket is male (6 pin) and the lead is 6 hole female. No sign of customisation from 8 pin.
    Seems like Simrad have designed and made their own connections.

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    Default Re: Can you identify this socket

    Here is the cable-end connector that I used to replace my Simrad VHF handset cable.

    Here is the datasheet. 6 pins in a 7 pin configuration but with the top pin missing, near the notch.

    This is for the cable-end connector but I presume there will be a matching socket.

    Hope this helps anyone looking to replace their cables in future!
    Last edited by EugeneR; 01-09-19 at 08:10.

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    Default Re: Can you identify this socket

    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneR View Post
    Here is the cable-end connector that I used to replace my Simrad VHF handset cable.

    Here is the datasheet. 6 pins in a 7 pin configuration but with the top pin missing, near the notch.

    This is for the cable-end connector but I presume there will be a matching socket.

    Hope this helps anyone looking to replace their cables in future!
    Good find Eugene and one step closer to the matching socket. For those like me (IT numty) who may wonder where the link is press the word “Here” above.

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