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Which 3 pin JST Connector for KPC 700

Discussion in 'Night Vision Optics and Illumination' started by Simonsays, Jan 16, 2018.

  1. Simonsays

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    I have managed to misplace the connector for my KPC 700. Its JST 3 pin type I believe. Anyone (Terry1001) know the correct reference or how to specify it. It would appear to be dependent on pin spacing and ...

    Presumably its the mini micro SH?

    Any help appreciated.

    I can no doubt buy on from Sure24 but they only list with BNC connectors which I don't use - prefer to solder.
     
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    I just cut the bnc plug off of mine and soldered.
     
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    I can’t recall which model, I did buy some that fit the camera but the colour coding is different so care is needed.
     
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    The pin spacing is 1mm but they seem impossible to find. Its likely to be easier to drag £9 or so out ya pocket and cut to the chase.
     
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    THanks guys. I have since found the missing connector so the immediate need has passed. It would still be nice to have some spares mind...
    I think its the micro SH variant.
     
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    I bought some a while back via ebay and my purchase history doesn't go back far enough to identify them or the seller. If you take the measurements of your plug (lucky that you've found it) and google jst plugs you should be able to identify the correct one. They are commonly used in radio control models etc but do be careful with regard to the colour of the individual wires which are likely to be different.
     
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    Show us a picture, i have a few JST connectors i use for other hobbies, i may have what you want.
     
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    Forgot to take a photo Ross but I will get around to this shortly. Thanks for your kind offer.
     
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