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finding footprint of certain connector

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Hello, in the datasheet shown below J3 is HEADER RT>PLZ .1CEN LK 9POS what is the exact name of the connector so i could find it in digikey?
Thanks.
https://cdn.macom.com/datasheets/CGHV1A250F.pdf
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Looks like a generic 0.100" (2.54mm) spacing, right-angle, SMT, connector.

Your data sheet is for a transistor, it has nothing to do with the connector.
 
The connector actually looks like a JST-EH-9 connector.
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Take a look at 640457-9 at digikey website.
 
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Hi,

What´s the units of the measurement tool used in post#3?
Instead of using a measurement tool (I´ve never seen) you could do the measurement and post the values. I mean: you need them anyways to do a useful search... and to compare with datasheets.

And please post a photo as side view of the connector. (100kB should be sufficient)

Klaus
 
Hello Klaus , in post 3 i put 10mm ruler next to the connector.
In this board they put a connector which is intended to threw hole on a surface mount foot print.
I need to download a foot print where i could do the same trick as shown in the photo below.
does the footprint shown in the link below will do the job?
i need the pads size and position to fit the metal going on top of it.
What footprint you recommend for my purpose?
Thanks.

https://eu.mouser.com/ProductDetail...X3*MTcxMDIzNjcxNS4xLjAuMTcxMDIzNjcxNi4wLjAuMA..

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I need to download a foot print where i could do the same trick as shown in the photo below.
Download? This means you are not able to put 9 SMD pads in a row on your own????

Please focus on what you do: (maybe it´s time to take a sleep)
* don´t post a link to a transistor while you talk about a connector (post#1)
* don´t talk about resistors (post#5)
* there is no "footprint in the link below" it shows a selling site for a different connector

PNG is not useful for photos --> use JPG

(PNG is useful for screenshots with limited count of colors, like diagrams, schematics, ...)

Klaus
 
Hello Klaus, you are correct :) It easier to build it by myself.as shown below.
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