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Help identify 7 pin connector

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I’ve got this connector and struggling to find it, Not sure who it made by or what you call it, I’ve been looking trying various methods but can’t seem to locate it or who sells it.
Any ideas would be helpful
Thanks
 

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Obviously no industry standard connector. What's the application, how does the counterpart (jack) locks like? Does the case involve a locking mechanism? Do we see a manufacturer logo at the side?
 

I've looked through LEMO and BINDER manufacturers but can't see that type, these are fitted to plant machines and that's the trouble there is no marking or logo on them. The other side is jsut a round 7 pin where the one shown in the photo above just inter locks and you have to press the button to unlock it
 

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