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[SOLVED] Need help with package codes

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alexxx

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Hi!

I would like to construct a cable like the attached bitmap.
The problem is that I wouldn't know the package code of the connectors and button.
The connectors don't need to have text on them, I am only interested about the correct package.
Can anyone help me on this?


Thanks in advance.

 

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That looks like a pc case wiring kit, with power and drive access led's, and a reset switch.

The connectors look like standard 0.1" molex type, there are various versions, and the switch looks like a keyboard key switch.

I'd be salvaging that stuff from some scrap equipment, you can cut down larger connectors to 2 pin, however if your in the uk maplin electronics do 0.1" molex conns.
 

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can i ask why you want to make them? for profit? or mabye a certan colour off cable to go with your case?
 

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Not for profit, just want to help a friend who needs some samples until he has his own production.
But anyway does it make any difference or it was just curiosity?

Furthermore, thank you dr pepper for your responce. Your suggested connector case is not exactly the same as the picture, but has the same pinout, so it is a good starting point.
 

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