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Nokia 2mm power jack suppliers?

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Hi, I make a very tiny device and I need an ultra mini male jack on the device chassis, mated with a female one (or vice versa) at the charger cable.
The Nokia 2mm plugs is of interest as they are the smallest I know.

Does anyone have an idea where to find male and female ones to buy, instead of ruining a phone?
 

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Years ago it was common to see earphones and power supplies ending with a 1/32 inch phone plug. Not sure about nowadays.
No this is not a phone plug, it is the reverse, a power jack. See here



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the comparison to the standard USB.
The piece that fits on the cable can be found easily from such adaptors or old chargers. It is the piece that fots on the phone that is difficult to find.
 
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Power adapters often include an assortment of such plugs, in different sizes.

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The 1/32 inch phone plug is a poor substitute. It is liable to short circuit momentarily when inserting or removing the plug.

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Or if you need the jack, then my best suggestion is an electronics mail order house.
 

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