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What kind of connectors are these? Where do i get them?

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What kind of connector is this? Name? Where can I find these?

They are for a power supply circuit board that powers a TV.
 

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Can you unplug the plugs and take a photo of the other side of them too?

Then the Molex series can be identified - they do look like a very common range.

Not KK though.
 

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**broken link removed**

I found this, but they are RIGHT ANGLE not like that I have.
 

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I found this, but they are RIGHT ANGLE not like that I have.
A completely different (dual row!) connector.

What's the pin spacing? A first sight, the connectors look like JST XH series (2.5 mm grid) or compatible.
 

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A completely different (dual row!) connector.

What's the pin spacing? A first sight, the connectors look like JST XH series (2.5 mm grid) or compatible.

I think the spacing is 2.00 mm
 

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those headers are square pins. not even close.

Yours are round pins, like Swiss style.

Find out from Samsung is best bet, or from the batteries they use in that slot.
 

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The connectors I have are square for sure. There is writing on the male connector that says 13 KL
 

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The connectors I have are square for sure. There is writing on the male connector that says 13 KL
SOrry I was mixing up threads from another question today with a similar connector with round pins.

These are pretty standard.
header, board-mount, 2mm square post with shroud, 1 row, x n pins
https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/35362-1350/WM9829-ND/775686 like this?
Wire to Board type plugs, female, 2mm 1 row x n contacts crimp type

check every dimension to dwg.

https://www.digikey.com/product-sea...=1&stock=1&quantity=0&ptm=0&fid=0&pageSize=25
 

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