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Hey all,

I need some help to identify the manufacturer of the "DIAG" connector  
shown in the imgur link.  I've done a lot of searching on Digikey, Mouser,  
etc, and I'm not having any luck.  The pin pitch looks to be about 2.5  
mm.  The inside dimensions are about 7.75 mm by 6.1 mm.  These pins wire  
to a serial port for use with a terminal emulator.  If someone could just  
give a clue on the OEM I can do the rest.  Thanks for any help!


https://imgur.com/a/9yGEPXR



Re: Help identifying connector
On 26/07/2022 06:47, Mike Mocha wrote:
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If you end up stuck, I would try three sections off a standard double  
2.5mm pin header...
Chris


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looks like a pretty "standard" shrouded 2x3-pin header.  Might be
intended to plug into a keyed IDC connector for a ribbon cable?


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Wow that's it!  Thanks so much!  Looks like Digikey has the mating parts!

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