What is this cable, or more precisly connector called

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A really basic question, but I fear my lack of English is confounding me. I've searched my parts store (Farnell) high and low for this, but I can't seem to hit on this connector type.

Can anyone better versed in English tell me what you would call this connector?

It's about the size of a jumper, slightly higher and often used to connect PC power and reset buttons and such.

Thank you very much for any help!

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are you looking for something like farnell number 865680 ?
this has more pins, but could point you in the right direction.

the pins that go with it are number 1022220

regards

ps I use the dutch farnell site. I assume the numbers are the same every where so you can type thiem in your local farnell site.

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I am Dutchie myself, that works perfectly and is pointing me in the perfect direction. Thanks!

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Also, I do believe part 1593458 is what I am looking for.

Code, justify, code - Pitr Dubovich

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    You probably want farnell code#1593506 "Multicomp crimp housing" (This is the 2 pin; 3,4,5 etc also available).

    Pins for the connector are code#1593529.

    Cheers.

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"Wire to Board Crimp Housing" says a manufacturer (Cvilux).

Dor

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Molec c-grid

For the Dutch and Belgium guys: http://www.samenkopen.net/action...
Checkout the crimptool as well. € 16.- You will not regret it :)

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I use these, by soldering in wires into the terminals.( I also crimp them as well but the tool is megabucks (and I have two)
The point is, for quick and dirty, they are ideal.Save buying all those different crimp tools and crimps....
http://uk.farnell.com/te-connect...
As a typical example. They are available from Digikey at about 1/4 the Farnell price so I import them in bulk from the USA and save a fortune... :)

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For this time, I am prolly going to use the solder ones, short on time and not spending 70 bucks on a crimp tool. Thanx for the help guys!

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