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    TB6560 (HY-TB3DV-M) limit switch connector?

    Just got my CNC moving about, and now I can see that having limit switches hooked up would be nice. Unfortunately the limit switch connector is some kind of funky little polarized 5 pin thing. Does anyone know what it is and where I can get the matching part?

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    That number does not show up, what make is it? or post a picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Al_The_Man View Post
    That number does not show up, what make is it? or post a picture.
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    It's this: http://fozztexx.com/CNC/HY-TB3DV-M_3Axis_Driver.pdf

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    Is it sort of like a floppy power connector, or does it have thin pins in it spaced .100 apart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jschmitt View Post
    Is it sort of like a floppy power connector, or does it have thin pins in it spaced .100 apart?
    Definitely not a floppy connector, the pins are closer than .100.

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    Your best bet is to measure the pin pitch and search the DigiKey catalogue.
    They have almost every type known to man!
    I would particularly at the Hirose style, they usually make miniature and micro-miniature type.
    It looks similar to the DF13 1.25mm pitch?
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    Al,

    I believe it is a 2.5mm XH connector.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jalessi View Post
    Al,

    I believe it is a 2.5mm XH connector.
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    But the OP said it was much closer than .1" (2.5mm)?
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    Al,

    Not trying to be a smart a$$ however 2.54mm is .09999749

    Is the user measuring the gap between the pins or the center to center dimension?

    Sorry for the incomplete reply,

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    I have an extra one I'll mail you if you give me your address...

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    WW,

    That is very generous, can you post a good picture of the cable?

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    Jeff -

    don't have one at the moment...but I have the exact board you posted the link to, and it came with a cable (I fried the board, though)...

    "I believe it is a 2.5mm XH connector."

    I have to agree.

    WW

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