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  1. #1
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    Trying to find this connector

    This is a cable connector that came with my square 1.5Kw spindle. I need to find a replacement connector so I can make a new cable.
    Attachment 422954


    The cable connector connects to the female located on the spindle.
    Attachment 422956


    If anyone knows where I can get this connector, or even what this type connector is called so I can do some searching.
    Author of: The KRMx01 CNC Books, The KRMx02 CNC Books, The KRmc01 CNC Milling Machine Books, and Building the HANS Electric Gear Clock. All available at www.kronosrobotics.com

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    Re: Trying to find this connector

    I have seen some sold on a chinese site, can't remember atm. Mine i bought recently from Lapp, the guys that supply cable, but the "genuine" good quality one's from Lapp and Rs components are quite expensive.
    Think i paid around $50 AUS, for the complete male and female

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    Re: Trying to find this connector

    I just had a look at the Lapp site...here the plug is around $20 AUD, you do have Lapp in America

    Hope this helps

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    Re: Trying to find this connector

    Link?

    I would pay $20 for the male plug. My other option is to take the original connector off the cable it is on and make dongle that connects to a more common connector.
    Author of: The KRMx01 CNC Books, The KRMx02 CNC Books, The KRmc01 CNC Milling Machine Books, and Building the HANS Electric Gear Clock. All available at www.kronosrobotics.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by msimpson99 View Post
    Link?

    I would pay $20 for the male plug. My other option is to take the original connector off the cable it is on and make dongle that connects to a more common connector.
    With a bit of googling...

    https://lappusa.lappgroup.com

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    Re: Trying to find this connector

    Try this link: https://lappdigitallibrary.cld.bz/LA...og/301/#zoom=z. It's to the North American catalog (and the site).

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    Re: Trying to find this connector

    Looks like you all sorted now

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    Re: Trying to find this connector

    Looks like it is an HA 4 connector. Searching on Ebay I was able to get four (used) connectors with housings delivered for under $50.

    Thanks again for the help.
    Author of: The KRMx01 CNC Books, The KRMx02 CNC Books, The KRmc01 CNC Milling Machine Books, and Building the HANS Electric Gear Clock. All available at www.kronosrobotics.com

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    Post Re: Trying to find this connector

    Patience and perseverance have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish.

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    Re: Trying to find this connector

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    Re: Trying to find this connector

    This looks like a Harting connector, https://www.elfadistrelec.no/Web/Dow...6/04347126.pdf

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    Re: Trying to find this connector

    I am a industrial electrician by trade and reading people writing that metal connectors do not cause fire makes me wounder where they get this claim from. I have seen die moulded aluminium connectors melted from earth faults, blown wide open from series arcing over time. Sure, I would feel much safer about metal style connectors but saying they do not cause fire is upright wrong.

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