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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 23-11-2016, 20:56 Thread Starter
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Hi Guys, Please can anyone help me to identify the 3 pole connectors shown towards the bottom of the attached pic?. Two are 240 out, One is the 240 input.

Its an underneath view of our charger unit and I have
re- routed the input cable and the input plug just doesn't like it!
For now I have managed to close the "tubes" in the plug but I would like to at least know if a new one might be available in the UK.
Thanks in advance

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I have
re- routed the input cable and the input plug just doesn't like it!
For now I have managed to close the "tubes" in the plug but I would like to at least know if a new one might be available in the UK.
Thanks in advance

Mike
Hi Mike,

I don't recognise the connectors unfortunately, but from experience, some connectors actually have the manufacturers name on the side of the connector, although it's usually in the mould of the housing and therefore the same colour as the housing as well, so difficult to see. If you look at the connector on the free end with a magnifying glass can you see any markings and possibly a manufacturer's name? If so then checking the manufacturer's website may help pinpoint which plug it is. Be aware though that those sort of connectors usually have separate housings and pins. The pins then require a crimp tool to attach it to the wire end before inserting into the housing.

What do you mean by "the input plug just doesn't like it"? Is it just that the plug now won't go into the socket because the pins are damaged / distorted?

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These look like Wieland product, typically have a look at RS Components:

http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/lighti...ctors/4194525/

or Wieland part number 92.934.0053.0

You would have to check further, the keying isn't clear on your picture.

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Many thanks for that, it looks about right.
In the meantime I gently closed up the sleeve inside one of the tubes and put the cable back where it wanted to lie (it had been there 10 years!) and all has now worked since but I will hang on to the RS number just in case. I usedt o see similar ones on lighting strip interconnections, I 'm sure

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