DB-9 Connector

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DB-9 Connector

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I ran across something yesterday after killing my sell trying to solder on those eight little wires on the DB-9 encoder terminal with my bad eye site and big fingers was a total joke. Well I found the answer. I for one hate Amazon but I caved for this one. Hope this helps somebody out. Bob L
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Thought I add one more thing to this. After receiving the connectors which worked out great. There is a ground lug on these for the shielding wire. Can't go wrong on this item at $7.50 each. Bob L
Bridgeport V2XT, All In One DC #A900779. Using existing SEM motors 112 Volt. Spindle to be controlled by Lenze AC Tech VFD mod #ESV222N02YXB. Machine is being run on 208 3Phase power.
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Beagle Beagle wrote: Sat Jan 23, 2021 9:58 pm Thought I add one more thing to this. After receiving the connectors which worked out great. There is a ground lug on these for the shielding wire. Can't go wrong on this item at $7.50 each. Bob L
Thanks for sharing the info Bob!
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Post by ashesman »

Man, there have been times where I would have loved one of them. I try to use the DB9 connectors with crimp terminals where I can. I have never been able to make a nice job of soldering the wires into them!
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Received mines today !👍
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Now the bad news. The plastic case is to wide to fit them on the All In One side by side. So chucked the case and wrapped them with rubber tape and ty-wraped the wire end. Still beats soldering them. replaced the screws with 4-40X3/8" long (Home Puke). Job done. Bob L
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Beagle Beagle wrote: Mon Feb 22, 2021 3:16 pm Now the bad news. The plastic case is to wide to fit them on the All In One side by side. So chucked the case and wrapped them with rubber tape and ty-wraped the wire end. Still beats soldering them. replaced the screws with 4-40X3/8" long (Home Puke). Job done. Bob L
Well done!
Maybe you can 3D print a better case that fits !
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Post by martyscncgarage »

I don't care for soldering them either. I use crimp pins and the proper crimp tool.
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