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Help to identify connector

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Simonavis

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Hi Guys.

Can anyone help to identify this connector and advise of places to purchase along with the board connector to match

I've been looking around and I think its a JST connector but I'm getting confused with the different pitch sizes.

Thanks in advance

Simon
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gophert

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What does the bottom side of the connector look like?
 

gophert

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It looks to me like a .05" spacing.
from the left side of the first pin, count 11 pins over to find a mm marker in the exact same position under the pin. That's 14mm away.
14mm/11 pins = 1.27mm = 0.05"

if spacing is 1.25mm, 14mm would be 11.2 pin positions and easily noticeable.
 

Simonavis

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Thanks Guys,

It looks like I have now found it and it matches perfectly to the molex picoblade connector.

I got hung up on jst connectors for hours of searching but the note saying the GH is often confused with the picoblade was the key.

Many thanks

Simon
 

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I got hung up on jst connectors for hours of searching but the note saying the GH is often confused with the picoblade was the key.

That's exactly why I posted the screenshot. Matching up pictures of the likely choices would narrow it down pretty quickly. Good job Wikipedia!
 
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