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Name this connector?

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antknee

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I need to buy some of the connectors in the picture below. They are tiny things about 5mm across and a two prong connector fits into them. They are very simple things but unless you know their name searching for them online is a bit like looking for a needle in a haystack.

What are they called?

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antknee

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It is a Japan Solderless Terminal. Seems to be a Z series but I haven't come across any E series yet. There are enough that are similar for my problem to be solved. Thanks.
 

Thunderchild

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what does it fit to ? chances are that it is a standard 0.1" pitch so as long as there is not stuff in the way and the pins are the right size should be ok, it looks a lot like the pugs used on fans in various stuff and computers before they were standardized
 

antknee

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It is a JST ZMR-2. Now you have mention it I remember seeing a lot of these in computers from 5 - 10 years ago. At Farnell, the supplier I prefer to use, I can buy the terminals in multiples of 10 but the pins that go into it in multiples of 100. Just my luck!
 
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