50 pin card edge connector with long legs

By protek

Expert (119)

protek's picture

29-07-2014, 14:08

I have a slightly damaged cartridge connector in my SVI-728.

I've desoldered the old connector but the replacement that I have has significantly shorter legs than the original.

Anyone know a place to source a suitable replacement or a way to fabricate a riser?

Login or register to post comments

By Marq

Champion (387)

Marq's picture

29-07-2014, 16:31

Something of this sort? A bit big bag tho Smile

http://www.ebay.com/itm/50pc-Industrial-Card-Edge-Slot-Socke...

I happened to find some at the local electronics store. A bit tight fit without slightly carving the connector ends.

By protek

Expert (119)

protek's picture

29-07-2014, 21:30

Yes but the legs need to be 12 mm.

By NYYRIKKI

Enlighted (5898)

NYYRIKKI's picture

29-07-2014, 22:16

Marq wrote:

I happened to find some at the local electronics store. A bit tight fit without slightly carving the connector ends.

Sounds familiar... MSX has about 1mm wider connector compared to PC ISA-connector... oO

By ericb59

Paragon (1058)

ericb59's picture

30-07-2014, 15:47

I have same problem with panasonic MSX2+
I have to replace the Cartridge connector.... oO

By SkalTura

Champion (349)

SkalTura's picture

22-12-2014, 11:21

protek wrote:

Yes but the legs need to be 12 mm.

The connectors with longer pins are used for old method called "wire wrap". If you search for wirewrap connectors you should find the longer pin models.

By st1mpy

Paladin (841)

st1mpy's picture

22-12-2014, 13:40

I got these today
ebay
I think its ok but there is a slight play left to right so you could almost insert and touch the pins next to the intended ones.

By Jipe

Paragon (1528)

Jipe's picture

22-12-2014, 15:20

warning : the wire wrap connector have strong square pin , difficult to insert in the round hole of slot in mainboard