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Re: [UV-3R] 4 Conductor Audeo Plug

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  • Fred
    To avoid so horribly butchering a casing consider adapting a neat same type plug on a tough and supple shielded cable cut off a mobile phone hands-free adapter
    Message 1 of 5 , Nov 30, 2012
      To avoid so horribly butchering a casing consider adapting a neat same type plug on a tough and supple shielded cable cut off a mobile phone hands-free adapter e.g. Nokia AD-57.
      Fred.



      From: Terry Arnall <wb6ta.terry@...>
      To: UV-3R@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Friday, 30 November 2012, 16:18
      Subject: Re: [UV-3R] 4 Conductor Audeo Plug

       
      OK...Mouser part number: 171-6435-EX,   Mouser.com/Kobicom

      The link showing the page: http://www.mouser.com/catalog/catalogusd/645/1341.pdf
      Page 1341 see figure "Y"

      But to use this right angle plug I had to shave off some of the plastic around the socket on the radio for the plug to go all the way in.
      I have some pictures of the plug and work if you like...

      73
      Terry - WB6TA
      wb6ta.terry@...

      On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 8:08 AM, Terry Arnall <wb6ta.terry@...> wrote:
      Digi-Key Part Number  CP-35401SP-ND

      This is one source, but I also got some that are 90 degrees I think from Mouser...still searching for that part number.

      Terry - WB6TA


      On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 8:00 AM, hglent <hglent@...> wrote:
       
      What is a US source and part number to purchase the 4 conductor plug used on the programing cable and the speaker mic?

      Please send your response to me off list.

      Thanks
      Paul K.
      WA0BAG




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      73 Terry WB6TA
      Hayward, CA




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      73 Terry WB6TA
      Hayward, CA



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