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Question Sockets for 90ST Servo Motors?

Discussion in 'Motor actuators and drivers' started by FourOff, Jun 3, 2021.

  1. FourOff

    FourOff New Member

    Oct 16, 2018
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    Hi all,
    I'm trying to build a panel on the base of my rig where all the servo signal and power connections plug in. With all the cords going through the back of my systems rack, the cords that came with the motors were a bit short, so I ordered some 3m extension cables from the seller on AliExpress (I have the "B" option motors with the plugs on the motor). Now I have a hot mess of cables I want to tidy up on the rig's frame and end in a "bulkhead," leaving a nice clean panel that everything plugs into. So I want to shop the ends of my extension cables and solder on some panel connectors that I can mount to a plate.

    Somewhere else these "YD28" plugs (https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32840325644.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.4c1f4c4d6F3k6l) were mentioned, which look close, but they are much bigger (40mm vs the 25mm on the motors).

    Anybody have a source for these? I tried my contact at the seller and he said they don't have them separate. I tried Amphenol, but nothing looks like the exact right size and I have no way of measuring the threads on these (that I know of).
    Thanks- Marc

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