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How To Install The 5 Pin DIN Male Solder Connector (180° Style) - Metal
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/5-pin-din-male-solder-connector-metal-180 Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 5 Pin DIN Male solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, a small screwdriver, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 5 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After soldering, snap in the metal tab to attach the strain relief. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Then, screw the connector together. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 5 Pin DIN Male solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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How To Install The 5 Pin DIN Male Solder Connector (180° Style) - Plastic
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/5-Pin-Din-Male-Connector-AT-Keyboard-Style Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 5 Pin DIN Male solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 5 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, place the metal shell around the pins. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 5 Pin DIN Male solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 3965 ShowMeCables
How To Install The 8 Pin DIN Male Connector (262 Degree Style) - Plastic
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/8-Pin-DIN-Male-Solder-Connector-262-Degree-Style Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 8 Pin DIN male solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 8 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, place the metal shell around the pins. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 8 Pin DIN male solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 8630 ShowMeCables
How To Install The 5 Pin DIN Female Solder Connector (180° Style) - Metal
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/5-pin-din-female-solder-connector-metal Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 5 Pin DIN Female solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 5 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, place the metal shell around the pins. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 5 Pin DIN Female solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 428 ShowMeCables
How To Install The 8 Pin DIN Male Connector (270 Degree Style) - Plastic
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/8-Pin-DIN-Male-Solder-Connector-270-Degree Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 8 Pin DIN male solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 8 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, place the metal shell around the pins. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 8 Pin DIN male solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 2819 ShowMeCables
How To Install The 8 Pin DIN Male Solder Connector (270° Style) - Metal
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/8-pin-din-male-solder-connector-metal Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 8 Pin DIN Male solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, a small screwdriver, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 8 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After soldering, snap in the metal tab to attach the strain relief. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Then, screw the connector together. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 8 Pin DIN Male solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 1079 ShowMeCables
Ebay DIN Connectors, don't buy them
 
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Advice on connector choice. Use a real distributor. They cost just a few pennies more, and the quality of the pins and plastics are much higher.
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How To Install The 8 Pin DIN Female Connector (270 Degree Style) - Plastic
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/8-Pin-DIN-Female-Solder-Connector-270-Degree-Style Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 8 Pin DIN female solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 8 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, place the metal shell around the pins. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 8 Pin DIN female solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 661 ShowMeCables
How To Solder DIN Plugs - Commodore 64 Power Supply
 
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AKA How I learned to stop worrying and love the DIN. See description below! Please like, share, support. 🙏 BECOME A PATREON: http://patreon.com/perifractic 🍻 BUY ME A SHANDY: 🇺🇸http://bit.ly/2MVj1AD | 🇬🇧http://bit.ly/2MZQvOb 🐤 FOLLOW ME: http://twitter.com/chrisimpsonline SHOPPING LIST* 🕹 DIN Plugs: 🇺🇸http://amzn.to/2FfBqaU | 🇬🇧https://amzn.to/2ksqdYD 🕹 Tip tinner: 🇺🇸http://amzn.to/2F5l7dL | 🇬🇧https://amzn.to/2LyQ3qh 🕹Recommended lead free solder: 🇺🇸https://amzn.to/2tAdiZV | 🇬🇧https://amzn.to/2KmNtFW 🕹XRGB Mini HDMI upscaler: 🇺🇸https://amzn.to/2I47BIl | 🇬🇧https://amzn.to/2KWuUVV 🕹 Recommended soldering iron: 🇺🇸http://amzn.to/2CRE3um | 🇬🇧https://amzn.to/2ym9P2z 🕹️ Recommended desoldering gun: 🇺🇸https://amzn.to/2HV2uug | 🇬🇧https://amzn.to/2GSd2cp 🕹 Recommended solder sucker: 🇺🇸http://amzn.to/2F75W3F | 🇬🇧https://amzn.to/2GU4MbC 🕹 Recommended multimeter: 🇺🇸http://amzn.to/2GTW3GY | 🇬🇧https://amzn.to/2krHgu2 🕹 Recommended chip removal tool: 🇺🇸https://amzn.to/2wDLac8 | 🇬🇧https://amzn.to/2GVxFEv DESCRIPTION 🕹 My PSU DIN has developed a short. I hate soldering DINs. So I decided to learn the correct way, and share with my friends here on YouTube. It takes a couple of attempts to get the perfect result, but it’s worth the wait. And I particularly like the metal “bwack 64 Saver” style DIN connected to the C64C new case! I hope you like it too. ⚠️ Make sure the wires on pins 6/7 don't touch the metal DIN cable grip or you could blow the 9V fuse in your C64. You can insulate them from it with electrical tape to be safe. ⚠️ I name & display the incorrect pin numbers in this video. I have punished myself suitably. For the check pins you can use Greisis Workbench's schematic in the description of this: http://youtu.be/oY6ycn7qmzo 🕹 Don't hesitate to comment with any suggestions, questions, or sugquestions! I DO REPAIRS & MODS 🕹️ Message me: https://goo.gl/LB382Z 🕹️ Tweet me: @chrisimpsonline UPDATES 🕹 All systems go WITH THANKS 🕹️ Jan Beta: http://youtube.com/janbeta 🕹 Greisis Workbench: http://youtu.be/oY6ycn7qmzo 🕹 Incidental music by Perifractic: “Beautiful Mind“ from album “Pop: Vox” https://goo.gl/Zo5pum 🕹 Title music by Perifractic: "I Found You" from "Insta: Mental" https://soundcloud.com/euromantix | https://goo.gl/Zo5pum *These affiliate links help support this channel
How To Install The 5 Pin DIN Female Panel Mount Solder Connector (180° Style)
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/5-Pin-DIN-Female-Panel-Mount-Connector-AT-Style Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 5 Pin DIN Female Panel Mount solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 5 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After soldering is complete, you can now mount the connector Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 5 Pin DIN Female Panel Mount solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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An Overview of DIN Connectors - What You Need To Know
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/by-category/connectors-adapters/computer/din Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. DIN connectors are frequently used in a variety of low voltage applications, ranging from audio and video to power, serial and data. We offer the connectors in both plastic and metal housings. Male and Female orientations. Mini DIN. And Panel mount. DIN connectors come in a variety of pin arrangements including: 3 pin, 4 pin, 5 pin, 6 pin, 7 pin, 8 pin and 13 pin. What can be confusing with DIN connectors is that the 5 pin and 8 pin connectors have slightly different configurations. Let’s take a closer look at the different styles. The 5 pin connector comes in a 270, 240, and 180 degree orientation. The 270 degree style looks like the number 5 you might see on a pair of dice. The 240 degree is formed in a U-shape. And the 180 degree is a small, half-circle. Now for the 8 pin. There is a 270 and 262 degree orientation. These two can be hard to identify because they look very similar. The 270 degree is angled inward, almost making a complete circle. Where the 262 degree forms more of a U-shape and does not curve inward quite as much. There are also mini versions of the connectors ranging from 3 pin to 8 pin.. These are a smaller form factor compared to the standard DIN connectors. The two most common arrangements of mini DIN are the 6 pin and 4 pin. The 6 pin mini is used for PS/2 connectors, typically found on many older keyboards and mice. The 4 pin is used for S-video connections found on various home theater equipment. Hopefully this has cleared up any confusion on the different DIN connector types. If you’re still having trouble or just have any questions not covered here, feel free to call our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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Found A/D/S 8-pin din plugs.
 
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I didn't forget about you. I tracked down what I think might help.
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How to make a TRS to DIN MIDI Cable for Arturia Beatstep Pro
 
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I bought a Beatstep pro secondhand and it didn't come with the MIDI Adapter cables.. you can purchase them from Arturia's site for cheap, BUT shipping is 60 dollars to ship to U.S. (!!!!) it appears that they're not readily available, so I made my own. Note.. KORG uses a different adapter.. my guess would be they simply flip the 2 wires(??) but I'm not 100% Results: Ring - Red Tip - White Sleeve - Exposed Diagram is from BEHIND (not facing port) 2- Shield 4- White 5- Black 2 to Ground 4 to Tip (White - White) 5 to Ring (Black - Red) Your colors may vary! I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 17396 Shadow Pilot
How To Install The 5 Pin DIN Male Solder Connector (270° Style) - Plastic
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/5-pin-din-male-solder-connector-plastic-360 Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 5 Pin DIN Male solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 5 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, place the metal shell around the pins. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 5 Pin DIN Male solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 2055 ShowMeCables
Weatherproofing Kit for 1/2" to 7/16 DIN, N type and 4.3-10 Connector on Antenna or RRU Equivalent
 
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HarshMet is a specialist manufacturer of weatherproofing solutions for wireless industry
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The Difference Between A Clamp and DIN Valves
 
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https://www.simplyscuba.com/collections/regulators Here's a video showing the differences between an A-Clamp and a DIN Valve on a SCUBA cylinder and how to attach each type of first stage.
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How To Install The 8 Pin DIN Female Connector (262 Degree Style) - Plastic
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/8-Pin-DIN-Female-Solder-Connector-262-Degree-Style Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 8 Pin DIN female solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 8 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, place the metal shell around the pins. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 8 Pin DIN female solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 455 ShowMeCables
How To Install The 13 Pin DIN Male Solder Connector - Plastic
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/13-Pin-DIN-Male-Solder-Connector Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 13 Pin DIN Male solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 13 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, place the metal shell around the pins. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 13 Pin DIN Male solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 6111 ShowMeCables
How To Install The 8 Pin DIN Female Panel Mount Connector (270 Degree Style)
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/8-pin-din-female-panel-mount-connector Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 8 Pin DIN Female panel mount solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 8 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After soldering is complete, you can now mount the connector. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 8 Pin DIN Female panel mount solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 301 ShowMeCables
How To Install The 6 Pin Mini DIN Male Solder Connector
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/Mini-6-Pin-DIN-Male-Solder-Connector-PS2-Style Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 6 Pin Mini DIN male solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 6 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, place the metal shell around the pins. Then attach the plastic shell and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 6 Pin Mini DIN male solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 10269 ShowMeCables
Linkswell Universal Double Din T Style Radio Installation
 
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In this Installation video we install one of our Universal Double Din T-Style radios into a 2014 Toyota Sienna. ***Still learning the camera so please forgive the constant camera refocusing***
Views: 1210 LinksWell Inc.
How To Install The 6 Pin Mini DIN Female Solder Connector
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/Mini-6-Pin-DIN-Female-Solder-Connector-PS2-Style Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 6 Pin Mini DIN Female solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 6 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, attach the plastic shell and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 6 Pin Mini DIN Female solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 1089 ShowMeCables
How To Install The 6 Pin DIN Male Solder Connector - Plastic
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/6-Pin-DIN-Male-Solder-Connector Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 6 Pin DIN Male solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, a small screwdriver, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 6 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, place the metal shell around the pins. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 6 Pin DIN Male solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 3748 ShowMeCables
How To Install The 8 Pin Mini DIN Male Solder Connector
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/Mini-8-Pin-DIN-Male-Solder-Connector Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 8 Pin mini DIN Male solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 8 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, place the metal shell around the pins. Then, attach the plastic shell. The strain relief tab should be seated into the plastic shell. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 8 Pin mini DIN Male solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 16481 ShowMeCables
DIN connector - Wiring the 3 pin connectors
 
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This video is about DIN connector
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Fun : Peeved-off with audio DIN plug. I WANNA POP IT !!
 
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In this vid, I explain what is wrong with the Audio DIN plug up in front of the camera, and why I WANNA POP IT!! The wiring config in it IS UTTER PANTS. I thought that there was something wrong with my boombox (One of which has yet to be seen on BoomBox Friday!) and I'm just glad that this plug didn't damage my boombox. For that very reason..... I WANNA POP IT...... and.... I WANT FLAAAAMES!! it's gotta go, as this thing attempted to kill my boombox by stuffing audio INTO the output. This could've damaged the circuitry inside. I AIN'T HAVIN' IT!! Where's my VARIAC and my FUN-JIGGERY-POKERY UNIT?!! Oh yes!! I WANNA POP THIS PLUG! I want to put this on WAY MORE VOLTS than it's supposed to take..... UNTIL IT POPS! Stay tuned peoples! I want to rip this one RIGHT UP. I have a feeling that this is going to be EPIC! :D Thanxx for watching, -BoomBoxDeluxe. Video Thumbnail: Screen-shot at 1:32 ____________________________________ Tags used in this video: Audio connection, DIN plug, 5-pin DIN plug, Poor connections, Incorrect connections, Wrong connections, Inappropriate connections, I WANNA POP IT!, I wanna blow stuff up!, I WANT FLAMES!, BoomBoxDeluxe ---------------------------------------------------------------- -end.
Views: 3415 BoomBoxDeluxe
How To Install The 8 Pin Mini DIN Female Solder Connector
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/Mini-8-Pin-DIN-Female-Solder-Connector Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 8 Pin mini DIN Female solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 8 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, attach the plastic shell and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 8 Pin mini DIN Female solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 1772 ShowMeCables
How To Install The 3 Pin DIN Male Solder Connector - Plastic
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/3-Pin-DIN-Male-Solder-Connector Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 3 Pin DIN Male solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 3 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, place the metal shell around the pins. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 3 Pin DIN Male solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 2928 ShowMeCables
How To Install The 5 Pin Mini DIN Male Solder Connector
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/Mini-5-Pin-DIN-Male-Solder-Connector Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 5 Pin Mini DIN male solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 5 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, place the metal shell around the pins. Then attach the plastic shell and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 5 Pin Mini DIN male solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 1723 ShowMeCables
INVENTOR din connector.avi
 
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CREATED IN INVENTOR 2009 STANDARD MIN DIN CONNECTOR
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MIDI: USB vs Standard 5-pin DIN, and how to convert USB-MIDI to 5-pin DIN MIDI
 
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MIDI: USB vs Standard 5-pin DIN, and how to convert USB to 5-pin DIN MIDI Stadard.
Views: 42981 PianoManChuck
G22588 - 4 Pin Mini-DIN Male Inline Plug Connector
 
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Small 4 Pin Mini-DIN male inline plug connector with strain relief built in. Brand New.
Views: 1311 Chaney Electronics
How To Install The 7 Pin DIN Male Solder Connector - Metal
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/7-pin-din-male-solder-connector-metal Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 7 Pin DIN Male solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, a small screwdriver, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 7 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After soldering, snap in the metal tab to attach the strain relief. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Then, screw the connector together. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 7 Pin DIN Male solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 660 ShowMeCables
Antari Z6 Series Remote Control Repair - MIDI 5-Pin Din Plug Replacement For Smoke / Haze Machine
 
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In this video I repair an Antari Z6 Series remote control for smoke / fog / haze machines that the connector has self destructed on. This video is also shot at 4K Ultra HD to test my new phone's camera out! The original remote connector is a extremely cheap and rubbish molded plastic one that the pins and plug part fell out of it! The part I replace it with is a Neutrik / Rean NYS332 model of much higher quality and metal construction. This is a fairly simple task for anyone with some basic soldering skills to complete once you know the pinout and correct wiring. I checked this on the old connector using my multi-meter as shown in the video then copied it over to the new connector. Follow my social media here: http://www.nph-network.co.uk/socials.php (Facebook, Twitter, etc..) You can send tips/donations to show your support via my website: http://www.nph-network.co.uk/donate.php Video recorded Using A Samsung Galaxy S5 (SM-G900F).
Views: 2095 Nathan PH
PS2 Mini DIN 6 Pin Conversion from AT Keyboard DIN 5 Pin
 
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This is the best way to use the unusable old AT keyboard. It teaches you how to convert to PS/2 type keyboard from DIN 5-Pin plug. Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pt09281976 Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PeerlessTech
Views: 1043 PeerlessTech
Solenoid Cables KickStart
 
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http://www.automationdirect.com/solenoid-valve-cables (VID-PN-0030) Pneumatic Solenoid Valve Cables & Valve Connectors High quality solenoid connectors and over-molded solenoid connector cables for pneumatic solenoid valves - Square DIN style, reduced wiring time - Three DIN 43650 standard forms A, B, & C Pin spacing: A = 18mm, B = 10mm, C = 8mm - Two DIN style industrial forms (referred to as BI & CI) Pin spacing: BI = 11mm, CI = 9.4mm - 24V AC/DC, 110V AC/DC and 230V AC/DC models available - Standard 1-year warranty SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.comhttp://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=automationdirect Facebook: http://www.AutomationDirect.com/Facebook Twitter: http://www.AutomationDirect.com/Twitter Google: http://www.AutomationDirect.com/google-plus Prices were valid at the time the video was released and are subject to change Related AutomationDirect.com part numbers: SC10-0, SC10-3, SC10-5, SC10-LS110-0, SC10-LS110-3, SC10-LS110-5, SC10-LS24-0, SC10-LS24-3, SC10-LS24-5, SC11-0, SC11-3, SC11-5, SC11-LS110-0, SC11-LS110-3, SC11-LS110-3R, SC11-LS110-5, SC11-LS110-5R, SC11-LS24-0, SC11-LS24-3, SC11-LS24-3R, SC11-LS24-5, SC11-LS24-5R, SC18-0, SC18-3, SC18-5, SC18-LS110-0, SC18-LS110-3, SC18-LS110-5, SC18-LS24-0, SC18-LS24-3, SC18-LS24-5, SC8-0, SC8-1, SC8-3, SC8-5, SC8-5T, SC8-LS110-3, SC8-LS110-5, SC8-LS24-3, SC8-LS24-5, SC9-3, SC9-5, SC9-LS110-3, SC9-LS110-5, SC9-LS24-3, SC9-LS24-5
Views: 2245 AutomationDirect.com
How To Install The 6 Pin DIN Male Solder Connector - Metal
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/6-pin-din-male-solder-connector-metal Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 6 Pin DIN Male solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, a small screwdriver, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 6 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After soldering, snap in the metal tab to attach the strain relief. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Then, screw the connector together. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 6 Pin DIN Male solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 998 ShowMeCables
Types Of People in a Bus - Amit Bhadana
 
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ALAG ALAG TARAH KE LOG MILTE HAIN HUMEIN BUS MEIN, YEH VIDEO UNI LOGO KE LIYE :) Share Kardo Apne Dosto Ke Sath. PYAAR BANAYE RAKHEIN. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheAmitBhadana Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theamitbhadana Twitter: https://twitter.com/iAmitBhadana Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_vcKmg67vjMP7ciLnSxSHQ?view_as=subscriber
Views: 44959623 Amit Bhadana
GatorMate industrial connectors—rugged and easy to assemble in the field
 
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In our latest product spotlight, Design World’s Mary Gannon talks with with Canfield Connector’s Pat Byce about the company’s newest product— its GatorMate GT Series molded receptacle and plug mobile and industrial connectors. These are similar to basic Deutsch-style designs but enhance the wired section of the connectors by accommodating a molded-jacketed cable with added features of indicator lights. These rugged connectors feature an IP67 rating and are shock, vibration, moisture and dust resistant. This robust design holds transient voltage/current within the connector. A light indicator tells the user power is applied. As for the assembly itself, the GT Series is available with many wire styles and lengths and is available in either the Receptacle or Plug style versions. Cables available are the well-known Canfield Connector flooded jacketed cable. Custom versions of the GT Series connector can come with special wires including high flex, media compatible wire, special use wire, or high temperature wire on request. The biggest benefit of the GatorMate is that the user does not have to assemble the product, much like field wire-able DIN connectors. With typical Deutsch connectors, the user actually has to apply crimps to their wires, install into the housing, and then apply the wedgelock. With the GatorMate, the end user is provided with a cable and they only need to terminate the end and they are ready to go. Currently the GatorMate is available in 2-pin, and 3- and 4-pin versions will be released shortly. Visit www.canfieldconnector.com or www.designworldonline.com for more information and videos.
Views: 411 Design World
Right Angle 7/16 DIN Male Crimp Connector For LMR-600 - Perfect For DIY Installs! #3790
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/716-din-male-crimp-right-angle-connector-lmr-600 Are you looking for a quick and easy DIY installation or repair for your coax cable? Our Right Angle 7/16 DIN Male connectors for LMR-600 will provide a simple solution for your wiring needs. Because this is a 2 piece connector, the pin is pre-installed to the connector housing. The only other piece to the connector is the crimp ferrule. For this installation you will need: A coax stripper, coax cable, a soldering iron, crimp tool, and the 7/16 connector. Keep in mind, you will want to make sure that your coax stripper, crimp tool, and connector match the coax cable that you are installing. Start by inserting the ferrule over the outer jacket of the cable. Then, using your cable stripper, strip back the outer jacket and dielectric. The advantage of using a cable stripper is that it will strip back the jacket and dielectric at the same time. Pull back the braided shield and Insert the connector housing onto the cable. Make sure that the center conductor reaches the well inside the base of the connector. Then solder the conductor onto the solder well Then, slide up the ferrule to the base of the connector, folding the shield with it. Screw on the small backplate and crimp the ferrule onto the outer jacket to complete termination. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 7/16 DIN connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 162 ShowMeCables
7/16 DIN Male Crimp Connector For LMR-600 - Perfect For DIY Installs! #3783
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/716-din-male-crimp-connector-lmr-600 Are you looking for a quick and easy DIY installation or repair for your coax cable? Our 7/16 DIN Male connectors for LMR-600 will provide a simple solution for your wiring needs. Because this is a 2 piece connector, the pin is pre-installed to the connector housing. The only other piece to the connector is the crimp ferrule. For this installation you will need: A coax stripper, coax cable, a soldering iron, crimp tool, and the 7/16 connector. Keep in mind, you will want to make sure that your coax stripper, crimp tool, and connector match the coax cable that you are installing. Start by inserting the ferrule over the outer jacket of the cable. Then, using your cable stripper, strip back the outer jacket and dielectric. The advantage of using a cable stripper is that it will strip back the jacket and dielectric at the same time. Pull back the braided shield and Insert the connector housing onto the cable. Make sure that the center conductor reaches the well inside the base of the connector. Then solder the conductor onto the solder well. Then, slide up the ferrule to the base of the connector, folding the shield with it. Crimp the ferrule onto the outer jacket to complete termination. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 7/16 DIN connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 228 ShowMeCables
Canfield Connector 5F Field Wire DIN Connector
 
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Video from Canfield Connector promotes its 5F connector series. Canfield Connector is a leading U.S. manufacturer of connectors, valves, sensors, timers, seals and other components used in fluid power applications throughout the world.
How To Install The 13 Pin DIN Female Solder Connector - Plastic
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/13-Pin-DIN-Female-Solder-Connector Welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the commonly used and often confusing DIN connectors. This is the 13 Pin DIN Female solder connector. To install, you will need the following items: low voltage cable, wire strippers, solder and soldering iron and the DIN connector. Start by inserting the plastic boot over the jacket. Measure how far you will need to strip back the jacket by holding the cable up against the base of the connector. Then, strip the cable jacket using the wire strippers. For this example, we are using Cat5e cable. You will also need to strip the individual conductors. Trim off any additional conductors, if needed. Now comes the hard part. Soldering. If you are new to soldering, it is recommended to find a someone who is more experienced for best results. There are 13 solder points on the connector, corresponding to the pins at the front of the connector. Be aware, there is not a standard wiring for DIN connectors and the wiring can widely vary between devices and applications. Please consult any wiring information you have available to determine which conductors should be wired to each pin. After you have soldered the necessary points on the connector, place the metal shell around the pins. Squeeze the strain relief tab onto the cable jacket and slide up the boot. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the 13 Pin DIN Female solder connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 1889 ShowMeCables
Klipsch Promedia 2.1 DIN Plug Repair
 
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To purchase the cable needed for this repair, I sell the cable on my eBay page located here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/142567237020?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
Views: 34642 ChicksNatural
SEGA Mega Drive - Cavo Video RCA DIN 8 Pin RIPASSO [TUTORIAL] - Lo Zio
 
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Ripasso del TUTORIAL su come creare un cavo video per SEGA Mega Drive (GENESIS). Mi rendo conto che il primo video non era il top per qualità audio/video, spero di essere riuscito a spiegarmi meglio questa volta! Se il video ti è piaciuto: ► Condividi Per farlo vedere ad altri tuoi amici ► Pollice in sù Per avere altro materiale ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ogni immagine, marchio o suono appartiene agli aventi diritto. Non sussiste alcuna violazione di copyright in questo video.
Views: 1135 LoZioWeb
Holi ke Din milega jio DTH, Aakhir as hi Gaya...
 
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#jio_DTH jio holi offer jio dth joi dth 6 month free all 600 tv channel
Views: 13809 World Dish Info
S-Video Female Solder Connector - Plastic P#1710
 
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This is the S-Video Female Solder Connector - Plastic An S-Video connector is a mini 4-pin DIN connector commonly used in video applications. The S-video connector is a standard definition video connector, but offers better signal clarity than standard RCA composite video. This S-Video Female connector features a metal housing with included cable strain relief. Internally, conductors are attached by soldering the wires to gold-plated solder cups in the back of the connector. Choose the Metal S-Video Female connector for a cost-efficient, durable connection. For more information on our products please contact our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all your cable and connector needs choose Show Me Cables. https://www.showmecables.com/s-video-female-solder-connector-plastic
Views: 99 ShowMeCables