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SIO Molex terminals. Which ones?

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Hey everyone,

I am looking at making a few SIO cables using 3D printed parts.

Just need to order some of the Molex crimp terminals.

I found these which look correct. Can someone confirm?

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Lots-Terminal-Crimp-Pin-For-Fan-Connector-Plug-Molex-KK-Style-2510-2-54mm-PC-Mod/283084312616?hash=item41e923d028:m:mW9KwFWUAmh_cHIRtFGzsPw&frcectupt=true

 

Thanks

 

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For the hundreds of cables I have made, I use MOLEX 08‐50‐0105.

 

What are you using for the cable?

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What are you using for the cable?

Going to be making a couple of SDrive-Max devices for a local computer group here in Australia. I know you can get ready made connectors but I like to do things the hard way

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Some wire I found on Amazon.

 

I usually can't find enough conductors or the right thickness, would be curious of the source of yours

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Hi,

 

What connectors did you end up ordering, and how did they work out?

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Hi,

 

What connectors did you end up ordering, and how did they work out?

I ended up grabbing these. Have not received them yet but they should do

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/CH-3-96MM-Pitch-Crimps-Connectors-Terminals-Molex-Contact-Plug-Socket-PCB-Copper/254187025602?hash=item3b2eba34c2:m:mZOL-exyk7owx4yP9tFYw8g&var=553553374570

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