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Hi looking for a manufacture part ID which matches the socket in the pictures attached.

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Measurements are:- inner black plastic diameter 12.5 mm outer metal case 14 mm metal screw nut (for connecting to the plug) 16 mm

It is a 3 pin connector with '1 2 3' written on the inner black plastic to identify the pins.

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There are screw attachments for fixing each of the parts together. One is located under the metal screw nut. The other two are located to hold the cable grip together. enter image description here

I have identified it to be a circular cable connector with an P68 SGS rating.

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Here is a link to this connector on newark. According to them, the manufacturer is pro-signal and the part number is PSG01589. However, it seems that they are not the only manufacturers.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ just checked out your link, it definitely looks like the part. I'll be ordering in a sample. Thank you for your help :-D Thanks for your help too @Michael but comparing the DIN to the one in the pictures I have to agree with Sweber \$\endgroup\$ – rotqev Jul 8 '15 at 7:34
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I am almost certain that this is a "circular DIN" connector as manufactured by many. Here is a link to the Amphenol line.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ My gut feeling doesn't readily agree that it's DIN. For instance, all connectors in the Amphenol datasheet have collet-type strain relief. But the plug in question has a clamp-type strain relief (simpler and older design, not that that's worse). \$\endgroup\$ – Nick Alexeev Jul 7 '15 at 18:33
  • \$\begingroup\$ I know this connector, and it definitively is NOT a DIN connector \$\endgroup\$ – sweber Jul 7 '15 at 19:04

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