I am trying to identify a wire connector used on the main board of the original NES(Nintendo Entertainment System). I have been successful in identifying other connectors using online resources, but this one has me stumped. Other online forums(including NES dedicated ones) have been unable to help. One primary problem is identifying the manufacturer as there is only a single letter and an obscure logo.
The connector is identified as P6 on the main board.
Info I have:
- 5 pins - keyed with pin 1 at 1.5 times other pitch
- pitch from pin 1 to pin 2 = 7.5mm
- pitch for all other pins = 5 mm
- connector is between 6 mm and 6.5 mm high
- connector is between 27.3 mm and 27.7 mm wide
- connector is about 4.2 mm deep
- pins are about 1.1 mm - 1.2 mm square
(measurements are approximate, my digital calipers are a bit cheap, sometimes randomly adding exactly 1/5th of an inch to measurements - these are double and sanity checked)
There is no manufacturer name on either part, just a single letter('P') and a circular symbol that kinda looks like a 6 sided star, divided into 6 segments in a ring. This symbol is also found on one of my NES systems on the power and reset switches, still no company name. Other NES have Mitsumi switches, but they don't seem to be the same company.
Let me know if any other information will help.
Image of the logo:
Image of connector:
Left is pin 1.