I have a panel-mounted socket with the geometry shown in the images. Inside the enclosure this sockets ends with a male gold-plated pin, diameter 1.9mm.
Any ideas on how to connect from this male pin to the PCB in a way that 1. is safe (strong mating from the pin to whichever female connector is chosen) and 2. can be unplugged for servicing of the PCB if needed? (soldering at both ends of the wire would not be convenient), 3. needs limited space (it is a small encloure).
Note that the 1.9mm male pin at the back of the socket is round. No sleeve available for easy soldering of a wire directly to the socket. It seems easier to find a female socket (RED in the image) that matches de 1.9mm and then solder the wire only at the PCB's end.
Any advice based on experience on how to solve this?