My very first post! I've researched to the point of despair (digikey, mouser, amp, molex, others...) trying to identify this variation of your everyday 4-pin, 2-row molex pin plug.
An easily findable version has your expected square plastic molex "pins" that house the actual crimped pins, with what one might call the "upper left" and "lower right" being tombstone shaped rather than square to enforce polarization.
I'm working with an old discontinued piece of LED stage lighting equipment with a variation of that that is polarized differently, and I can't find the connector anywhere.
I might have found the connector here or there, but the information that explains HOW a version of your typical molex connector is polarized is pretty well ignored in specs and descriptions it seems, and as for photos so many of the online resources only show stock photos rather than a specific photo of the exact connector.
Attachments and images to clarify my need. Any help would be greatly appreciated!