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I would like to replace the cable attached to this connector but it seems to have some kind of special locking mechanism on the top.

It has 12 poles with a standard spacing between the pins of 2.54 mm and looks Molex-like but does not seem to belong to the usual suspects.

Connector, all dimensions in mm

How can identify this connector and purchase a suitable replacement?

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It is an industry standard connector, an "unshrouded rectangular connector, female housing, with polarizing key". The one you drew is made by Molex (P/N SL 70450.

Molex SL 70450 {Credit: Digikey}

Amphenol ICC makes a similar one (the polarizing key is slightly different) (P/N 69176-012LF).

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