Source of DIN plugs

From: Marko Mäkelä <>
Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2012 10:13:05 +0300
Message-ID: <20120330071305.GB2427@x220>
On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 01:20:37AM +0200, HÁRSFALVI Levente wrote:
>Conrad usually keeps the 262-degree plug on stock. (...Not an optimal 
>one, IMHO, they're a bit expensive, and I also don't know whether 
>they're around in France, so if you can find a different source, you 
>should probably go for that one).

According to their website, wants a 50 euro minimum 
order for international orders, and they do not specify the shipping 
costs upfront.  

But, is in some way related to Conrad, and they 
seem to have these plugs in various build quality, if you search for 
DIN-Stecker.  Last night, I just placed an order at Voelkner for parts 
that I cannot find locally (such as 7805 compatible DC/DC converters 
from Recom). There was no minimum order, and the shipping to EU (outside 
Germany) is 10 euro.

Best regards,


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