On 02.05.2013 00:36, email@example.com wrote: > > On 2013-05-01, at 23:28, Nicolas Welte wrote: > >> We had this problem in the X1541 shop many years ago. So we switched to Sub-D shells like this one from www.reichelt.de: KAPPE CG37S > > Looks promising. Even the angled cable exit would be fine. Do the USER PORT connectors fit properly to this and can be fastened with the supplied screws without modifications? What is that third screw? Some kind of press-cable fastener? > The two screws don't fit 100%, the distance of the mounting holes is one or two millimeters to long or to short (don't remember), but it worked well enough. The screws might be too short if you have old high quality connectors with the thicker mounting wings. the third screw is for locking the cable. there is a moveable plastic piece inside the shell that is pressed onto the cable with this screw. Unfortunately I don't have any pictures here to show you the result. Nicolas Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-05-02 06:00:03
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