> On 2016-06-28, at 21:58, Mike Stein <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > >>> >>> C64 uses an 8-pin/262deg DIN connector for AV - does anyone know the exact mechanical placements of the last two pins, which are out of the 7mm circle's bounds? >> >> ... as well as the central pin, which seems to lay also in a different place when compared to the 270 degrees variant.. >> >> On 2016-06-28, at 19:20, Mike Stein <email@example.com> wrote: >> >> 8b (vs. 8a) on p.6: >> >> http://www.hosiden.com/product/pdf/e_din.pdf > > TNX it is better than what I found. The best one I found was the Amphenol's PDF but it didn't include the measurements of the 262 variant. This one includes and is a step forward (I can see that the central pin is actually 0.9mm off-center as opposed to 0.7) but the outer circle diameter is still a mystery. > > -- > SD! > > ... And the offset is 41 degrees instead of 45... ;-) That I deducted myself: (262 - 180) / 2 :-) > Why not just measure it? If everything else fails. > And why do you need it in the first place? Going to make your own? Both plugs and sockets are still obtainable so no. But I want to make a kind of a breakout box and I'd very much prefer the dimensions to be accurately as defined (somewhere). -- SD! Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-06-28 23:00:03
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