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Help identifying ancient 12 pin dimmer socket.

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Will Jerabek:
Hey, I'm new to the forum. Been reading for a while but never posted before!

I have a high school lighting system (house lights) that is not controlled with dmx, but some sort of 12 pin socket using relays or something. I'd like to relocate the controller without modifying the existing socket or cable to the board. So basically I want to create an extension cable but I need to see if I can even get this connector type anymore.

Will Jerabek:

--- Quote from: Will Jerabek on October 13, 2019, 03:32:35 pm ---Hey, I'm new to the forum. Been reading for a while but never posted before!

I have a high school lighting system (house lights) that is not controlled with dmx, but some sort of 12 pin socket using relays or something. I'd like to relocate the controller without modifying the existing socket or cable to the board. So basically I want to create an extension cable but I need to see if I can even get this connector type anymore.

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Will Jerabek:
    :)

Steven Cohen:
That is a Cinch Jones connector.

https://www.mouser.com/_/?Keyword=Cinch%20Jones%20Connectors


--- Quote from: Will Jerabek on October 13, 2019, 03:39:33 pm ---    :)

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Will Jerabek:

--- Quote from: Steven Cohen on October 13, 2019, 04:03:20 pm ---That is a Cinch Jones connector.

https://www.mouser.com/_/?Keyword=Cinch%20Jones%20Connectors

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You are the man! Thank you!

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