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#1 Steve Switaj

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Posted 17 April 2011 - 03:10 PM

Hi Guys;

A while ago there were some threads about availability, or lack thereof, of those Cinch/WPI connectors as found on old Aatons.

I've been moving to a new facility and in the process of digging through 15 years worth of ... stuff, and I've been turning up all kinds of things.

Including one of those connectors.

I got a couple several years ago for porting sync signals to my LTR.

It's apparently Cinch part number 0111, a tiny version of a D-sub 9 pin connector. It's a bit androgynous, but I'm gonna call it a female.

I don't know if it's the same one used on the "newer" Aatons.

It has 15" long, 28ga wires with what feels like teflon insulation attached. Condition is new and unused.

If anybody wants it, it's yours for the original cost, which was, I believe, about $40, plus postage to wherever you are.

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