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jitait 14-08-2015 09:55

Old Round Raymarine Seatalk socket and tale wanted
 
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Does anyone have an old Raymarine round, approx 6mm/ 1/4 in round three pin Seatalk socket they could sell me?

This is the one on the ST40, ST50 series instruments, not the crescent shaped one used on the later Seatalk (1) instruments.

I have a spare plug but no female socket. The leads are long obsolete.

I'm trying to avoid clipping a socket off an instrument head since these still seem to have some second hand value if complete and in decent condition.

See pics of corresponding male plug.

Thanks

John

jitait 14-08-2015 10:01

Re: Old Round Raymarine Seatalk socket and tale wanted
 
Ho ho - can't spell - that should of course be tail!

muttnik 14-08-2015 12:29

Re: Old Round Raymarine Seatalk socket and tale wanted
 
You can actually buy these connectors from RS components (not Raymarine branded). Took me ages to track them down and I wrote down the part number in case I ever needed it again....and it's...somewhere...

Hopefully someone can beat me to naming the generic components because it'll take me a few days to track this down (sorry...)

jitait 02-09-2015 07:58

Re: Old Round Raymarine Seatalk socket and tale wanted
 
Belated thanks for muttnik.

I'll make some time to have a really good trawl through the RS site ....

But if you do find that component number, please post!!!

jitait 02-09-2015 09:07

Re: Old Round Raymarine Seatalk socket and tale wanted
 
Muttnik,

I've spent some time searching the RS and Farnell sites without finding the right result.

May be the problem is that I don't really know what I'm doing and am excluding the result I really want!

So that part no would be greatly appreciated!


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