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Jacking plugs for Davis Vantage pro and similar

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Jacking plugs for Davis Vantage pro and similar

Post by robbrooks » Tue 26 Sep 2017 7:52 am

Good morning
I am wondering whether anyone can help on this Forum. I have owned Davis equipment since 1998 and am always coming across the same problem with the wiring and sourcing the little RJ11 jack plugs. Has anyone found a source for these , or attempted a repair of a severed cable. RS components and Maplins have drawn blanks. I have a crimping tool that fits the items so surely they must be available in the UK?
Thanks in antic
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Re: Jacking plugs for Davis Vantage pro and similar

Post by AllyCat » Tue 26 Sep 2017 11:24 am

Hi Rob,

There should be plenty of offers on ebay, or I often start with CPC (Farnell) if I'm going to spend £6+ on components (free shipping). Sometimes "Kenable" are good for these small items (they also have a presence on ebay) , but the first link that a Google found for me is:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/kenable-Positi ... PTXATG/ref

Note that you might need (so may as well get) "RJ12", which has 6 poles and 6 contacts (6p6c). RJ11 may have only 2 or 4 contacts within the 6 poles (6p2c , 6p4c).

Cheers, Alan.

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