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Old 15th September 2013, 10:33 AM   #1
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Default Bleecon/Belling Lee DIN 8-pole L1904 for LINGO - why so expensive ??

This connector is particularly in Germany very expensive - go to
L1904A/8/FP - BELLING LEE - STECKER DIN RASTKLINKE 8POL | Farnell Deutschland
STECKER DIN RASTKLINKE 8POL Typ: L1904A/8/FP bei Mercateo günstig kaufen
https://hbe-shop.de/Art-1178502-BELL...ASTKLINKE-7POL

Who know the genuine website of the currently manufacturer of this connector?
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Old 15th September 2013, 11:12 AM   #2
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here the genuine datasheet:
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Old 15th September 2013, 12:28 PM   #3
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Bellling Lee make them, but they are (and always were) crap, better to replace with something more modern (I Like the Souriau UTS series as replacements, or even 9 pin D types).

If I really wanted one for some reason I would have a chat to some of the stage lighting suppliers in your area, back in the day Rank Strand used these for analogue control lines to some of their portable dimmer systems, and there may well still be a few on the shelf.

Over here for example, I would bet that Stage Electrics still have a few kicking around.

I would note that a standard 8 pin din will mate with these without problems, it just does not lock.

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