When I controlled the 2010 molex catalog I recognised that Molex doesnt have anymore part number 0022035085 but there is new one 99990992 in 5267 series.
Does it mean 0022035085 will be phase out. if it is so how can I reach a total list for phase out products. And I also would like to have the product list that shows changing product numbers.
Thank you very much for your help.
Hello Sule, According to our product manager for this series, there is a slight difference in the dimensions of the product. Both products are active and there is no plan to phase out the 22035085 at this time. Below are links to the Datasheets of both parts. You can download the drawing to see what the difference is. Please let us know if you have any further questions. Thanks. 22035085 Data sheet link: http://www.molex.com/molex/products/datasheet.jsp?part=active/0022035085_PCB_HEADERS.xml&channel=Products&Lang=en-US 99990992 Data sheet link: http://www.molex.com/molex/products/datasheet.jsp?part=active/0099990992_PCB_HEADERS.xml&channel=Products&Lang=en-US
Thanks a lot.
I downloaded the pages from internet.So we can tell our customer. We have still 0022035085.
May I kindly ask if there is any place that I can see all obsolescence products-numbers and dates of phase out.
With my regards
Hello again Sule, Unfortunately we do not have anything set up to allow customers to easily search obsolescence product numbers. When a part has a change or will be obsolete soon we typically send out a notice to our field sales and to our major distributors. So if you buy direct from Molex you should be notified by your sales rep of a part being obsolete or if you buy from a distributor they would have been notified of this change. I hope this helps and please let us know if you have any more questions. You can also call our customer service at 1-800-786-6539 they would also be able to look up any parts for you and let you know if any of them are obsolete or planned for obsolescence. Thank you.
we have the following trouble. We positioned two FullHD cameras on a girder, which is mounted on a manipulator. This manipulator can rotate Nx360°, where N could be infinite (or is minimally unknown). We need to transport data from both cameras via Gigabit-Ethernet to the unit, which is below the manipulator. Therefore we need some special rotating connector, which can be used for data transfer from cameras to the unit below and for transfer of power upwards.
Could you help us please? Thank you very much for your advice in advance!
Hello Martin, I am looking into this for you. Please give me some time and I'll get back to you with an answer as soon as I can. If you would like, you can also call our technical group at 1-800-786-6539 . They could give you a answer quicker. But I will post on here my findings for you. Thanks.
As I understand it from your message, you need a Gigabit Ethernet connector that will continually rotate over 360 degrees, and not let the cable get tangled or twisted.
I really don’t know of any Gigabit Ethernet connector that would handle a 360° rotation. I think that setup would have to be a custom assembly where you could use one of our connectors for the bottom (stationary) half, and then some type of special connector to connect the bottom half to a rotating top half. In terms of gigabit Ethernet, all of our high speed I/O connectors can handle that standard, just not the 360 degree rotation.
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A piece of kit has been built for us and they used a wrong type of crimp terminal in one of the connectors which I believe is Molex (it's marked MX and looks like one from the KK series). I'm having trouble locating a replacement terminal and having looked on Farnell I wonder if it's type 08-50-0106 (101-3097)or 08-50-0108 (1012346) but the cat ear version? Even though the drawing on Farnell doesn't look quite the same.
Please can somebody suggest where I can get a replacement from, it's the one on the right and the wrong one is on the left.
Hello Richard. I'm looking into this for you. I will post a answer for you as soon as I can get a confirmation on if this is indeed a Molex KK Terminal. Thanks.
Hi Richard. I was able to confirm that the terminal at the right of your image is a Trifurcon™ terminal. Depending on the wire size gauge,plating, and packaging, you have about 12 different part numbers to choose from . You can view the list of parts here: http://bit.ly/dvAAPB and then you can order samples from us if available or if you need to purchase them you can check Farnell's stock. Please let us know if you have any more questions. Thanks.
Thanks for such a quick answer. I've now been able to find the correct contact. Great service from Molex.
I am have a problem with a garage opener. It is old and I can no longer find any reemotes that will work with it. I purchased a new receiver and two remotes; however, when I try to opeerate the door, the pulpse is too short. It loooks like it is only colsing for about a quarter second. I think the output contact will have to stay closed for about a half second.for the door to operate. I have been looking at a card that may work, OC2022 I would apprecciate your comments,Do you know of anything that would work? I appreciate yor help. Sincerely,Wayne Kincheloe, PE
Hello Milburn,Unfortunatley Molex does not specialize in Garage Openers. I can not really assist you in this. If you had a question about a connector or a terminal that is in the garage opener it's self I might be able to assist you. Sorry we could not help. Good luck and I hope you can find the answer to your question.
This may not be a technical question about one of your products, however i'm doing a project on writing an Industry Overview and need some information regarding Molex.
Would Molex be considered as an OEM or an ODM company? and what services does Molex provide to its customers?
Thanks for your time.