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What part is the 9-pin AC connector on WPC?


By HighVoltage

4 months ago



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    #1 4 months ago

    Anyone know the spec / part number for those square white 9-pin connectors between the transformer and filter box on WPC? The ones where you do the voltage configuration.

    I must have looked at a hundred images of 9-pin 3-row connectors yesterday, but couldn't find the matching ones.

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    #3 4 months ago

    Thanks, does look like they have the receptacle, but no plug housing.

    https://www.greatplainselectronics.com/proddetail.asp?prod=19-09-1091

    Neither Digikey or Mouser have them: no wonder I couldn't find it there, no image.

    I guess these are obsolete and difficult to find.

    #4 4 months ago

    The .93 is smaller and grooved. You will have to replace both sides. I’ve been dealing with a similar issue for sometime on my TAF.

    I couldn’t find a non-grooved replacement anywhere.

    #5 4 months ago

    I had to replace both so the one side might work for your application

    #6 4 months ago

    Are there just 2 wires on both sides of the connector? My first thought was to recommend just getting a 12-pin plug and receptacle. But if you have that many less wires, you could get smaller 0.093 connectors of course, like a 2 or 3 pin or wherever size you need. I suppose it's just a matter of whether you're trying to keep everything factory. Plus this would mean you'd have to re-pin both sides (but that's something I'd recommend doing anyway)...good luck!

    #7 4 months ago
    Quoted from HighVoltage:

    Thanks, does look like they have the receptacle, but no plug housing.

    https://www.greatplainselectronics.com/proddetail.asp?prod=19-09-1091

    Did you ask Ed? g-p-e would know if they are still available.

    #8 4 months ago
    Quoted from Toasterdog:

    The .93 is smaller and grooved. You will have to replace both sides. I’ve been dealing with a similar issue for sometime on my TAF.
    I couldn’t find a non-grooved replacement anywhere.

    Are you sure? I noticed that too on many of the images when searching, but these seemed to be ungrooved and have the angled corners and latch in the right relative positions, unlike many others. I believe the exact parts would be 19-09-1092 and 19-09-2092.

    On one of my machines it had a nice AC tap patched in between these connectors, I wanted to make a few more taps for powering various accessories like a validator or amplifier. So I need compatible connectors. I may give up on that, might be overkill anyways, but I liked the idea of easily moving the tap between machines. I might just wire in some 2 or 3-pin molex onto the pins to tap into that way.

    I did ask g-p-e if he could check in on this thread already.

    #9 4 months ago
    Quoted from Toasterdog:

    The .93 is smaller and grooved. You will have to replace both sides. I’ve been dealing with a similar issue for sometime on my TAF.
    I couldn’t find a non-grooved replacement anywhere.

    I looked again, I think you're right, the housing does have the grooves. These seem to be the similar parts, maybe one version doesn't have the grooves. Are you saying the physical size doesn't match though anyways?

    19-09-1091
    19-09-1092
    19-09-6091
    19-09-6092

    19-09-2091
    19-09-2092
    19-09-7091
    19-09-7092

    #10 4 months ago

    Really this doesn't all matter that much. Pick a 9 pin connector male and female .093 from GPE that you are tooled for and repin it.

    #11 4 months ago

    The connector you see now in your game, doesn't mean it is original.

    I've been using this same one for 10 years. Replace both sides as mentioned.

    #12 4 months ago

    Did a quick survey: 5 of 6 of my WPCs, both of my System 11s and a Sega are all using the connector I pictured, so that seems to be the original.

    But I suppose it is pretty easy to switch to readily available connectors since it's just switching the pins over, so I'll probably do that.

    #13 4 months ago

    Molex 1991 series in the first post's photo.
    Unfortunately, the 9 pin version of this connector is obsolete with no replacements.
    You might have to change to a different type such as the standard 0.093" (e.g. 03-09-2092 & 03-09-1094) or the 3191 series (e.g. 19-09-1099 & 19-09-2099). I'm out of 19-09-2099 -- been backordered for 2 month and counting.

    Ed

    #14 4 months ago

    I ordered the Molex 42021 series ones, since I noticed many of my Sterns use that one. At least I'll be compatible with those ones.

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