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    Good evening. I've been tasked to replace some connectors at a local bowling alley and I'm trying to find a PN for them. I've been in the communication industry for over 30 years and have yet to see anything like this. Hopefully someone will recognize it. Thank you. Phil

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    Is that the cable that plugs into the MCU? Per Ted's reply in another post, it is called an SDL connector. I was troubleshooting our MCU recently and had a "what the heck is this?" moment when I checked the cabling.

    http://www.bowltech.com/forum/pinset...u-installation

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      Holy Moses! Thank you DBZodos! You've unlocked the last piece of the puzzle! I checked out the thread and you are correct, it's an SDL connector. In the process of locating a TE or Amp PN, once I find it and pricing I'd like to add to this thread just in case someone else may have the same issue...Cheers! Phil

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