I have an old Digicon PS320 that still works well but I'm missing a connector. It has an 8 channel “Logic Probe” feature, but requires a special connector to use it. I would like to buy it, but haven't had any success so far. If necessary, I'll make one, though I'd still like buy one if possible. Does anyone know where I could find this cable connector or, barring that, what kind of connector I could use to make my own connector? The closest I've found are for a 26 pin printer cord and a 10 pin logic probe pin. The pin pitch, measured by calipers, seems to be around 1.75 to 1.8mm.
Any help would be appreciated!
Do you have the pieces of the old connector?
1) remove the old connector.
2) reassemble the parts onto a new connector or the olld probe.
3) restabilize the parts with epoxy.
4) let harden
5) unplug connector, reattach to old scope.
6) this is the way I understand your problem.
Papalyle, thanks but unfortunately, I do not have the old connector, I only have the port on my scope and I'm trying to find a connector to match it. I'm attaching an image of the connector, hopefully it helps.
I was looking at the female ind in the scope, so why not build a male connector out of sewing needles. They aretough and you could probably find a size that would fit.