This might be a little off-topic, but I am designing a little RS-232 adapter
with a DB-25 connector mounted directly to a small PC board and it has to
fit into one of those little plastic housings for DB-25 connector adapters.
The spacing between the pins on several sources of DB-25 connectors is
around .050-.055, while standard board thickness is .062. I can jam the
board in with a lot of force, but I have seen DB-25 connectors with the pins
sort of formed, where a regular board slides in nicely. Does anyone know who
makes those DB-25 connectors with the slightly wider spacing between pins on
the back?

Or alternately does anyone know of a source for PCB material that is around
.050 thick instead of .062. (Two sided board)

I would use the PC mount version of the DB-25, but it doesn't fit in the
little plastic std housing.

Thanks for any help you can give.

Lloyd Johnson
DSS
San Marcos, CA



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