Seems to have 26 pins in the 3 rows.
It’s a plug
Maybe a monitor cable of some sort, not sure about the additional pins. Or a data cable?
Is it a 26pin 3-row Sub D?
Have seen in older serial date connections and industrial control
RS Sub D datasheet:-
Looks kinda on the large size to be one of them. @ukracer - is it attached to anything??
HD D-Sub connector.
Amphenol make them for one.
Probably got one if you want it?
Still in use on snap-on scanner cables I think.
Check data sheet for measurements they do both M&F
It's a socket. On a cable.
Apologies So little information to go on
It must be a plug, I’ve never socketed the telly in
I am beginning to wonder if some has tied UKracer up with it.
I am guessing they got one from RS mate. It was on a machine at my son's work he needed to replace it I think.
its a socket plugs have the pins
That might be the same as the ones on my engraving machine. I looked for replacements and could only find expensive MUX cables.
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Sorry guys been under the weather today and trying to learn Fusion 360 to create a ram for a cutter holder so felt worse by the time I had to collect Grandson from school.
Not sure what's worse my body or the fusion 360 body...i Managed to create something but resizing it is doing my head in so I left my phone in another room and locked myself away after Grandson went home....still can't resize it..lol
Most of my threads do...I think it's a vendetta..lol
Female connector in’t it?
26 pin HD d-sub female gender used as plug... would have a mating male gender socket on the corresponding equipment. Pretty old school, as I haven't seen anything similar since the early 90s in even rare usage. Usually found on high-end CAD monitors and old UNIX workstation video connectors, plus some old HP kvm switchboxes. Found some "common" pinouts at https://connector.pinoutguide.com/26_pin_hi-density_D-SUB/.
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