I bought some standard ones from the US distributor but can't find their
The complete catalog, in Japanese, is at
http://us.100y.com.tw/pdf_file/10-NCS.pdf; it shows an angle version
For my Yaesu the connector is NCS-256-P, and I think I paid about $12 ea
a few years ago.
you will get lots of hits if google NCS-256-P, somewhere in that pile
might be the US distributor.
On 6/22/2011 6:17 PM, Paul Dluehosh wrote:
> I have installed a US Tower TMM 541SS (5 section telescoping tower) and
> have put a Yaesu G-1000 rotor in the top section. The rotor fits in the
> top section of the tower with the exception that the keyed 7-pin
> connector which plugs into the side of the bottom half of the rotor has
> a shell which is long enough so that when the top section of the tower
> is being collapsed into the next section of the tower (when cranking it
> down), the shell hits the strut on the next section. Collapsing the
> tower any further would snap off the shell or the connector and possibly
> also damage the jack in the side of the rotor.
> So, my question is, does anyone know who the manufacturer of the
> connector is and what the part number might be so I could find a similar
> connector with at right angle shell? The connector is keyed and the
> right angle shell would have to go horizontally to the right to fit
> inside the struts of the second section from the top so that it would
> not break off.
> Any clues are welcome!
> Thanks, 73,
> Paul -- N4PD
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