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    Posted: 29 Jun 2020 at 10:04am
Hello,

I would like to know the type and dimensions of the power plug on the Reflex M so that I can find a match on mouser.com or any other online store. The other one is to buy one from you if possible and arrange it through the dealer.

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It's an IEC C7 also known as Figure of 8.
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I think you mean the PSU1 connector. I am talking about the connector on the Relex M.

Which male plug should I buy to fit there?




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Sorry, misread and misunderstood your question. Measuring the ones on my redundant green PSUs I get 5.5/2.5mm.
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Thanks! And as I see the jack has Swc on it which probably means Switchcraft. I see they make good quality products.
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The socket uses the inside as a (+) and the outside and a (-)?
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Originally posted by audioDtek audioDtek wrote:

The socket uses the inside as a (+) and the outside and a (-)?

Correct.

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