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Old 06-02-2017, 04:16 AM #1
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Default Umbilical Cord Source?

Hello,

I have a few air-cooled argon lasers I play with, but I need to jump some pins for them to lose.

I was thinking of building a remote interface by reverse engineering the pinouts, and Iíve got a shopping cart full of wire, TE AMP CPC connectors, MultiMate sockets,

BUT,, I have no idea where to get the umbilical cords that usually harness the whole shebang.

I donít even know what to google, it all leads to neonatal care and scuba diving applications.

Does anyone know a source for the umbilical sheathing used for these connectors?


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Default Re: Umbilical Cord Source?

What kind are we talking? Is it the mesh type you're looking for? Kinda looks like those cheap Chinese finger traps? Last connector I done up just had slices of heatshrink tubing at intervals along its length.

My current system has heatshrink for a foot or so at either end of the umbilical and then mesh covering inbetween.
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Default Re: Umbilical Cord Source?

I’m looking for something similar to what OEM air cooled argon laser vendors use.


Woven w/ PVC impregnated? Not Sure



Has a click/adhesive lock system apparently.



This one just look like plain ol’ PVC.




Oh by the way, the PSU I was looking for way back here, I finally found it, but the tube’s almost dead. low out put and purple light showing through the tube.

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