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    jbryant_iai
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    Does anyone know the part numbers for the power and data connectors that go from the pendant (the joystick) to the JACO2 arm?

    I understand the protocol is RS-485, but I’m looking for specific part numbers for the cables (the metal casings) and their jacks on the arm.

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    Alex
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    Hello jBryant,

    We use 03 Series from Lumberg connectors.

    The manufacturer part number for the power connector jack is #0317 04, and for the joystick port it is #0307 08-1

    If you would like to know the specific part number for each connectors, please send us an email to support@kinova.ca

    Thanks!

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    jbryant_iai
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    Thank you, this is exactly the information we needed.

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