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Plug and pin distance

It seems there are two plug and pin standards?
I was modifying my old trusty JR 9303 Tx for a backlight in the display. Alignment and assembling the LCD display is a problem. I thought to extend the LCD display lead in order to make it easier to align. But it seems the plugs and pins are smaller in pitch. What are the plugs and pins, are they available through Hobby King? Basically just to align the display before re assembling the Tx.

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  • Dennis AndrewsDennis Andrews Club Members Posts: 89

    The pin socket on the balance plugs are the same as the internal plugs inside the JR Transmitters. A different pitch to the normal receiver pins and plugs?????

  • Dennis AndrewsDennis Andrews Club Members Posts: 89

    They are called micro JST plugs and pins

  • HobbyKing_SupportHobbyKing_Support HobbyKing Support Posts: 512 ✭✭✭

    There are numerous standards, to the point that there almost isn't a standard at all. Quite frustrating. All you can do is experiment.

  • Dennis AndrewsDennis Andrews Club Members Posts: 89

    The Hobby King balance adaptor has the correct connector to the balance board. I could find the part number it would be nice thank you Dennis down under

  • Dennis AndrewsDennis Andrews Club Members Posts: 89

    JST SH I think??

  • Dennis AndrewsDennis Andrews Club Members Posts: 89

    Does any one know the JST series used inside JR x9303 Transmitters please?

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