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dufleuve

Hello folks,

Got this connector. No idea of its usage.
What device could it be used with ??

Thanks

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val
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That big round logo with FL inside is Franz Lange Feinmechanik und Elektrowerke Berlin logo.

http://www.der-fernmelder.de/info/hersteller-zubehoer-nachrichtengeraet/

I see this manufacturer mentioned here, but not your connector.

http://www.deutscheluftwaffe.com/instrumente/Flnummern/21000-21999.htm

Can you show the cable wires more closely? How thick they are?

I guess this is some kind of power cable.

 

 

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dufleuve

Hello Val,

Yes, Franz Lange is written in full on the side.
It could be a Heer connector as there is a faint WaA on the side where the FL logo is.
The cable has two conductors approx 1,5 square mm in diameter.

Cheers

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val
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1 minute ago, dufleuve said:

Hello Val,

Yes, Franz Lange is written in full on the side.
It could be a Heer connector as there is a faint WaA on the side where the FL logo is.
The cable has two conductors approx 1,5 square mm in diameter.

Cheers

Thanks @dufleuve, 1,5 square mm is good enough for standard mains power, 220V

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Davejb
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I thought it could be a generator fitting, it looks heavy enough

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Festrako

Hello, 

I seize the opportunity of using this thread instead of opening a new one because the title perfectly fits with my question. 

Attached are two plugs I own for several years but I don't know theur purpose. Can you help me please ? 

Regards 

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@Festrako - For second one look here:

https://www.cdvandt.org/component_display.htm

Seek there DIN 99815 connectors (male and female)

For first one please make more detailed and close up pictures.

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dufleuve

Hello Festrako,

The first one looks like the remains of a five pins connectors pair. Probably the ones for panzer radios.
Those were initially made of a light alloy and will quickly be lost to corrosion.

Cheers

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Festrako

Hello, 

Thanks for your answers. Here are close up of plugs, that are 5 stick made as dufleuve correctly guessed. 

Regards 

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Those typical 5 polig stecker's are covered here.

https://www.nonstopsystems.com/DL9HZH/Stecker.pdf

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Festrako

Wow, the whole aluminium part has rottened ! 

Many thanks for your expertise. 😊

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6 minutes ago, Festrako said:

Wow, the whole aluminium part has rottened ! 

Many thanks for your expertise. 😊

I guess it was zinc, they used lot of zinc alloy at late war.

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