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I need to know what type or where I can find a mating wire to circuit board connector.
The board connector has "H JST" on the front if it.  The actual connector measurements are as follows:
Outside Dimensions: 0.290" x 0.223"
Contactor Spacing: 0.104" (Estimated Pitch)
Contactor Size: 0.025" x 0.025"

I have attached a photo of the actual piece.  I know that I have seen this on a circuit somewhere, but I can not find a mate.  What is its mate and where can I find it?
Connector.JPG
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I see 5 male connectors on the board named HTSA, what connector you want to know?
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by:OnALearningCurve
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Hi shrimpfork,

Is this any use?

http://www.datasheetcatalog.org/datasheets/166/499599_DS.pdf

Mark.
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Looking into it HJST seem to be a manufacturer,

Looking at the connector itself (assuming you mean the white one) it looks to be power of some kind, very similar to a fan connector?
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It's the white 2 wire connector in the front.  I know that the board says HTSA, but the connector says "H JST".  

I'm looking into the manufacture "JST" witl little luck.  I have been trying to contact somebody there for 2 days now, and they seem to opperate with no staff.

The connector supplies 5V, which I'm trying to adapt into a relay switch.
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Good luck!
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Digitkey is company you should contact:
http://dkc1.digikey.com/us/en/pdf/Current.html
You can look at items 2570 and 2536 in the link:
http://www.leotronics.co.uk/template2.asp?id=4

You can request the 2 pins female
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I think that I found the part thru Digi-Key.  Waiting on the order to arrive.  Thanks
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