After nearly 20 years in our range, the Bodge Plug family of 2 and 3-pole spring-terminal plugs still sells ever more each year, probably because Sod’s Law still says that the plug you need is either not wired the way yours is, or you have the wrong plug to start with. With 25 pins, the D-sub has literally millions of ways of being wired differently to the way yours is. And if you have bare ends, how often have you cursed the little blobs of solder that seem to leave themselves tacked between the D-sub’s pins when you move a wire from one place to another as you rig up a “bodge”?
These relatives of the family, bred we believe from an impeccable pedigree, are the Bodge D-sub 25-pin male. These have a standard D-sub type 25-pin connector connected through to 25 spring-clip terminals (which require no tools to operate them - the tip of a ballpoint pen is recommended). Every toolkit should have a pair!
Use a pair of them, with some single wire links, between two D-sub 25 pin cables, to quickly effect pin changes to get something up and running. Break out audio and/or control wires that a manufacturer has combined onto a D-sub to save panel space (or money). Speed up equipment test and maintenance.
Dimensions: 69(l) ×25(h) ×39(d)mm.