Help finding 3-pin fan female connector

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  1. jocanon

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    Jul 19, 2012
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    Someone please help! I have 25 of these fans that I need connectors for. I CANNOT find this connector ANYWHERE. Does anybody know if it exists and where I can get it? It is not a standard type of 3-pin fan connector. It comes out of a PSU, specifically the HP power supply DPS-600 PB and the fan model number is FFB0412SHN. It is different than normal 3-pin connectors in that the high part is in the middle instead of the sides.
     
  2. jocanon

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  3. THE_RB

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    If it is a 0.1" pitch (same as a DIP IC) then you can use a 3x1 header pin;

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    You can buy them in rows of 40 pins and just snap off the size you want.
     
  4. Tealc

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    Looks similar to PHR-3, a JST connector.

    The links above don't seem to work for me so can't see which you think it is.

    The PH series are smaller pitch than normal Molex 6471 based fan connectors .
     
  5. jocanon

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    Wow, good call...you are exactly right. PHR-3 is the manufacture part number of the ones I linked to above. It took me hours to find this...but I am pretty sure that's the right one. The links work for me, I wonder why they are not working for you?
     
  6. bwilliams60

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    Try a different browser. Sometimes Google Chrome is not user friendly for some webpages.
     
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