Mini 6 Pin DIN Male Solder Connector - Plastic

Part no. 1706

6 Pins | Solder Cups | Plastic | Molded Strain Relief | 24 AWG Wire | 5mm Cable

(5 reviews)
Quantity Discount Pricing
1-4 5-9 10-49 50-99 100+
$2.65 $2.27 $2.10 $2.02 $1.95
Quantity Discount Pricing
1 - 4 5 - 9 10 - 49 50 - 99 100+
$2.65 $2.27 $2.10 $2.02 $1.95

The Mini 6 Pin DIN Male Solder Connector is commonly used for PS2 Style keyboards. This connector is economic and lightweight. The plug comes in four parts and can be easily disassembled for access to the solder cups. The Mini 6 Pin DIN Male Connector accepts up to 24 AWG wire. The Mini 6 Pin DIN Male Connector is designed with molded strain relief and accepts cables up to 5mm.


  • 6 Pin Mini DIN Male
  • Plastic
  • Lead Type: Solder Cups
  • Molded Strain Relief
  • Accepts 24 AWG Wire
  • Accepts Cable up to 5mm
REVIEW SUMMARY for Mini 6 Pin DIN Male Solder Connector - Plastic
4.6 (based on 5 reviews)
  • easy peasy

    Reviewed by:

    From: SW Floriduh

    8/15/2016    #23293

    PROS: The product works really well; Faster than I expected
    CONS: None specified
    Great experience. Easy find, I used the tech help chat and, I'm sorry I don't remember his name,(might have been Kevin?) he was VERY helpful. He gave me links to order from. Slick and simple. I was promised delivery in 5-7 days, I had it in 3, perfect. Thanks, Paul in Venice.
  • mini 6 pin

    Reviewed by:

    From: United States

    11/21/2015    #19546

    PROS: Super fast
    CONS: I couldn’t get it to work
    Sorry I was not able to get the connector to work with my application.
  • Ham radio project

    Reviewed by:

    From: Bloomsburg, Pa.

    12/30/2013    #1988

    PROS: great quality
    CONS: none
    For a ham radio project to interface my tranceiver to my computer I could not find this connector locally with solder pins.
  • Tough to solder

    Reviewed by:

    From: St. Paul, Mn.

    5/5/2013    #1210

    PROS: None specified
    CONS: None specified
    I've done lots of soldering in my life, but found that these tiny connectors MELT easily. When I solder the NEXT one I'll slip the tinned wires into the tiny cups and slightly crimp the top edge of the cup to hold the wires, rather than manually holding the wire while soldering. It will solder quicker and minimize pin location distortion caused by melting of the plastic body.
  • Service was GREAT!!

    Reviewed by:

    From: TN

    10/18/2012    #578

    PROS: None specified
    CONS: None specified
    Service was GREAT!!!

Q: How are Mini DIN Connectors labeled?

A: Mini DIN Connectors are numbered from left to right bottom row to top row. The lower left will always be Pin 1 and the upper right will always be the highest pin number.

Q: What are Mini DIN Connectors used for?

A: Mini DIN Connectors are most commonly used for electronic devices such as computers, peripherals, and video equipment.

Q: What cables are used with DIN Connectors?

A: Din connectors are commonly used with multi-conductor cables with at least one conductor per pin on the connector.

Q: How do I attach a DIN connector to my cable?

A: In order to attach a DIN connector to a cable you must solder each pin to its respective conductor.

Q: How do I prevent melting the plastic in the connector during soldering?

A: When soldering a DIN connector avoid heating the untinned wire and connector point and applying the solder all at once. This will cause melting and frustration. Tinning the wire ends and allowing them to cool before you tin the connector will prevent melting and allow you to attach the wire correctly.

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