Axis output connector

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Hi - does anyone know any information about the output connectors on the Axis ? They are surface mounted 90 degree connectors and I need to replace one. I think they are the same connectors for all or most Elestrastim devices. They look slightly like Fakra connectors but I don't think they are. Information on the type, series, manufacturer, spare parts seller etc would be much appreciated thank you.


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The Axis takes any standard TENS cable with a female plug - https://tinyurl.com/mtc2hj6u
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Thanks - unfortunately I'm not after the cables, I'm after the connectors for the cables that solder onto the circuit board. Cheers.
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It might be worth while to buy one of them cheap Chinese power boxes with the same connection and remove the socket from it.
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soundcraft wrote: Wed Dec 29, 2021 11:05 am It might be worth while to buy one of them cheap Chinese power boxes with the same connection and remove the socket from it.
Thanks - do you know of any that have the same type of connectors ?
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Bob1 wrote: Fri Dec 31, 2021 11:13 am
soundcraft wrote: Wed Dec 29, 2021 11:05 am It might be worth while to buy one of them cheap Chinese power boxes with the same connection and remove the socket from it.
Thanks - do you know of any that have the same type of connectors ?
Generally the cheap TENS units all use the same connector.

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Bob1 wrote: Fri Dec 31, 2021 11:13 am
soundcraft wrote: Wed Dec 29, 2021 11:05 am It might be worth while to buy one of them cheap Chinese power boxes with the same connection and remove the socket from it.


Thanks - do you know of any that have the same type of connectors ?
Not all of them have the same connectors. Had a little look on ebay

The logistim tn-11 has the same type of connector I got one before I got my Axis ( wasted money LOL )

There is also Patterson Medical TPN 200 Plus

I would try and contact ElectraStim first though. it might work out cheaper to get them to fix is if these connectors do not fit. Also the Axis is a real pain in the ass to get apart.
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soundcraft wrote: Sun Jan 02, 2022 12:27 pm
Bob1 wrote: Fri Dec 31, 2021 11:13 am
soundcraft wrote: Wed Dec 29, 2021 11:05 am It might be worth while to buy one of them cheap Chinese power boxes with the same connection and remove the socket from it.


Thanks - do you know of any that have the same type of connectors ?
Not all of them have the same connectors. Had a little look on ebay

The logistim tn-11 has the same type of connector I got one before I got my Axis ( wasted money LOL )

There is also Patterson Medical TPN 200 Plus

I would try and contact ElectraStim first though. it might work out cheaper to get them to fix is if these connectors do not fit. Also the Axis is a real pain in the ass to get apart.
Thanks - very helpful information cheers. Personally I haven't found the Axis difficult to open up - maybe you have missed the hidden screw underneather the front label that you need to remove ? Thanks again.
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