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    Default Honeywell R8810A1018 Opentherm Bridge PCB connector

    Hello everybody,

    Does anybody know, by any chance, what type of PCB connector does the R8810A1018 opentherm bridge uses ?
    Mine was delivered without it. I have just the two pins sticking out ...

    IMG_20210812_153512828_HDR.jpg

    Thank you,
    E.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neugen View Post
    Hello everybody,

    Does anybody know, by any chance, what type of PCB connector does the R8810A1018 opentherm bridge uses ?
    Mine was delivered without it. I have just the two pins sticking out ...

    IMG_20210812_153512828_HDR.jpg

    Thank you,
    E.
    Oops, Sorry!
    I will have a word with production and get you one. Can you PM me an address and I will drop one in the post to you.
    Regards AtM
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy the Minion View Post
    Oops, Sorry!
    I will have a word with production and get you one. Can you PM me an address and I will drop one in the post to you.
    Regards AtM
    Hi Andy,

    Thank you very much for your answer. However, I think that it would be an overkill to have it delivered via post because .... well .... Brexit
    I don't live in the UK.

    I think a picture and eventually a make/model would do it. Maybe I can find one or something similar.

    Regards,
    E

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    Its a 3 way barrier strip connector, outer 2 connected
    IMG_1370.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenGuy View Post
    Its a 3 way barrier strip connector, outer 2 connected
    IMG_1370.jpg

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    Thank you !

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