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Similar to question https://community.teltonika-networks.com/23843/rut955-input-output-socket-type what's the type of the power plug?

I think, that belongs into the wiki, for instance here: https://wiki.teltonika-networks.com/view/RUT955_Powering_Options#Power_socket

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Hello,

You can use similar cable like this one: https://teltonika-networks.com/product/power-cable-4way/

In order to use the Input/Output of the 4pin power plug.

Hope it helps.

Regards,
Jerome
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I'd need to make my own cable, since the wires go to different directions (power and signal) and some of them even split. Further on, the power cable I alread have, is already fixed installed. So easiest for my setup is to make a split adaptor out of a plug and a socket of the same type.

So, what type of connector is it?
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Hello,

If you are using the package power supply you can cut it and split the wires and then for the input output you can use AWG wires.

Hope it helps.

Regards,
Jerome
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Doesn't really help. I'm aware of the workarounds, still I asked. It's the better, cleaner solution to make a solid, professional connection. So, I ask again: what type of plug is it?

The routers are supposed to be "professional", "industrial" and to be used inside electrical cabinets (see DIN rail bracket). This requires full specification of the interfaces, otherwise I cannot integrate it professionally in a system.
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Hello, 

If you asking the what type of pin it is using it's similar to this: 
uxcell 5 Pcs 4 Pin Male 3mm Pitch Socket Car Auto PC Power Supply ATX Connector Black: Amazon.com.au: Industrial & Scientific

Hope it helps.

Regards,
Jerome

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Ok, thank You. So, for all other readers, my further research shows, the plug is of this type:

https://www.molex.com/molex/products/part-detail/crimp_housings/0039013045

It is used/known as a ATX12V or P4 power connector.
Can You or someone take care that it goes into the wiki? Here, this information can easily be buried.

I must take back my "thank you" - the information You gave me was WRONG, it's NOT that type of plug! I realised after ordering. :-(( If You have only made a picture comparison to identify, then please say so. That I could have done by myself... I don't need to ask in the forum for this. I want to make sure to order the right plug before ordering. Also for the dealer's sake.

So, has anybody a better information of the type of plug?

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Hi Knauer, I'm having the same issue! I need a 3rd party plug so I can use a common 24VDC power supply inside my cabinet, but having a lot of trouble finding one. I did order this recently but I'm still not getting my RUT240 to power up with it. It does seem to "fit" though:

https://www.digikey.com/en/products/detail/molex/2147561042/12180642

I really wish Teltonika would sell this plug with just a bare wire extension on the end so we could wire it to our unique power supplies. This is a must for industrial equipment! Please help us Teltonika!
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The Digikey-Link You posted doesn't work.

But I found out the plug. It must be one of these:

https://www.molex.com/molex/search/deepSearch?pQuery=productseries:245132@circuitsloaded:4@materialplatingmating:Tin@numberofrows:2@pitchmatinginterface:3.00mm

But take care: I did not order one of them and try. But how do I know:

The plug of my RUT955 fints into a different device (Freematics OnePlus B). An on the PCB of that device, this part is assembled:

https://www.molex.com/molex/products/part-detail/pcb_headers/0430450406

The link above is the first of the "Mates With"-Links. So, it should be the right part. I can confirm all the measures from the datasheet.