An oldie but goodie. These connectors were used extensively in radios such as the Kenwood TS-530/830/930 and many Icom products such as the R7000 and IC-751. The headers and plugs have 2mm pin spacing, and are keyed. The headers themselves have round pins and the plugs use a crimp-on contact which is triangular at its mating end. Usually found in white, though some rigs used color-keyed variants. They can vary in pin count from 2 to 12 and are all single-row. Anyone who has serviced one of the radios of the 80s knows exactly which connector type I'm talking about. Icom lists a typical part number as "TL-25H-02-B1" or "TL-25P-06-V1" in the service manuals. I believe these to be accurate OEM numbers as some of their other connectors I'm familiar with (e.g., the Taiko Denki mini coaxial plugs) are accurately notated in the parts list. Problem is...I'm drawing a total blank. They're NOT current JST products, as I've been through their catalog. The 'Net doesn't help much either. Ideas? I specifically need a source for the plug contacts.