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"The M24308 connector is a particular type of military connector standard, sometimes termed MIL-DTL-24308 and formerly known as MIL-C-24308 and MIL-PRF-24308. This connector incorporates very specific requirements and is a United States military standard of D-subminiature connectors (also known as D-subs). Small enough to fit into tight spaces and reliable enough to live a long life, M24308 connectors are an ideal choice for important but difficult tasks." https://www.connectpositronic.com/en/m24308/
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And there you have it...government hardware explains the cost...same thing as the $300,000 toilet seat.
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Mjolnir - 2018-10-23 10:09 PM

"The M24308 connector is a particular type of military connector standard, sometimes termed MIL-DTL-24308 and formerly known as MIL-C-24308 and MIL-PRF-24308. This connector incorporates very specific requirements and is a United States military standard of D-subminiature connectors (also known as D-subs). Small enough to fit into tight spaces and reliable enough to live a long life, M24308 connectors are an ideal choice for important but difficult tasks." https://www.connectpositronic.com/en/m24308/


Thank you for the valuable tip / info.
My smartphone by FUJITSU is actually MIL STD one, operator is UQ Mobile (au group).

That explains it.... haha

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Rich Hawley - 2018-10-23 11:15 PM

And there you have it...government hardware explains the cost...same thing as the $300,000 toilet seat.


Yeah, not really (100 % NOT, lol. ) affiliated with them, but here in Japan, we have wash-lets by TOTO.
(no pun intended but do you guys know the band Toto ( http://totoofficial.com/ ) ?) haha

-stingraze

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Rich Hawley - 2018-10-23 2:15 PM

And there you have it...government hardware explains the cost...same thing as the $300,000 toilet seat.
No doubt.
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If a toilet needs that much investment, why not invest in a shelter...
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