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I have this broken power supply for a decorative outdoor lighting. It has this interface we never seen before The socket

The plug

We can't find the exact model where we live, but I think if I can identify this socket we can find an equivalent.

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  • What voltage? What territory?
    – Tetsujin
    Jan 6 at 14:35

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The generic name for this type of connector is "circular standard connector" and it's waterproof by virtue of its screw-tight outer ring. This one has 2 pins but multiple pins are available - I recognize it because 3- and 4-pin variations are used in addressable LED christmas light displays.

Searching for "2-pin circular standard connector" shows me several that have different keying than your images (the flat part that makes sure you can only insert it one way) so I'd say this may be harder to find than you think.

If you have a good heat source you might have an easier time replacing the power supply and butt splicing a different, more standard connector to your lighting.

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These things commonly have proprietary connectors and this one appears to be an example of that. I doubt you will be able to find a compatible one anywhere but on another identical string of lights.

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