This is the drawing for the receptacle on the board, based on the part number you are showing (I haven't confirmed). The part number defines the family, pin count and color.
504187 - Family of connector
18 - Pin count
74 - Blue
This is the drawing for the housing(s) that mate to it. You need an 18 pin count. Any color should work. Your choices will be 5041861800, 5041861801, 5041861802, 5041861804, and 5041861806 depending on color.
This housing has no contacts. You must first crimp these contacts to the target wires. The crimped contacts come on strips, and you break them off the strip, and crimp them to the stripped end of the wire. Then insert the crimped contact into the housing. It should lock in place when oriented properly. They require AWG 26-30 wire gauge.
Digikey has at least one of the housing colors here (may have others too):
and the crimped contact here:
First of all - http://www.entery.com.tw
Receptacle on board, based on your part number. 20 pin count version:
They are not very upfront about what part number mates to this though...
So, I recommend contacting Entery (E & T) sales/support through the website to find the mating part(s). I will warn that these may be difficult to find online, but if you can get a part number, try googling it.
Hope this helps!
as a total newbie - is there any documentation about the nuc6i7kyk onboard connectors and possible use cases?
Am I correct to assume that there are only 3 onboard connectors - one strictly for usb3, one for usb 2 and a power cable, and a connector for something else (power button? leds?)?
I have a use case where i would like to use a 12v lcd panel and would be nice to use a single power source - perhaps it is best to work on this separate from the nuc board and just have a single power source for the nuc and the screen.
***ah i see the ARK page has some information on the headers - "CEC, 2x USB2.0, 2x USB 3.0, FRONT_PANEL" . Are there pinouts and diagrams for these by chance? USB2 and 3 are pretty self explanatory but the other stuff I am not sure about. Perhaps it was already mentioned in the forum though..
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1kilo, here you can find the Mechanical Drawings and Custom Chassis Information for Intel® NUC; Mechanical Drawings and Custom Chassis Information for Intel® NUC. You can also find more details in regard to the headers, here http://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/boardsandkits/NUC6i7KYK_TechProdSpec.pdf.
Thanks a lot Amy, that is the kind of document I was looking for! apologies for not noticing it myself. Just one question, the "Spec Change" in the Revision History list on page 2 and 3 of the PDF is stating that the document itself had revisions, or are there NUC6i7KYK component/board revisions also? Would be nice to know in case I get an old one.