Electricians/ electrical engineers, can you please tell me the name of this connector

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I need an extension for a 2 pin make to a 2 pin female connector but I can’t find it’s right name online. From the photos below, can anybody tell me what is the official part name that would match?
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the first image is out of focus and the second is blurry, so you might want to try those again.
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Too blurred and poor lighting. Black on black is not good for contrast!

A ruler for scale would also make life easier.

What is it used for?

Could be a 2 pin ATX or PCI express but needs a much better image to be certain.
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(Original post by Mustafa0605)
Hi
I need an extension for a 2 pin make to a 2 pin female connector but I can’t find it’s right name online. From the photos below, can anybody tell me what is the official part name that would match?
Looks like a 2 pin SM connector, and I believe they're commonly used in model railways, aircraft, etc? This eBay link looks to be the sort of cable you're after, although you'd have to check sizing and ideally find a seller in the UK. Similarly another US seller. There's also an Amazon link to the standalone cables, which you could theoretically solder together to create a simple extension. This should be enough info to find a cable, although it might be easier to just buy the connectors and make your own suitable length cable instead of messing with extensions.
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Looks like a 2 pin SM connector, and I believe they're commonly used in model railways, aircraft, etc? This eBay link looks to be the sort of cable you're after, although you'd have to check sizing and ideally find a seller in the UK. Similarly another US seller. There's also an Amazon link to the standalone cables, which you could theoretically solder together to create a simple extension. This should be enough info to find a cable, although it might be easier to just buy the connectors and make your own suitable length cable instead of messing with extensions.
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