Just to give you a little clarification on Sanwa’s cloudy parts numbering system, a JLF-TP-8Y is the stick that you’ve shown in the top picture, minus the mounting plate, and with the pcb turned so that the connector is on a side without the mounting holes. If you turn the pcb so that the connector is on a side WITH the mounting holes, then it is a JLF-TP-8. The stick that you’ve shown in the top picture is a JLF-TP-8T, since the connector is on a side with the mounting holes (which is how all of our JLF’s ship). If you turn the pcb so that it’s on a side without the mounting holes, then it becomes a JLF-TP-8YT. Holy shit, now that I read that, I realize how confusing it can be. Basically, you can take the same JLF stick from our site and turn it into: JLF-TP-8, JLF-TP-8T, JLF-TP-8Y, JLF-TP-8YT. They are all the same stick, just configured differently.
BTW, you’ve got the second picture incorrectly labeled, that is a JLW-TM-8, and is probably not going to work for your current application. If you would like to purchase a JLF stick from us, add a note when you check out that you want it configured as a JLF-TP-8Y, and I’ll make sure it gets set up for you before it ships.