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Header Jumper Wire

Discussion in 'Electronic Components' started by [email protected], Aug 2, 2006.

  1. Guest

    Does anyone know where to get some wire jumpers for 0.1mm headers? I
    do a lot of board to board connections with header pins. These change
    based on FPGA routing so I don't wire wrap. They need to be quickly
    connected. I've searched and haven't had much luck. The only thing I
    found were these: http://www.basicx.com/Products/Jumpers/jumper.htm

    Those would work, but I have some that have nice shrink warpped ends.
    I don't know where they came from. Perhaps someone at the company made
    them long ago!

    Thanks!
     
  2. Guest

    I meant 1mm pins!!
     
  3. mc

    mc Guest

    For 0.1"-spacing headers, do you mean?

    What I do is crimp the appropriate connectors onto the ends of #22 stranded
    wire, then shrink some heat-shrink tubing onto them.

    We are lucky that someone gave us some AMP crimping pliers that originally
    cost $500 and are beautifully precise. But it is not hard to get good
    results with a much cheaper crimping tool.
     
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