Handy for making wire harnesses or jumpering between headers on PCB's. These premium jumper wires are 6" (150mm) long and come in a 'strip' of 40 (4 pieces of each of ten rainbow colors). They have 0.1" male header contacts on either end and fit cleanly next to each other on standard-pitch 0.1" (2.54mm) header. The best part is they come in a 40-pin ribbon cable. You can always pull the ribbon wires off to make individual jumpers, or keep them together to make neatly organized wire harnesses.
We have these in three handy lengths: 3"/75mm, 6"/160mm and 12"/300mm. If you want the female/female type, we have those too!
Note: The length of the jumper wires is sometimes a bit longer than what is listed.
For best results, when plugging these in a line, have the sides with the 'silver latch bit' sticking out since that side is a tiny bit wider than 0.1"
Each wire is 28 AWG (7 strands @ 36 AWG)
Measure high side voltage and DC current draw over I2C
Learn Arduino, Lesson 3. RGB LEDs
Learn Arduino, Lesson 4. Eight LEDs and a Shift Register
Learn Arduino, Lesson 2. LEDs
Learn Arduino, Lesson 5. The Serial Monitor
Learn Arduino, Lesson 6. Digital Inputs
Learn Arduino, Lesson 7. Make an RGB LED Fader
Learn Arduino, Lesson 8. Analog Inputs
Learn Arduino, Lesson 9. Sensing Light
Learn Arduino, Lesson 10. Making Sounds
Learn Arduino, Lesson 14. Servo Motors
Learn Arduino, Lesson 13. DC Motors
Learn Arduino, Lesson 11. LCD Displays - Part 1
Learn Arduino, Lesson 12. LCD Displays - Part 2
Learn Arduino, Lesson 15. DC Motor Reversing
Learn Arduino, Lesson 16. Stepper Motors
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Drive a DC motor forward and in reverse with variable speed
Control a stepper motor with a L293D or ULN2803
Control 110V devices from your Raspberry Pi
Use an Arduino to send an email, whenever movement is detected with a PIR sensor.
Make an LED Blink using Python on a BeagleBone Black
What position is your servo in?
Build an enclosure for your Trellis project
Build a wireless temperature & humidity sensor using the BlueFruit module!
Send weather measurements data to the cloud using the power of the Arduino Yun!
How to connect a 16x32 RGB LED display to your Raspberry Pi
Daisy-chain three 16x32 LED Displays with a Raspberry Pi
Wrap up in light and motion
A blackhole in your pocket :)
Remotely access temperature and humidity levels (plus camera shots) around your house!
Build a simple home automation system & control it from anywhere!
Build a geofencing project that will send alerts when it goes out of the perimeter!
Use your muscles to control your electronics!
Measure the DC power consumption of your devices!
Lights, music, and sound effects prop circuit design