Polarized connectors and headers for your perf board/PCB projects. Use these connectors for power connections or any sensor/general connection to prevent users from connecting the peripheral incorrectly or reversed.
This is for the male header. Be sure to order the housing and crimp pins!
Pins have standard 0.1" spacing.
The connector part is MOLEX-1x3 or MOLEX1x3_LOCK in SparkFun Eagle Library.
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PRT-08232 only has the 3-pin Male Header. The picture is confusing. Try looking at this picture => https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0jwgLkjMWzDeXpnNkZsZ21rQXc .
You will still need to order the crimp pins [ https://www.sparkfun.com/products/8100 ] and 3-pin female housing polarized connector [ https://www.sparkfun.com/products/8096 ] . Make sure that you are using crimp tool [ https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13193 ] for the female housing.
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Why don't you sell the kit? All the necessary to work with this kind of connectors?
Is this part listed in the SFE Eagle Library?
Yes, the connector part is MOLEX-1x3 or MOLEX1x3_LOCK in Eagle.
These wouldn't happen to be the same connectors used on computer fans would they? (I mean the 3 pin variety)
Thanks for your help.
Use small hook up wire..
it is cheaper..
and no, the ends are not long enough
will this allow me to plug a 3-pin servo female cable into a breaboard?
I just tried this, and it works (kind of). The servo connector is not exact, and you have to pull pretty hard to get it back off. I will be buying the housing and pins to swap out the connector on the motor.