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Description: Two pin, compact surface mount connector. We really like the solid locking feeling and high current rating on these small connectors. We use these all the time as battery connectors.
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This is a 2-pin, through-hole PH series JST connector. The pins are spaced by 2mm.
We really like the solid locking feeling…
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This is a simple two wire cable. One end has a 2 pin female 0.1" pitch connector. Opposite end has 2-pin JST connector.
A row of headers - break to fit. 40 pins that can be cut to any size. Used with custom PCBs or general custom headers.
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Two pin, compact surface mount connector. We really like the solid locking feeling and high current rating on these small con…
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Are the plugs for these sockets available anywhere?
Is there a through-hole version for people who do not feel comfortable with soldering surface mount connectors? How difficult is it to solder this connector, if I have never done any surface mount soldering?
There’s a through hole version.
Is there a vertical version of this connector (SMD and/or through-hole)?
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Wrong datasheet? =-)
My bad, it’s all ok, sorry =-)
I have the SparkFunEagle-04-13-10.zip library but I cannot find this part anywhere… Has it been removed?
I got a few of these, and I’m having a bit of trouble with them. They seem too “tight.” I’m using them in conjunction with the lipo batteries listed on this site, and when I plug them together, I can’t get them to pull apart again?
They’re designed in that manner to insure a solid connection in all applications. If you’re consistently unplugging them you can shave the notch on the top of the male connectors down. Just remember over time that could reduce the quality of the connection between the connectors.
Thanks for the great help
In the SFE Eagle Library, it’s easy to misread the origin mark on the M02 symbol as a ‘+’ polarity marker, when that pin in fact connects to the negative side of the S2B-PH package (this part).
I’m afraid I might have just toasted my battery charging chip.. I’m hoping that little wisp of smoke was just flux burning off.
Thanks for clearing that out. I have 5+ designs (just one of them will actually be assembled) which use LiPos.
Yep, no part in the sparkfun eagle lib, I searched line by line…
their tech support gave me these library references Package: S2B-PH
Just as a head up for those who use this part in eagle, I had to reverse the pin outs in the library.
up for those who use this part in eagle, I had to reverse the pin outs in the library.
I had this same issue very recently.
What is the name of this component in the SparkFun Eagle library? I can’t seem to find it, nor a can a search for “jst” in Eagle. Thanks.
It’s under the M02 category of the Sparkfun library. You will find a bunch of connector in the M** categories.
Hey, does anybody know what style these conectors are?
are they sh, st… i cant seem to find it anywhere. thanks! And there not to hard to solder Larsi, maybe a good first surface mount experience to boost confidence in your soldering skills.
My guess, based on looking at the links from the “related products”, would be this one: http://www.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Prototyping/ePH.pdf
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