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While not ideal, the 4 pin version will barely fit a 0.1" breadboard but the 5 pin version will have problems.
This uses a 4-pin JST PH connector.
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I'm not sure what the maker expected us to solder these to, but the spacing between the conductors is WAAAAAY to small to use with an arduino or a standard perf/proto board. My grandchildren will find these in my box of unusable parts. I have lost another week on this project, back to square one...
I'm sorry, these are not standard 0.1" spaced. They come very close, but don't mate with other 0.1" connections.
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The white version of this JST connector is much better. The wire is a heavier gauge. The tinned ends on this one makes it difficult to strip and prepare. Bring the other ones back.