4 Pin Molex Connector - Right Angle

The 4-pin Molex connector is pretty standard for disk drives, computer peripherals and things like that but it's also a great general purpose power connector. If you're using a computer power supply to juice-up your project, this is a nice clean way to hook it up.

These right-angle connectors have 4 pins spaced 0.200" as well as plastic stress-relief posts and clips.

4 Pin Molex Connector - Right Angle Product Help and Resources

ATX Power Connector (4-Pin) Breakout Hookup Guide

October 10, 2019

Do you need to power a project with 12V and 5V from one wall adapter? The ATX power connector breaks out the standard 4-pin computer peripheral port for your 12V and 5V devices!


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  • Ichbinjoe / about 12 years ago * / 2

    BoB? With mounting holes and stuff like that?

    • Kevin Vermeer / about 12 years ago / 1

      Why? This thing is huge, and would be super easy to solder. If you want to put it into a piece of protoboard, cut off the plastic mounting pegs and glue it down.

  • Marduk / about 12 years ago / 1

    anyone one know what its called in Eagle cad?

    • COMPUTER-PERIPHERAL-POWER-RA in SparkFun-Connectors :)

    • SXRguyinMA / about 12 years ago / 1

      I couldn't find them in Eagle so I just used the dimensional drawing and Sparkfun's Tutorial and made the part myself. I'm still needing to order some and make 100% sure that my part is accurate before I get boards made.

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