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Unsoldered iPod Connector, Comes in 7 Pieces. Easy to Assemble.
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Skill Level: Noob - Basic assembly is required. You may need to provide your own basic tools like a screwdriver, hammer or scissors. Power tools or custom parts are not required. Instructions will be included and easy to follow. Sewing may be required, but only with included patterns.
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Another idea, rather than pull out pins to make it easier to solder, instead the best method I found was to use heatshrink tubing, like this: http://pulse.yahoo.com/_UP7A4YLMEKPMJ2RJQN7TIK2YOA/blog/articles/45555?listPage=index
Once a pin is soldered, heatshrink it, and then it is
safe to solder the adjacent pin with no risk of shorts.
I'd like to actually mount those DEV-00633 connectors on a PCB. Do you guys have the footprint or actual mechanical dimensions of the connector pins?
Is this iPad 3 / iPad 4 compatible? I also have an iPhone 3GS (please dont laugh). I want to make a solar project and need a breakout connector like this.
Anyone have suggestions on how to secure this connector or one of the other styles to a supporting board? I don't have any means to drill the micro-sized holes that would be needed to accept the 30 pins.
Had a hard time soldering the connections on this style - going to try style 2 and see if it's any easier.
Was style 2 any easier?
Does anyone know if the pins on this connector are removeable, I only want to use several of them and having them all there will make them harder to solder.
Yes, you can pull them out the back. I've done this to make more space for soldering.
Cut them off after verifying they don't need to be pulled up or down or anything. Like, don't clip off the ground pin.