DEPEPE 30 Pcs 40 Pin 2.54mm Male and Female Pin Headers for Arduino Prototype Shield
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male pins can easily snap, female pins can easily bend Breaks between the pins of the female headers are not so noticeable, since there are no ridges between them. Although you can still cut with a blade and some force, it is easier to cut with a circular blade.
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Selected User Reviews For DEPEPE 30 Pcs 40 Pin 2.54mm Male and Female Pin Headers for Arduino Prototype Shield
I suppose you get what you pay for with these connectors. It does not feel like any connections are loose at all. It's easy to accidentally slide the male pins out of position when heating them, so you have to take great care heating them. One of the biggest issues I have with these is that the female headers are so hard to cut apart that you usually end up losing A pin was intentionally sacrificed to make a point that would cut through the rust. There is no question that these are intended to be cut to size, and they do not meet the purpose.
Support for gender equality as a set of headers.
According to the description.
I'd definitely use them again. I have no problems with this product.
I thought these were an excellent You have to be careful not to break the female pins when you remove them.
It is impossible to hold on to pins.
This is my second order of these headers and I will not be ordering any more of this brand in the future. A couple of years ago, I purchased a 30-pack of these headers. They were great -- I bought a pair of male and female headers. It was just recently that I purchased another 30 pack, and the female headers begin to fall off. Some pins fall out just when you're about to remove one from solder a header in place, you need to check carefully that a pin hasn't fallen out and gotten lost. If a pin has gone missing, you might have soldered a header but now have no idea what the problem is. When the first batch was developed a few years back, this NEVER happened. When I received the bag, there were loose female pins at the bottom of the bag. That should have been my first clue that there was going to be trouble.
Headers for both sexes arrived mixed together in the same bubble Ensure that you wrap the pouch inside. I separated both to make them easier to use as seen in the picture. As shown in the second photo, I used the female headers to connect a nano microcontroller to a small breadboard and a 1602 led display. While the male headers can be divided easily to the exact pin count, the female headers take a bit of practice. Using a box cutter blade, I cut the length to the desired length. A better method for scoring precisely could be devised so that no pins are lost It's possible I'll find tips on how to do I soldered the breadboard to the circuit board without a problem and even wirewrapped most of the exposed pins without any problems It's necessary to make the pins longer in order to wirewrap more than one wire simultaneously). In the same way, the pins in the header provide just the right amount of pressure to hold the component in place and provide a good contact As expected, removing an item is not difficult or difficult, but it is snugly fitting as well. This is a product I would recommend and purchase.
You can use them as headers and they They have been used in several projects so far with no problems.