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84228Re: [HOn3] Re: 3 pin mini connector

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  • John Stutz
    Oct 16, 2013
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      The standard multipin sockets used in the electronics industry have pins
      on 0.1"=2.5mm centers. A good selection is available at surplus prices
      from many sources, in lengths of up of 40+ pins, which can be cut to
      length. I have used All Electronics <www.allelectronics.com> with
      excellent response times. Search under "snappable headers" and
      "snappable sip sockets"

      The header/socket pairs offered by Led Barron
      <http://stores.ebay.com/ledbaron> mostly have pins on 1mm = 0.040"
      centers. This gives about 1/6 to 1/12 the volume per connector,
      relative to the standard connectors. If conector volume is a problem,
      these should be considered. led Barron also offers a 2-pin connector
      on 1.2mm = 0.048" centers. Using all three sizes may be useful for
      separating different circuits, i.e. track power, motor & auxiliaries.

      John Stutz
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