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Electronics Connectors for snappable header pins?

Discussion in 'Modding' started by Yraen, 5 Jan 2006.

  1. Yraen

    Yraen New Member

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    Does anyone know what the connectors for the snappable header pins are called? I'm looking for some connectors like those that come with a case, the ones for the power switch, reset, hd led, etc that connect to the motherboard. I just can't find them and I'm not sure what they are called. Here's the pins I'm talking about.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Zidane

    Zidane New Member

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    you mean pin headers?
    you mean like these at maplins? clickyclicky

    i always called them pin headers or motherboard headers, maplins always knew what i wanted (the little connectors for them are usually called motherboard jumpers).
     
  3. Gascan1888

    Gascan1888 New Member

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    I think he means more like These at jameco, since he's in the U.S.
     
  4. Yraen

    Yraen New Member

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    That's them Gascan, thanks. :D
     
  5. Confused Fishcake

    Confused Fishcake New Member

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    If you want really cheap ones (albeit in the uk) techsupplies.co.uk sells strips of 10 for only 3P!
     
  6. mcshaggy

    mcshaggy New Member

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    http://futurlec.com/ConnHead.shtml you cant beat these for the price. scroll down and the wire-mount connectors for headers are there. $0.10 a piece compared to $0.23 a piece ($2.30 for the minimum order of 10) at jameco. also, shipping is flat $4. i use futurlec all the time, so far they have the lowest prices around for generic parts.

    edit: you need to buy pins for them too, at 60 cents for ten. still cheaper than jameco
     

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