# Are these tiny connector pins standard?

I have the following connectors on a USB dongle (the ones on the left of DEBUG):

They are tiny (I put the dongle on an Arduino to show the differences with the typical ones I know)

Are they standard? And if so - is there a specific name for them which I could use to search a connector? (I clumsily tried to solder some cables instead but this is out of my soldering league)

• It looks like a pretty standard 0.05" pitch pin header. I use them daily. These may help ... – brhans Jan 6 '19 at 15:00
• There are also 2mm pitch and 1mm pitch pin headers. – Janka Jan 6 '19 at 15:10
• What is your goal here? If you read the manual for the TI CC-Debugger programmer that is intended to plug in there, you'll see listed in the package contents "1 x 10-pin flat cable with 2x5 1.27 mm connector". If you are designing your own product consider putting the few signals actually required on something compatible with a spring pin fixture and not just manual cable connection. – Chris Stratton Jan 6 '19 at 18:02
• They look like normal "header pins" or "dupont pins" to me. They are pretty standard across electronics like the Arduino, Pi, etc. You can buy male/female ones and cables too - at a low cost. Just search header/dupont cables on eBay or wherever. – QuickishFM Jan 6 '19 at 20:28
• @ChrisStratton: I just need to reflash the dongle via an Arduino (koenkk.github.io/zigbee2mqtt/information/…) and the physical connection is on the way. – WoJ Jan 7 '19 at 7:22