I have purchased "dupont" connectors on Ebay that crimp onto a wire. They look like this:
I'm tired of waiting weeks for these things to ship from China so I would like to purchase these from Mouser but I don't know what they're called or how to identify them on mouser's website. They are the standard rectangular wire terminal that is normally used to slip into a 2.54mm housing but I just use them without the housing because then slip snugly only standard header pins. Can someone tell me how to find these on Mouser?
I just wanted to follow up on this because, as stated by The Photon, there are different varieties of contacts that are IMO quite significant.
Regarding the above image:
On the left is a "dupont" connector from China via Ebay. Its contacts are slim and form a sleeve that holds header pin squarely. This limits wobble to one axis.
On the right is TE Connectivity 1-104480-2. Its contacts pinch the pin with two fingers. This allows wobble on both axis. And I can guess that the surface area of contact is less. It also has a spur that useless and potentially annoying when used without a housing.
So unfortunately I still have not successfully identified the correct part and as such I have reset this question as unanswered.