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How to join and connect two wires in one connector point professionaly in a high voltage PCB?

Regarding a HV (6KV) PCB design there is a part of the circuitry related to reed relay connection. I have chosen a HV relay (datasheet) with flying lead connection in order to separate physically LV ...
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Female to female jumper wires

Where are female to female jumper wires used? They only have provision to allow other wires to be plugged into so cannot be used on breadboards. So, practically, where are they used?
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What is the “socket” on Hirose DF13-series jumpers?

For this pre-crimped wire family with a "socket" at one or both ends: Hirose H*B**-101**-** with these mechanical drawings: All units expressed in mm. Here is ...
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Use lithium ion car jumpstarter to charge netbook? [closed]

I have a Gooloo car jump starter pack. https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B06X9R8QSY Can I use it to charge a small Gateway Nav50 netbook? What kind of adapter would I need? I suppose I could use ...
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Routing VCC with jumpers?

I'm trying to route a new VHF RF receiver (LO is 151MHz, RF is 162MHz). There's a pair of LC filters on this board, as well as a Si5351 oscillator and a crystal. From what I've read, an uninterrupted ...
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How to Indicate Bridged Solder Jumper for Production PCBA

If I would like to indicate to the PCBA manufacturer that a solder jumper position is to be "bridged" with a solder blob, what is the preferred way to indicate this? I have thought of the following ...
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SMD jumper vs current sense resistor

I need to use some sort of jumper to allow heavy current from terminal block to the relay pins: Dimensions shown in mm. I want to replace this trace with a jumper, preferably SMD. Going through ...
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Strange footprint labeled PJ## on laptop's motherboard

Today I came across a picture of a laptop motherboar (below). I noticed three strange looking small footprints, labelled PJ12, PJ36 and PJ37. The J may stand for jumper, and on the top left corner ...
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Jumper wire solution for short header pins /

I installed header pins that fit into a feather microcontroller, but since they are not double sided header pins, the top side is too short to attach normal jumper wires to. Is there some clean, non-...
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What component allows DIP to be connected with Dupont style jumper wires? [closed]

(sorry for the n00b/cringey question!) I've order an ADC chip and I realized upon receiving it that standard Dupont style jumper wires don't fit on standard integrated chips pins. I was wondering if ...
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Is there a better way to jumper 3 terminals together?

I can't find terminal block jumpers for sets of 3 and 5 terminals, just 10 and 2. So I took some 2-terminal jumpers and tried to accomplish what I needed to do but it looks unsightly and seems likely ...
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Locking header jumper

I want to implement a 3-header jumper setup in order to switch a microcontroller between two video modes on a PCB. I don't want to use just a standard switch as it doesn't seem appropriate for a ...
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MPU-9150 (IMU) AD0 address change

I have an MPU-9150 which uses I2C address 0x68 by default, but I'd like it to use address 0x69. This is possible by desoldering the 3-way AD0 "Jumper" on the breakout board. By default there are 3 ...
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Proteus ARES PCB - How do I wire a link pad to some component pad?

I'm designing a single side pcb, due to trail's density, I decided to use link wires in order to avoid overlap, but when I started routing, the software didn't allow me to connect any wire to link's ...
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What switch would replace a series of 6 pins linked by jumpers?

I've bought a small electronics kit - a function generator which produces a 1kHz signal in various waveshapes - square, sine, triangle and integrator. It's a basic kit on a single PCB (555 timer based)...
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Extending header pins

I have to access the 'small' part of soldered header pins. Female jumpers cannot be placed there as the small part is too small. So i thought extending the small part of the header pins so they can ...
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What's the right way to connect two exposed pins from a board to BNC?

For an ADC evaluation board like this one, where signals go in through exposed pins, I'd like to have the signals come from a BNC cable (or SMA). However, I'm concerned about noise. What's the right ...
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Which jumper wire to use to connect MSP430F5529 with a breadboard?

Which type of jumper wires will I need in order to connect this MSP430 to a breadboard to build simple circuits? Are all jumper wires equal or is there special ones to supply power vs. those used for ...
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FT232RL USB to serial : 5V or 3.3V set by jumper

I've just bought a cheap FT232RL USB To serial adapter (EAN: 0680004529143). It does not come with a manual and the short description simply mention: USB power supply, can choose 5V or 3.3V ,set by ...
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How to use DIN rail jumpers

I just discovered DIN rails for industrial kinds of loads (10's of amps). I'm using these parts, and am wondering whether I should jump on both sides. It seems like more connections would mean lower ...
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PCB wire connectors

I wonder why I am absolutely unable to find this kind of wire/connector on DigiKey. I can find easily the socket/header that is to be soldered on the PCB. But when it comes to a set of wires I can ...
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jumper wires better for VCC or ground?

I'm trying to route 10 DIP ICs on a single-sided PCB, but because of my available pcb space, I cannot fit all 10 ICs in one single row. Instead, I lined them up in three rows. It seems that if I ...
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how to identify the male-female and female-male jumper wires?

I know it is a basic question but still I am confused , I wanted to use the female-male jumper wires on my basic electronic project ,So my question is how Can I identify which is female-male or male-...
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How to add part in eagle board that doesn't have corresponded in the schematic “jumpers”?

I am using Eagle to design single side board and I want to use smd jumpers to connect between some points. So basicly I don't want to add those smd jumpers as a component to the circuit in the ...
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What kind of jumper wires are used with a breadboard?

What kind of jumper wires should I get for electronics and a breadboard? There are female to female, male to female, female to female with headers. I don't know what to get. Just hookup wire?
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Fix broken jumper wire [closed]

Comes with the Arduino Uno As you can see, it may require soldering. I don't have soldering experience but am receiving a soldering iron soon. Could you explain how this would need to be soldered if ...
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PCB Assembly: Specifying Jumper Configuration For Assembly House

I want to send a board off for fab + assembly soon which will include various jumpers in 2 or 3 pin configurations. For example, see this picture below (sorry about quality). I'd like to specify the ...
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Is there a frequency at which jumpers start to become a problem?

Pin header jumpers (like these) can be used to make optional connections between parts. I would expect at certain frequencies that the these kind of parts become primarily reactive (the imaginary ...
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Defining wire jumper inside IC in software

Since I'm using Eagle to try to form a single-sided PCB and the autorouter completed my circuit by 99% (2 airwires to go), I thought of constructing my circuit so that I insert a flat jumper wire ...
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Best way to solder connections between header posts?

I have a project that uses about 200 solderless jumper wires connecting header posts from one circuit board to the next. Now that the whole thing works, I want to ditch the "temporary" connections in ...
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How to attach a jumper wire to rotary encoder pins?

I need to attach a rotary encoder to an arduino. The rotary encoder has 3 metal prongs that I need to attach wires to. This picture explains exactly what I need: What type of wire attachment is that?...
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Are low ESR SMD capacitors with jumper wires between their legs and the circuit OK?

I have a board with two super low ESR SMD electrolytic capacitors which came off the switching power supply of a notebook motherboard. The legs of the capacitor are still soldered on the board. One of ...
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Transit between RS485 and CAN

I have two transceivers, one for CAN and one for RS485, and both are isolated. Both standards require 3 wires (two differential pairs and one common GND). I am trying to use one termination connector ...
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What is a jumper? [closed]

I have solved the circle problem, but now have another. What is a jumper, and how should it be plugged into D7, D8, D9 and D10? I can't find them in the list of materials, I don't know what they look ...
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Should on board jumper wires be solid or stranded considering integrity of the signal & noise?

According to me stranded wire is good for carrying power(e.g. Vcc) but for carrying signal(e.g. 100MHz I2C traffic) I feel they create noise & since different strands might have some phase ...
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Is there any junction, or branch element for jumper cables?

I would like to create circuits using jumper cables. I have male-female, male-male, and female-female jumper cables too. But I cant find any branching cable on ebay. What should I use, to create ...
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jumper pins on arduino board

I have an arduino board but the jumper pins are seperate from the board itself. Q: How should I attach this? solder? glue? I dont want to make a mess and have the solder drops touch each other pins.
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Jumper or resistor?

I have in my BOM (Bill of materials) the following component CR21- 000-T and in the datasheet of the component : CR, CJ series is specified CR21 series as 0805 resistor. But the 000 is specified as ...
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10A/115V Jumper

What component would you use for a 10A/115V jumper header (I need the user to be able to choose among a few power settings)? I have relatively small space on the PCB and I am also trying to be ...
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How to safely power on evaluation board?

I just got an Atmel XMEGA-A1 Xplained evaluation board and I'm trying to get started, but the documentation is a bit confusing to me. Page 6 Section 4 has this warning. Do not power the board ...
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What is the IEC 60617 schematic symbol for jumper and test point?

What is the IEC 60617 schematic symbol for jumper and test point? I have tried to find it in the official standards but it seems not to be defined explicitly.
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Where can I buy or how can I make high quality jumper cables?

The jumper cables in my possession are all so stiff and seem cheaply made. The connectors fall apart and its frustrating. The jumper cable is such a simple but critical component - how/where can I ...
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Does the color of Jumper cables matter?

Does the color of jumper cables in a circuit matter? I'm starting out with Arduino and can't get it to work at all with a breadboard! I'm thinking it's something simple like this! I know Black is ...
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What is max current for goldpin connectors? [closed]

I'm designing a circuit which consists of two blocks on the same PCB. For testing I'd like to have an option of bypassing the second block and connect the first one to the output. The standard ...
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Cable for transmitting 4MHz 3V3 signal

I am building a device on breadboard where there are 2 ICs: a microcontroller and some auxillary IC, they should communicate via SPI with a 4 MHz clock. Because I don't have enough place on my ...
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Connecting jumper to input pin

I am designing an active high function in my MCU program and I need a jumper to activate/deactivate the function by placing it between Vcc and one input pin of the MCU. I have came up with two ...
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How to do Jumperless Jumpers?

Is there a way to do "jumpers" without actually using a jumper connector on a PCB? Ideally just using holes or pads. For example, one idea for doing it is to use pads on the edge of a PCB then using ...
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Does a pin jumper adds noise?

When designing a PCB, is it sensible to use a pin jumper in the pathway of a small current signal (around 0.8 uA) or could there be issues with noise? I would use the jumper to select between ...
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Anybody know what this DB25 jumper connection is called?

I'm in the process of motorizing a few electronics project. Been racking my brains with Google and Mouser trying to identify the following part that is connected to a DB25 connector. It looks like ...
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Fattening metallic ends of jump wires

I am trying to fit a umo wire into a ac power transformer. Turns out the jumper wire is just a little too thin. Any practical ideas on how to fatten them? I considered dipping them into molten solder....