40 pin 15CM Jumper wire M/F

40 pin 15CM Jumper wire M/F Australia
40 pin 15CM Jumper wire M/F Australia
Product ID: LB-00161

$2.50

We have 50 units of the 40 pin 15CM Jumper wire M/F in stock at our Sydney warehouse.

If ordered before 2pm, this part would be delivered on or before Friday, Dec 21 to most parts of Australia.

We can get a further 1000 units.
If you order today we can dispatch this stock between Tuesday, Jan 01 and Friday, Jan 04 2019.

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40 pin 15CM Jumper wire M/F

Handy for making wire harnesses or jumpering between headers on PCB's. These premium jumper wires are 150mm long and come in a 'strip' of 40 (4 pieces of each of ten rainbow colors). They have 0.1" male / female header contacts on either end and fit cleanly next to each other on standard-pitch 0.1" (2.54mm) header. The best part is they come in a 40-pin ribbon cable. You can always pull the ribbon wires off to make individual jumpers, or keep them together to make neatly organized wire harnesses.

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