Premium Male/Male Jumper Wires - 40 x 6 (150mm)

Premium Male/Male Jumper Wires - 40 x 6 (150mm) Australia
Premium Male/Male Jumper Wires - 40 x 6 (150mm) Australia Premium Male/Male Jumper Wires - 40 x 6 (150mm) Australia Premium Male/Male Jumper Wires - 40 x 6 (150mm) Australia Premium Male/Male Jumper Wires - 40 x 6 (150mm) Australia
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$6.32

We have 57 units of the Premium Male/Male Jumper Wires - 40 x 6 (150mm) in stock at our Sydney warehouse.

If ordered before 2pm, this part would be delivered on or before Friday, Nov 23 to most parts of Australia.

We can get a further 100 units from Adafruit Australia.
If you order today we can dispatch this stock between Monday, Nov 26 and Thursday, Nov 29 2018.

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Adafruit's Description of the Premium Male/Male Jumper Wires - 40 x 6 (150mm)

Description

Handy for making wire harnesses or jumpering between headers on PCB's. These premium jumper wires are 6" (150mm) long and come in a 'strip' of 40 (4 pieces of each of ten rainbow colors). They have 0.1" male 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.

We have these in three handy lengths: 3"/75mm, 6"/160mm and 12"/300mm. If you want the female/female type, we have those too!

Note: The length of the jumper wires is sometimes a bit longer than what is listed.

For best results, when plugging these in a line, have the sides with the 'silver latch bit' sticking out since that side is a tiny bit wider than 0.1"

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