40 Pin Break-Away Male Headers - Right Angle - RA - 0.1" Pitch

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40 Pin Break-Away Male Headers - Right Angle - 0.1″ Pitch

A row of right angle male headers - simply snap to fit, 40 pins that can be cut to any size.
Highly versatile and can be used with custom PCBs or as general custom headers.


  • Current Rating: 3A
  • Withstanding Voltage: 1000V AC RMS
  • Contact Resistance: 20 Milliohms Max.
  • Insulation Resistance: 1000 Megaohms Max.
  • Operating Temperature: -55 ~ +105 °C
  • Housing Material: PBT (UL94V-0)
  • Housing Colour: Black
  • Contacts: Gold Plated Copper Alloys
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Pin Style: Square Pins
  • Number of Pins: 40
  • Pin Spacing: 0.1" (2.54 mm)

Right-Angle Header Dimensions:

Right Angle Header Dimensions

Recommended PCB Land Pattern:

Right Angle Break Away Header, Recommended PCB Land Pattern

dimensions are in mm


How to break them:

Breakaway Header Pin Snapping Tool
Why not use our new pin snapper tool?

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5 Reviews

  • 5
    Title of review 935

    Posted by Roger Marshall on 5th May 2017

    Does what it says on the tin.

  • 5
    Title of review 934

    Posted by David Hodg on 3rd Mar 2015

    Worked as expected.

  • 5
    Title of review 933

    Posted by Colin on 24th Sep 2014

    Nice product, handy for use in restricted areas. breakaway just great.

  • 5
    Title of review 932

    Posted by Tim Banks on 29th Apr 2014

    This is not the intended use, but by pushing the plastic separator close to the angle, both legs becomes 7mm long - suitable for insertion into headers, so they can act as perfect extensions to female headers which bring the (now male) pins out to the sid

  • 5
    Title of review 931

    Posted by Chris on 10th Feb 2014

    I've tried to botch some straight break away headers but they are too short.I used these right angle headers for connecting a stepper motor to a driver board which is in a stack. Using a crimp connector is a lot quicker then unscrewing a screw terminal.

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