Male Crimp Pins for 0.1″ Housings (100-Pack)

(5 customer reviews)

£7.84 inc VAT

Availability: 200 in stock

Brand: Pololu
Part Number: 1931
Barcode: 5055421023720
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Male Crimp Pins for 0.1″ Housings – Pololu 1931

These male crimp pins can be crimped on 22-28AWG wires to create custom cables that are compatible with 0.1″ pitch headers and solderless breadboards. There may be some issues with fitting 22 AWG wires with thick insulation into the pins. These male pins are sold in packs of 100.

Wire Gauge: 22-28 AWG

Recommended Hardware for Crimp Pins:

Crimping pins of this size onto wires can be a tricky and time-consuming task. For efficiency and ease of use consider one of the crimping tools we stock.

Crimping Tool

Crimp Pin Dimensions:

All dimensions are in mm.

0.1

Crimping Tutorial Video:

5 reviews for Male Crimp Pins for 0.1″ Housings (100-Pack)

  1. David Ness

    Does exactly what you would think! Combined with the “Crimp Connector Housing” & and the ratchet crimping tool these are fantastic for making up your own cables… handy for keeping things tidy on a project.

  2. Chris

    These things along with the crimping tool make life so much easier when trying to make up some jumper cables in a strange length! No worries about the quality which is superb. Far better than some that I have used in the past.

  3. Erik

    I was surprised about the quality of these connectors. I ordered at the same time some of them in China expecting no difference but the price.BUT… to my surprise these connectors from Polulu are of *much* better quality! They have a better fit in the h

  4. Andrew Gif

    These are excellent to crimp, they are easy to handle as they are still attached to the strip

  5. Richard

    We sell a fantastic crimping tool that is designed for and works very well with these crimps. – PPPOL1928.Also, for an extra tip, if you need to make up a few wires at once, leave the crimps on the metal sprue until you have made the first crimp onto the

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