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Male to Female jumper wires (20cm) (20pcs)

Male to Female jumper wires (20cm) (20pcs)

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  • These are Male to Female jumper wires (20cm)  (20pcs)
  • Male to female jumper wires are used for easy and convenient interconnection between components in electronic prototyping and testing projects, without the need for soldering.
  • They come in groups or cables with connectors or pins at each end and can connect FRC pins, Header pins, Berg pins, and other components.
  • Their easy plug-and-play design allows for efficient troubleshooting and design refinement before making a final, permanent connection.
  • Applications of male to female jumper wires include Raspberry Pi, Arduino, PCB projects, and breadboard connections.

Male to Female jumper wires (20cm)  (20pcs)

Male to female jumper wires are an essential component for any electronic prototyping and testing project. They allow for easy and convenient interconnection between components without the need for soldering. These jumper wires male to female come in groups or cables with connectors or pins at each end and are commonly used for connecting FRC pins, Header pins, Berg pins, and other components.

The male to female jumper wires, in particular, have a male pin on one end and a female connector on the other, making them suitable for a wide range of projects that require connecting components with different types of pins or connectors. One popular use for these jumper wires is with microcontrollers such as the Arduino. These boards have a series of pins that control various components and sensors, and with the help of male to female jumper wires, these pins can easily be connected to other components on a breadboard or in a circuit.

In addition to Arduino projects, male to female jumper wires are also useful for connecting components on a PCB project or a PC motherboard. Their easy plug-and-play design makes it possible to test different component configurations quickly without the need for permanent connections. This male to female wire allows for efficient troubleshooting and design refinement before making a final, permanent connection.

Say goodbye to messy wires and complex setups. Switch to Robocraze's jumper wires male to female today and open up endless possibilities for prototyping. Robocraze offers the best price for jumper wires. So, buy male to female jumper wires now from Robocraze and say hello to easy connections between your components.

Applications:

  • Raspberry Pi
  • Arduino
  • PCB projects
  • Breadboard connections

Package Includes:

  • 20 x F2M Jumper Wire

Specifications

Connector Type  Female to Male Jumper Wire
Length of wire  20cms 
Number of wires  20 
Dimensions  5 x 4 x 3cms 
Weight  50 grams

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1. What is female to male jumper wires?

  • The difference between them is in the wire's endpoint. Male ends have a protruding pin and can plug into things, whereas female ends do not and must be plugged into.

2. What is the purpose of jumper wires?

  • Jumper wires are electrical cables that have connector pins on both ends. They are used to join two points in a circuit without using solder. Jumper wires can be used to modify a circuit or to diagnose problems in a circuit.

3. Are all jumper wires the same?

  • There are various types of jumper wires. Some have the same type of electrical connector at both ends, while others do not. Some examples of common connectors are: Solid tips are used to connect to and from a breadboard or female header connector.

4. What is the difference between a male and female wire?

  • A male connector, also known as a plug, has a solid pin for a center conductor. A female connector, also known as a jack, has a center conductor with a hole in it to accept the male pin.

5. Why do you need jumper cables in Arduino?

  • Jumper wires are used to connect items on your breadboard to the header pins on your Arduino. We will use them to connect all of our circuits

6. How many types of jumper wires are there?

There are three types of Jumper wires are available

  • Male-to-male jumper wires
  • Male-to-female jumper wires
  • Female-to-female jumper wires.

7. What is the maximum voltage for jumper wire?

The maximum voltage for a jumper wire, specifically in the case of a 2 AWG jumper cable, is approximately 35,000 volts or 35 kV. This is based on the cable's ability to handle a maximum ampacity of 165 Amps at that voltage level. However, it's crucial to note that this information is specific to the described jumper cable size and its intended use case.
 

8. Is positive red or black in a jumper wire?

In jumper wires, red usually means positive, and black means negative. This helps make sure connections are right and avoids mix-ups.
 

9. Why are jumper cables color coded?

Jumper cables are color-coded to differentiate between positive and negative terminals, ensuring safe and correct connections when jump-starting vehicles or working with electrical systems. This color scheme helps prevent accidental reversals, which could lead to damage or injury.