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  • Great cable terminals

    posted by bradley90

    These are very nice terminals for circuit board projects or repairs. They are easy to work with and handle about 16amps at 300VAC. Ideal for operational amplifier power supplies or projects requiring +/- and signal ground.
    Some projects could benefit from a smaller terminal. Something in the 3amp range and with a 25VDC or 100VDC maximum voltage.
    Bottom line, for the money, these are awesome terminals. They can be ganged up for more connections and can be used on both AC and DC projects.
  • Makes life easy!

    posted by davemalcolm

    Very useful for when you've cut your LED strip and want to use multiple control units. Solderless connection is strong and tight, male pins fit perfectly into female jack. Wires are colour coded inside the main white cord so you can strip it and modify or extend the cord.
    The only thing that makes it male is the little male-male pins on one side. These should be for sale separately as well.
    I will be ordering more of these in bulk to keep in my kit. Best way to save money on multiple LED strip projects is buy 5m strips, cut them and use these to attached to control units.
  • Cheap USB connectors

    posted by GeeJiiZet

    Quite cheap with only about 0.12 USD a piece, but they work fine and can be soldered to any standard dot matrix prototyping circuit boards.
    There are no markings which pin is which (VCC, D+, D-, GND), so make sure to double check the pin layout from external resources.
    These are the standard female USB 2.0 sockets you see on computers. If you need to replace one or need some in your DIY projects, these are cheap and suitable for that. I can't vouch for their durability, though.
  • Good buttons for a low price

    posted by Bullback

    For 20 pieces they are really cheap, and I have till now still a lot of fun with them.
    The spec says that they are 1,4mm x 1,4mm this are the upper ring dimensions, NOT the actual hole to fit nice and tight!
    At this moment I don't use them a lot, so I don't know how long these buttons last.But they are nice little buttons for not so much money.
  • Excellent DYI vibe motors

    posted by thierrius

    - These give a very good vibe- excellent workmanship here, I always wonder how these can be made for this ridiculously low price.- soldering points have holes to attach wires if you don't want to permanently install the motor yet (very handy for DYI!)- excellent choice for Arduino projects and stuff.- silent yet you'll know when its on!
    If you want to make something that will give you a good attention seeking vibe, but without the noise, this is the one (well, two actually!) to buy.
    You will not find a better and cheaper vibe motor of this quality anywhere. Order 'm while you can!

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