NEW PROTOTYPE: Premium Make Your Own Keyed Cable Kit

Posted on Thursday, May 29th, 2014 in components, OOMP, Prototypes by DP


How often have you been caught without the right cables? You can salvage an old ugly one from somewhere, or make a last minute part order that delays your project. Never again! The Premium Make Your Own Keyed Cable Kit from Dangerous Prototypes contains enough housing and sockets to make an (almost) lifetime supply of cables.

Choose the connector, or combination of connectors, that best fit your project. Slide the pre-crimped rainbow ribbon cable into the connector until you hear a snap. Now you’re ready to go!
This cable cornucopia contains keyed connectors, meaning the cable can only be attached one way. Connect without fear of short circuits or reversed polarity!

2.54 mm (0.1″) Keyed Crimp Housings:
2, 3 Pin x30 pieces each
4, 5, 6, 8, 10 Pin x20 pieces each
12, 16, 20 Pin x10 pieces each

2.54 mm (0.1″) Keyed Crimp Connectors:
2, 3 Pin x30 pieces each
4, 5, 6, 8, 10 Pin x20 pieces each
12, 16, 20 Pin x10 pieces each

Pre-crimped Cables:
100 mm x2 with crimps
200 mm x2 with crimps
300 mm x2 with crimps
40 Wire, 16 gauge
10 Colors (brown, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, grey, white, black)

Bonus gear:
A practical tray to organize the parts on a shelf

What is OOMP?
Premium Cable Kit is part of the Open Organization Method for Parts. A project to help your workshop have the right parts available, right now. What to know more? See our expanding universe at OOMP.

You can get the Keyed Cable Kit for $50  at Seeed.

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