A pin header (or simply header) is a form of electrical connector. It consists of one or more rows of male pins typically spaced 2.54 millimetres (0.1 in) apart, but sometimes 2 millimetres (0.079 in) or 1.27 millimetres (0.05 in) is used as well. The distance between pins is commonly referred as pitch in the electronic community.
Description: Simple shrouded 10-pin connector. Good for preventing cable connection mishaps. Use f..
Description: A row of headers - break to fit. 40 pins that can be cut to any size. Used with custo..
Description: This 2x20 shrouded header has the same number and spacing of pins as the Raspberry Pi..
Description: These 0.1" spaced female headers are perfect for building your own Raspberry Pi add-on ..
DescriptionThree rows in a right angle header!? Yes! These chunks of 0.1" header has yet-..
Description:This kit includes 4 headers (2 8-pin and 2 6-pin), enough to connect a shield to an ..
These headers are made to work with the Arduino Main Board, Arduino Pro, and the Arduino Mega. ..
Use these to stack shields on your Arduino! These are standard 6-pin, 8-pin and 10-pin 0.1" spacin..
It’s a 2mm female socket which is considered as having the perfectly right size for fitting on..
Description: This 2x13 shrouded header has the same number and spacing of pins as the Raspberry Pi s..
Description:This is a strip of 10-pins male-female header pins which are used in the Arduino to ..
Description:This is a strip of 6-pins male-female header pins which are used in the Arduino to s..
Description:This is a strip of 8-pins male-female header pins which are used in the Arduino to s..