GP2Y0D340K IR Sensor Cable?

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GP2Y0D340K IR Sensor Cable?

Postby redbrickhat » Sat, 04 Feb 2006 04:52:16 GMT

I'm trying to connect a Sharp GP2Y0D340K IR Sensor to a solderless
breadboard. The GP2Y0D340K module has 5 short pins spaced 0.1" apart.

I tried connecting the module to a Molex KK Series 0.1" pitch header so
I could add crimped pins, but the module's pins were too short and not
thick enough to fit the header.

I would like something similar to the special 3-pin cable for the Sharp
GP2D120 IR Sensor.

And if I can't find a header for the GP2Y0D340K, I will try
wire-wrapping.

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

Thank you.


Re: GP2Y0D340K IR Sensor Cable?

Postby Bob Monsen » Sat, 04 Feb 2006 10:22:52 GMT




These are JST connectors. You can get them from 'acroname.com'. I'm sure
you can get them elsewhere as well, but acroname has them connected to
wires. Not cheap, but not too bad.

 http://www.**--****.com/ 

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Regards,
  Bob Monsen

"In the struggle for survival, the fittest win out at the expense of
their rivals because they succeed in adapting themselves best to their
environment."
 -- Charles Darwin


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