Glideforce Series, Jumper Wire

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JUMPER WIRE M TO F 6" 28AWG
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IP65 - Dust Tight, Water Resistant
12VDC
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-25°C ~ 65°C
Cable with Connector
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Linear Actuator
Brushed
Ball Screw
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20
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1011.64lbf (4500.0N)
25%
562.02lbf (2500.0N)
Glideforce
18.000" (457.20mm)
0.66 in/s (16.8 mm/s)

About  Jumper Wire

The jumper wire family comprises products that are commonly used in hobby or development contexts, specifically those involving solderless breadboards and interconnect systems based on the widely-used 0.1" (2.54 mm) pitch square contact rectangular connectors. These products offer a convenient and flexible means of creating custom electronic circuits without the need for soldering. The family includes a diverse range of products such as multi-conductor cables with single or multi-position connectors, insulated wires with pre-stripped and bent ends for breadboarding use, and assortments of wires in varying lengths and colors. This variety of products allows for easy customization and adaptation to different circuit designs and requirements. The primary function of these products is to facilitate the creation of electronic circuits on breadboards or other interconnect systems. The pre-stripped and bent ends of the insulated wires make them easy to use and provide a secure connection to the breadboard or connector. The multi-conductor cables with connectors provide a more permanent and robust solution for connecting components to a circuit. These products are widely used by hobbyists, students, and engineers in prototyping and development projects. Their flexibility and ease of use make them an essential tool for creating and testing electronic circuits in a variety of applications. In summary, the jumper wire family offers a range of products that enable the easy creation of electronic circuits using solderless breadboards and interconnect systems. The variety of products available allows for customization and adaptation to different circuit designs and applications, making them a popular choice for hobbyists, students, and engineers in prototyping and development projects.