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Molex connector and crimp pins 3.96mm pitch spacing
Molex connector and crimp pins 3.96mm pitch spacing
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4 Pin Female Molex Connector with Crimp Pins
$3.50
Introduction:

We use this connector with our 2.5 amp stepper motor driver that is used to drive 3D Printers. Our standard 4 conductor cable is perfect for this connector. The crimp pins can be used with wire sizes between 18-24 gauge (AWG). The pitch (spacing between pins) is 3.96mm or .155 inches.

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