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NEW PRODUCT – 4-pin JST SM Plug Cable

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NEW PRODUCT – 4-pin JST SM Plug Cable. This 4-wire cable is 20cm long and has a JST SM type connector plug on the end. It mates with the JST SM receptacle cable and is good for whenever you have 4 wires you want to be able to plug and unplug. We like the solid and compact nature of these connectors and the latch that keeps the cable from coming apart easily. For more information, check the JST SM connector datasheet.

Our digital addressable LED strip and 12mm pixels also come with JST SM connectors and you can use these cables to connect to the input or output port

This cable can be used to connect to the INPUT port of our LPD8806 digital addressable LED strip (so that you can easily plug it into your Arduino or similar. It can be used to connect to the OUTPUT port of our WS2801 LED Pixels so that you can connect another strand to the output, or perhaps apply power to the ‘output’ end.

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