NEW PRODUCT – 10-pin 2×5 Socket-Socket 1.27mm IDC (SWD) Cable – 150mm long
NEW PRODUCT – 10-pin 2×5 Socket-Socket 1.27mm IDC (SWD) Cable – 150mm long. These little cables are handy when programming or debugging a tiny board that uses 10-pin 1.27mm (0.05″) pitch SWD programming connectors. We see these connectors often on ARM Cortex dev kits, and have a few handy in our ARM-dev box. We thought you may want a backup cable as well, so now they are in the Adafruit shop!
One cable per order. The ribbon cable is 0.06mm/0.025″ pitch and the connector is a 1.27mm (0.05″) pitch 2×5 box. These are not for use with programming most AVRs or other large devices that have 0.1″ pitch connectors so be aware which you need!
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