This 4-wire cable is a little over 200mm / 7.8″ long and fitted with JST-SH female 4-pin connectors on both ends. Compared with the chunkier JST-PH these are 1mm pitch instead of 2mm, but still have a nice latching feel, while being easy to insert and remove.
Check out all our STEMMA QT offerings here including a wide range of lengths and connectors
Now for the wee 50mm long!
This 4-wire cable is 50mm / 1.9″ long and fitted with JST SH female 4-pin connectors on both ends. Compared with the chunkier JST PH these are 1mm pitch instead of 2mm, but still have a nice latching feel, while being easy to insert and remove.
Last but not least, the JST SH 4-pin Cable with Alligator Clips!
This cable will make it super easy to use our plug-and-play STEMMA QT boards with boards like Circuit Playground. On one end you get a Qwiic / STEMMA QT connector (technically known as a JST SH 4-pin plug) into 4 individual wires with grippy alligator clips. We’re carrying these to match up with our boards or breakouts with ‘STEMMA QT’ connectors on them.
This cable has a JST SH 4-pin on one side and alligator clips on the other.
Black for GND
Red for V+ – For Qwiic boards, 3.3V. For STEMMA QT, 3 to 5V.
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