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'[EE]: Female headers?'
2002\04\12@124750 by Colin Constant

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I need to stick two boards together, edge to edge, both horizontal, in the same
plane.

Seems the simplest would be right angle headers to right angle female headers,
if there is such a thing.
I only need about eight lines.

Thanks all,
Colin

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2002\04\12@130652 by uter van ooijen & floortje hanneman

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> Seems the simplest would be right angle headers to right angle female
headers,
> if there is such a thing.
> I only need about eight lines.

So the question is?

Right angle pin strip headers (male and female) are available from various
sources. Alternatives: crip DIP headers & sockets, card-edge fitted sub-D
connectors, etc.

Wouter van Ooijen
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2002\04\12@130850 by SHAWN

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I can think of a few possible solutions:

1) Digikey, etc. has a large selection of connectors, including what you are
looking for
2) If you only need 1 set, buy a header/socket set with long solder tails
and bend the tails to
   the required 90 degrees.
3) Mount a header on one board and a wired connector on the other, allowing
you to
   plug/unplug the boards.
4) Headers on both boards, with adjoining cable, or
5) Hardwire the two boards

Shawn

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2002\04\12@131731 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 11:11 AM 4/12/02 -0600, you wrote:
>I can think of a few possible solutions:
>
>1) Digikey, etc. has a large selection of connectors, including what you are
>looking for
>2) If you only need 1 set, buy a header/socket set with long solder tails
>and bend the tails to
>     the required 90 degrees.
>3) Mount a header on one board and a wired connector on the other, allowing
>you to
>     plug/unplug the boards.
>4) Headers on both boards, with adjoining cable, or
>5) Hardwire the two boards

Flat cable, stripped with 0.1" pitch. Very cheap if you buy enough of them
and quite tolerant of board misalignment. Be very careful of rigid arrangements
of boards and connectors, they can have reliability problems if there is
not enough mechanical "float" built in.

Best regards,

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