Want to turn your phone or tablet into a storage dynamo? Of course you do -- you've got data! This 5" long cable has a micro USB male fitting at one end and a standard USB female connection at the other, which enables you to use a standard thumb drive on devices that only accept a micro USB. Transfer the 2,738 photos from the picnic off your phone or plug in your USB stick of Yanni music; an On-The-Go data necessity.
Tired of having to hold your old, worn test leads just so to make a connection? Then it's time to upgrade your test bench. Our each is a set of (4) 36" long test leads with 16AWG wire, and booted 3/4" alligator clips on each end. You'll get (1) each in red, black, white and yellow. Also handy for hanging photos in your darkroom and laundry when you run out of clothespins.
This 5-pin socket is already wired with 9" leads in black, red, white, yellow and blue to its quick-disconnect sockets, ready for your 1/4" or 7mm spade terminals. Housing is slotted so you can interlock them end to end. Measures 1-1/4" x 1-1/16" x 1" thick. Matches our 94746 relay.
You get (3) packs of Gardner Bender black heat-shrink tubing, at least (2) different, from our selection of 3/16", 3/8" and 3/4", all 4" long. This is the best way to keep your wires tidy and packed in, and watching that tube shrink into shape is worth the project alone.
These 0.1uF ceramic capacitors have potted radial leads of stranded wire and are rated for up to 250V. Measuring 1-1/2" x 1/2", these are older-type capacitors and are probably more for point-to-point wiring, not PCB mounting.
Since these springs come in packs of (12), and you get (3) packs, you'll get (36) of these little steel fuse holders. Each spring measures 5/16" OD x 7/32" thick with a 1-3/16" long leg off the end, so it looks like a tiny corncob pipe. Made to mount 1/4" dia fuses on a PC board, the (36) of them are pregnant with potential repurposes, like metallic millipede parts or mounts for putting candles on the side of a birthday cake so you don't ruin the message on top.
Time was, these were sticking through the trunk of every 1984 Taurus on the planet. Now the car phone is mostly a memory, but you can own the antennas for a song. These are passive, 13" long with the bottom 2-1/2" in a coil and a ferrite choke halfway up. Base has a 5/32" - 24 thread.
Once up on a time, when giants stalked the earth and there was no night baseball in Wrigley Field, car phones were the cuttingest-edgiest technology on the planet. Guess who has the antennas. These are passive antennas, 23-1/2" long x 1/16" dia on 1" dia (suctionless) rubber cups.with 5/16" dia copper discs inside. Perfect for giant insect sculptures or for gluing on your trunk and pretending it's 1983 all over again.
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