This part is the 3-pin connector used on the sensor boards to connect the 2- and 3-lead electrode connection cables; it is also used to interface the SnapBITs with the sensor and on accelerometer sensor board to connect the X & Y accelerometer axis breakout cable. The main advantage is the fact that these connectors are easy to solder and handle using standard equipment.
This part is the 3-pin wire & crimp pin housing used in the Molex Sherlock electrode connection cables. IMPORTANT: In general, crimp pins are required to fix the wires onto the plug.
1.20mm terminals used to lock wires in place on the 4-pin Molex Sherlock female socket (used in the sensor connection cables), and on the 3-pin Molex Sherlock female socket (used in the 2-lead and 3-lead electrode connection cable); this part can also be used to easily connect individual wires to individual pins on the 3- and 4-pin Molex Sherlock male plugs.
Whether you have a legacy BITalino device or just want to play around with your BITalino (r)evolution using "human-sized" wires and connectors then this is the cable for you, as it provides user-friendly crimping ability both to RJ plugs and Molex Sherlock crimps.
This convenient wire assembly enables easy access to the individual pins on the Sherlock 3- & 4-Pin sockets (e.g. for bread board setups) and also to the connector pin on the stainless steel pads (e.g. to connect to a Sherlock 3-Pin socket).