10PCs Testing Pin Hook

Rated 3.67 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

$2.20

SKU: CCO3524 Categories: , Tag:

Description

Note: You need to solder wires on the end of the testing hook by yourself. Dupont cable is reference only for usage.

This is the testing hook original used for logic analyzer, but  it is also possible to use for many other cases, it provides a really good way to let your testing tools to “involve” into your circuit for testing or debugging purpose. You can see how to use it from the attached pictures.

10PCs each kit, color including black, red, green, white and blue, each color has two pieces(yellow is not included ).

Usage: Push the back of the hook then the front small griper will come out. You need to solder the cable behind the hook.

Additional information

Weight 0.015 kg

6 reviews for 10PCs Testing Pin Hook

  1. Rated 2 out of 5

    J (verified owner)

    ** NO PINS ** In case someone else missed the end of the description (like I did), both the title and pictures are WRONG (as of May 2, 2014). It does not have pins at all (soldered or not). Yes, I can solder my own, but this was not what I purchased…

  2. Rated 3 out of 5

    Chao

    Hello J,

    How many pieces did you buy, if you need a refund please let us know via email info@electrodragon.com.

    You can also solder the dupont male pins directly to the back end, it works same.

    We found this problem a bit late, sorry some of these items are sold after our suppliers changed this item.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Alfius (verified owner)

    I’m fully satisfied 🙂

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    thiagoas (verified owner)

    Nice quality! Very useful to test circuits.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    steve.bromwich (verified owner)

    Much easier than tack soldering when trying to find a serial port on a new board, or uploading firmware.

  6. Rated 2 out of 5

    Jostikas (verified owner)

    You really should change the pictures and the name of this item, to remove the ones that show jumper pins coming out of the back, as well as remove the DuPont designator. As they currently are, they have NOTHING to do with neither duponts nor pins, except being able to grip them by the other end. Fixed mine with some header pins, but… meh.

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