Good day all,
I have LEDS soldered to 0.1mm copper wire. I would like to find a solution to be able to connect said copper wire to the arduino but with no solder. for bigger wire i'd go with dupont wire but with such a thin wire I'm not sure what my options are !
Wire wrapping got us to the moon and still worked 50 years later. It's a solid solution and safe for almost any age group.
Apollo Guidance Computer's backplane
you can find many other pictures online ➜ Apollo Guidance Computer: Dipstiks and reverse engineering the core rope simulator
I recognize that picture.
That's from the restoration project. A fantastic use of many hours to watch the entire thing.
Thank you all for your replies. If it was for me I don't mind solder / wire wrapping, but I intend on selling my project to people who do not necessary have that kind of skills.
Could screw shield for pcb be an option ? (insert the copper wire inside the screw shield then using a screw tighten it ?)
Sure, but you'll have to solder the screw terminals to the PCB so you're kind of back at the beginning.
Wonderful ! The idea is for the customer not to have to solder but for me that's not a problem ! So i'll just solder the screw terminal and the customer only have a plug and play type of connection: works for me !
EDIT: I'm using a 36 AWG wire (0.12mm) which is too small i'm afraid for screw terminal ....
Switch to pluggable jumpers.
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