I wanted to know how safe are connections made with dupont jumper cables? My project is an arduino gas sensor with MQ6 module.
MQ6 module is placed in kitchen near the gas hob and the arduino is in the adjacent room. MQ6 module and arduino is connected via a 4 wire telephone cable with dupont jumper cables soldered on their ends.
Would the jumper connections create a tiny arc or spark when it triggers causing the gas to ignite in case of a leakage? :confused: Should I remove the jumper pins and solder the wires directly to the MQ6 board instead?