SparkFun Qwiic Cable Kit

  • Brand: Sparkfun
  • Product Code: KIT-15081
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  • R155.00 (price excl. VAT)


SparkFun Qwiic Cable Kit

The SparkFun Qwiic Connect System is constantly growing in popularity with makers. So to make it even easier to get started, SparkFun have assembled this Qwiic Cable Kit for everyone. If you aren't sure which Qwiic cable to use, this handy box includes all of them allowing you to save a little money and time! It has a little something for everyone.

The SparkFun Qwiic Cable Kit includes 10 cables of various lengths and styles that will get your Qwiic boards connected together, to a development platform, or to a breadboard. Each Qwiic Cable's wires have been color coded to red, black, blue and yellow with 1mm JST termination.

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Shipping List

  • 3 X Qwiic Cable - 50mm
  • 3 X Qwiic Cable - 100mm
  • 1 X Qwiic Cable - 200mm
  • 1 X Qwiic Cable - 500mm
  • 1 X Qwiic Cable - Breadboard Jumper (4-pin)
  • 1 X Qwiic Cable - Female Jumper (4-pin)


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