This is the USB-A Male Plug to 5-pin Terminal Block. If you need to connect to a device with a USB Jack, maybe make your own USB stick or custom cable of sorts - this adapter will come in handy! No soldering required. Just use a small screwdriver to open up the terminal blocks, slide in your stranded or solid-core wire, and re-tighten.
The terminal block itself is removable from the body. It's more durable than soldering wires onto a connector and all the pins are labeled, which is really nice because we keep forgetting the order. The 5th pin is for the Sleeve of the connector.
Screw Terminal Connector Brick
This electronic brick has two ends. One end is a grove interface for connecting to the boards; the other end is a screw terminal for connecting to the modules that have..
RJ45 to RS485 Terminal A=PIN4 B=PIN5
If you need to connect an RJ45 cable (Ethernet) to a board, this adapter will come in very handy. No soldering required. Just use a slim screwdriver to open up th..