Easy to use tools to extract terminal pins from JST connectors. (Includes both 2.50mm and 3.96mm pitch tools)Designed by The Shop Dog, Ships from United States of America
What is it? Terminal Pin Extractor Remover Tools for JST Connectors. Designed to work with connectors of any number pin positions. Note: Often the pitch is incorrectly listed on the Internet as bei...Read More…
Terminal Pin Extractor Remover Tools for JST Connectors. Designed to work with connectors of any number pin positions. Note: Often the pitch is incorrectly listed on the Internet as being slightly different than described in the Datasheets. For example the JST-XH connector pitch is often listed as 2.54mm when actually it is 2.50mm. The slight difference is not significant with regard to these tools.
I GOT TIRED OF POKING AND GOUGING EACH TERMINAL PIN AND INFLICTING DAMAGE TO THE TERMINAL AND BLOOD ON THE WORK-BENCH. SO... I DECIDED TO DESIGN AND MAKE AN ACCEPTABLE SOLUTION THAT IS QUICK, EASY TO USE AND PREVENTS DAMAGE.
Easy to use and prevents damage to the connector, terminal pin, and yourself. It is designed to be used on connectors with any number of terminal pins.
DESIGN UPGRADE I have upgraded the design of both the JST-XH and JST-VH Extractors to accommodate the "clone" connectors being sold that do not exactly follow the specification of the datasheets from JST company.
I have noticed that some "knock-off" terminals have various "crimp profiles" on the Latch part of the terminal that do not match the straight and flat design displayed in the JST datasheets.
Usage Technique: I found that after inserting the connector applying slight tugging to the wires while applying slight squeeze/release pressures to the connector will reliably release the Terminal Pins.
Please watch the the following quick usage videos... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Iv3tq62Mac and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEGAovEmVBw
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Calvin | March 24, 2018
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