A Simple Connector

I am looking for a Core cable connector thart is described as a small piece of aluminium and seems to be called a RS Pro type terminal, but does NOT appear in the Core product search.

This terminal is the male connector to Core PID 997. Can Anyone else help me with a cable connection from this to the Raspberry Pi breadboard, Please.


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Look, here is another example of YOUR stock that has 2 such connectors


Hi Andre,

Thanks for making a post :slight_smile:

These are spade terminals. They come in a few different sizes (usually 1/4" / 6.3mm). They’re most commonly used in DIY automotive wiring, and are readily available from automotive and hardware stores.

We do have these ones with alligator connectors though:

You’d need to check the size of the terminal on the product you’re looking at to see if they’ll suit your application.


Perfect. I knew it had to be easy, but communication and not knowing what it was called made it completely frustrating, but thanks Oliver.


this are called spade terminals and therefore you should be able to check on them

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The following cabling media types will be most commonly seen in LAN environments.

Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) …
Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) …
Multi-Mode Fiber (MMF) …
Single Mode Fiber (SMF) …
Registered Jack 45 (RJ45) …
Straight Tip (ST) …

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Cheers, a little outside the brief, but always good to know.

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