non-shunting jumpers?

brian at brian at
Thu Oct 22 16:30:36 CDT 2020

that's a thought, thanks. This is 2x3. That could work.
I may end up just clipping off the pins!


On Thu, Oct 22, 2020 at 11:35 AM Richard Cini <rich.cini at> wrote:

> I have not seen a cover but how about an empty header shell. I forget if
> they're called C-Grid but it's the ones you have to crimp pins and insert
> into the shell. I have those "in stock" but usually not bigger than 2x13,
> but if I wanted to protect something, that's what I'd grab off my shelf.
> On 10/22/20, 2:31 PM, "cctalk on behalf of brian--- via cctalk" <
> cctalk-bounces at on behalf of cctalk at> wrote:
>     Hi all,
>     Oddball question here: has anyone ever seen a way to cap off or protect
>     standard 0.1" pin header jumpers? Maybe there exist jumper plugs that
> *don't
>     *conduct across the two pins? I'm looking at a piece of hardware that
> has
>     some jumper pins on top of the PC board and I'd like to protect against
>     anything accidentally making contact.  I have seen surface mount 0.05
> pitch
>     pin headers come from their manufacturer with protective caps, but I
>     haven't been able to find anything to apply to 0.1" pin headers that I
>     could by aftermarket.
>     Any ideas would be appreciated!
>     thanks
>     brian

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