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Tiny JST Connectors Diagrams
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I got these small connectors diagrams from our FB group, and here is a tiny connector chart for easier look up
Please upload diagrams if there are missing ones (use attachment uploads to keep original resolution)

Nano JST (JST-SH)
Molex Pico Blade
Micro JST (JST-ZH)
JST-XH






5-pin JST-SH



JST-GH - lumenier camera and VTX connector









LOSI (or as known as Walkera connectors)



Coax cables - U.FL for RX/VTX



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#2
Oscar....Thank you for sharing!  I was just thinking the other day that it would be nice to have a resource to look up connectors and what would be appropriate for different purposes.  The regular jst's are just too big sometimes.  Great post!! Big Grin
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#3
This is fantastic, thank you Oscar!
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It took me a long time to figure out. The new X4R-SB (both bare and normal) have these MHF4 connectors since July 2016. All older Frsky rx, like the D4R-II and the (older) X4R have the bigger connector.
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#5
hello,
could you post something about cc3d and APM connector types?
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#6
Great resource this, just wanted to post to make it easier to find.

search aid :
different battery connectors
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#7
Thank you for posting... Helped me in ordering the right cable... Do you think it is worth trying to resolder a broken off SH1 on a flight controller?
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(22-Sep-2017, 10:36 PM)KiwiLoris Wrote: Thank you for posting... Helped me in ordering the right cable... Do you think it is worth trying to resolder a broken off SH1 on a flight controller?

If you have a new connector and the right kind of tip for your soldering iron, it shouldn't be too hard.
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#9
Have been looking for this!

Thank you!
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#10
Thankyou for this post Oscar ! is it even possible to krimp these (picoblade) small connectors by your self ?
would like to, because these are mostly used on FPV cameras, and sometimes the supplied cable
is made from vinyl instead of silicon isolation, already have a selection of 30 AWG wire.
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(15-Nov-2017, 03:14 AM)EJvdB_fpv Wrote: Thankyou for this post Oscar ! is it even possible to krimp these (picoblade) small connectors by your self ?
would like to, because these are mostly used on FPV cameras, and sometimes the supplied cable
is made from vinyl instead of silicon isolation, already have a selection of 30 AWG wire.

It is quite possible!

You need:

A high quality crimp tool.
Excellent eyesight.

I use the Engineer PA-09 crimp tool from Japan: http://www.engineer.jp/en/products/pa09e.html

While not exactly cheap, the precision that this tool is made with makes all the difference when it comes to crimping these microscopic connectors. Cheap tools just don't work properly on something this small.
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(15-Nov-2017, 10:44 AM)unseen Wrote: It is quite possible!

You need:

A high quality crimp tool.
Excellent eyesight.

I use the Engineer PA-09 crimp tool from Japan: http://www.engineer.jp/en/products/pa09e.html

While not exactly cheap, the precision that this tool is made with makes all the difference when it comes to crimping these microscopic connectors. Cheap tools just don't work properly on something this small.

I already have the "in one go" krimp tool, but this one is queit hard to handle, but just enough to do the so called servo connectors, The PA-09 is a two step tool, and i guess by your answer, better suitable for the small pico blade jst connectors,
The PA-09 is only available on pre-order here in the Netherlands, but would be smart purchase for me, and is only a one time expense Smile
Thankyou for your answer !
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(15-Nov-2017, 05:15 PM)EJvdB_fpv Wrote: I already have the "in one go" krimp tool, but this one is queit hard to handle, but just enough to do the so called servo connectors, The PA-09 is a two step tool, and i guess by your answer, better suitable for the small pico blade jst connectors,
The PA-09 is only available on pre-order here in the Netherlands, but would be smart purchase for me, and is only a one time expense Smile
Thankyou for your answer !

Yes, it's a two step tool and works very well for Picoblade and JST-SH connectors.

I bought mine from a company in the UK via eBay: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/universal-mini...3a80c50970

Postage to me in Sweden was not too bad at £8.
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