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    See pic please

    Could anyone tell me what type of fitting these are ? I need the female version for my steppers.
    Cheers

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    Looks like a JST.
    Pretty common connector, and you'll find premade pigtails available from various sources, if you don't want to crimp your own.
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    Just to expand on that JST are a range of solderless connectors and have different types within the range. Have a read here:
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/JST_connector

    Probably JST-XH?
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    Thanks I ordered a DuPont kit of amazon, so I'll have a bash later. Should have got one ages ago because I have bought loads of pre mades over the years.

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