I have some 30 ga. solid wire in this application. Lets just say that it has to be solid and this post is not discussing the choice between solid vs stranded.
I need to measure lots of voltages using this solid wire. I have an interface board that has a ribbon cable to the data acq. located elsewhere. My question is about hooking the solid wires to this board.
Previously I solder the wires to a 20 pin header connector with solder tabs. This works, but it is clunky.
Does anyone have a good idea on how to attach 16 wires per board (I have 8 boards), in a removable fashion? (i.e. I dont want to solder the wires to the board)
My feeling s that crimps suck for small gage solid wire. So am I doing the best there is (soldering to header collector)?