Started 16th August 2018
A connector with a banana socket on one side and four DuPont sockets on the other.
Why? My multi-meter leads have banana plugs on both ends. This allows easy change of "probe" - alligator clips, needle points, hooks etc. I'd like to connect the meter to breadboards using DuPont connectors.
The parts are a 3D printed shell, a banana socket, a (female) spade (crimp) connector, four DuPont sockets and some thick wire.
For some insight into what a "DuPont" connector actually is, see "COMMON WIRE-TO-BOARD, WIRE-TO-WIRE CONNECTORS, AND CRIMP TOOLS"