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The term "jumper" as used in PC computer boards, is a small
rectangular block that can be added or removed (or moved) according to
various options made available by the manufacturer.
Most of these blocks can plug into pins that have a 0.100 spacing, but
there are some with 2mm pin spacing.
For a drawing, see http://www.mouser.com/catalog/616/721.pdf
The term "jumper" is a general electronics term that is applied to
either various removeable and solder-in components; what is used in PC
computers is only one variation.
 
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      10-26-2003
Grasshoppers do too (and fleas).At one time a slang term for bus inspector
(he jumped on the bus)
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> The term "jumper" as used in PC computer boards, is a small
> rectangular block that can be added or removed (or moved) according to
> various options made available by the manufacturer.
> Most of these blocks can plug into pins that have a 0.100 spacing, but
> there are some with 2mm pin spacing.
> For a drawing, see http://www.mouser.com/catalog/616/721.pdf
> The term "jumper" is a general electronics term that is applied to
> either various removeable and solder-in components; what is used in PC
> computers is only one variation.



 
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      10-26-2003
Also a warm knitted woolen garment

HF wrote:
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> Grasshoppers do too (and fleas).At one time a slang term for bus inspector
> (he jumped on the bus)
> "Robert Baer" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> > The term "jumper" as used in PC computer boards, is a small
> > rectangular block that can be added or removed (or moved) according to
> > various options made available by the manufacturer.
> > Most of these blocks can plug into pins that have a 0.100 spacing, but
> > there are some with 2mm pin spacing.
> > For a drawing, see http://www.mouser.com/catalog/616/721.pdf
> > The term "jumper" is a general electronics term that is applied to
> > either various removeable and solder-in components; what is used in PC
> > computers is only one variation.

 
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