I am constructing a portable device (a tool the enhance the quality of life for a blind user) but, alas, because it is portable, it must be able to survive the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.
Alas, when testing/building the electronics, I couldn't help but notice that the connection housings I'm using these things, are not that secure.
They WILL be housed, but a good bump/pull at one of the (kind of) exposed wires could end the usefulness of the device.
(The guy this is intended for has a fully working mind, but massive brain damage, so cant physically fix it.)
Would someone be so kind as to tell me the best way to securely attach wires to the header of the pi?
I can solder... but I don't know if it's good for the pi.