Solderless breadboards are a way to test new printed circuit board design and to prototype electronics without having to go through the steps of generating an actual printed circuit board.
Other names for the solderless breadboard are "protoboard" and "plugboard", and all terms refer to a base upon which various circuit components can be connected without solder. This also makes the solderless breadboard reusable.
The solderless breadboard has holes to match the pin spacing on DIPs (Dual Inline Package) chips as well as other integrated circuits.
MPJA offers a wide variety of breadboard sizes to suit the needs of everyone from the hobbyist up to the prototype engineer, including one model with a built-in power supply.