Arduino Solderless Breadboard
Prototype shield V-3.1 features:
0.1 pitch headers for direct connection to/from Arduino
0.1 pitch header sockets for stacking additional boards
Reset Switch & Test Switch
Power LED, Test LED
5V & Ground Busses
RS232 Com. Port
0.1Pitch Holes for a 1602LCD and a Nokia 5110 LCD
Peel & Stick breadboard with 170 tie points L: 2-3/4 W: 2-1/8 H: 3/4 WT: .06
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I agree with a previous reviewer, nice board, but even better if a schematic was available.
- Steve L, NH
Nice breadboard, but...
Sturdy enough construction and I like that you can choose to use it with or without the small solderless breadboard. Be aware that the Upper D8 connector is only 8 pins long so the Uno-R3 SDA & SCL pins are not easily used. The SOIC pads are oddly broken out and mostly hidden if the solderless breadboard is stuck down. You cannot put a 28 pin socket on here without cutting some traces.
- R T, CO
This is a nice little module, but with no documentation on the catalog listing, I had hoped it would come with a schematic showing how the switches, LEDs, and dedicated pads are connected. Buzzing it out with an ohmmeter is tedious, and leaves me wondering what I might have missed.
- Bruce, MA
This is a very nice quality breadboard, and very convenient as a arduino shield.