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BB400 Solderless Plug-in BreadBoard, 400 tie-points, 4 power rails, 3.3 x 2.2 x 0.3in (84 x 55 x 9mm)
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- 400 tie points total: 300 tie-point IC-circuit area plus two 50 tie-point distribution strips providing 4 power rails.
- White ABS plastic body with black printed legend. Color legend on distribution strips.
- Contacts are Phosphor Bronze with Plated Nickel Finish, rated for 50,000 insertions. Rated at 36 Volts, 2 Amps.
- Insertion Wire Size is 21 to 26 AWG, 0.016 to 0.028 inches diameter (0.4 to 0.7mm diameter)
- Size: 3.3 x 2.1 x 0.3in (84 x 54.3 x 8.5mm). Peelable adhesive tape backing provided for attaching to a surface.
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Here is what isn't mentioned. This thing is designed to be snapped together. You can take the power rails off of one side and add them to the other or remove them all together. If you buy more than one of these you can snap them together to make a much larger BreadBoard.
Last point, there is a companion SB400, that is a single sided PC board that has the exact same layout as the BB400, so once you have a working design, you can transfer it right over to a PCB to solder finalize.
All in all I'm impressed with the thought that was put into this simple product.
Needless to say, I'll be replacing it with something much more durable and well-designed.
If you buy this (the price isn't bad at all), just don't stick it to anything!
My only problem:
I purchased this BB400 and the larger BB830 together. I assumed they would fit together with their tongue and groove system. This is incorrect.
The BB400 has smaller joints than the BB830 (which makes sense, now).
It was my fault for not taking a closer look at the pictures.
I don't understand this concept of misalignment. It forces one to use different parts than desired when designing a circuit in order to fit the alignment and the parts don't sit nice and straight. It does not really match the SB400 Solderable PC BreadBoard, which, does not make any sense either. Otherwise ok.
You can also get a corresponding product, the SB400 which is a solderable board that matches the BB400. Once you have your project tested and working on the breadboard, you can move it over to the solder board and make it permanent.
I've already picked up a few more so I can keep multiple circuit ideas going at once, or combine them to mockup bigger circuits.
It's great for small quick projects, and when I need to use one off-site. For home use I think a larger board might be more convenient to use; it gets a little crowded quick when the projects become more complex.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome breadboard to use with the arduino.it's better than having to sodder everything together.Published 2 months ago by Javier
Perfect little breadboard, but as others have mentioned it has no solid back, only a foam tape. I would recommend gluing it down rather than peeling and sticking the backing,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Garrett
These seem to be a little warped, probably factory seconds. However, they work and the issue is only mildly cosmetic. At these prices, they are well worth it.Published 5 months ago by P. Tato