Phantom YoYo 170 Points Mini Breadboard for Arduino Proto Shield (6 PCS)
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|Brand Name||Phantom YoYo|
|Ean||6896378886186 , 0500876569347 , 0745332197270 , 0608216570173 , 0608216571729|
|Item Weight||3.53 ounces|
|UPC||745332197270 , 500876569347 , 608216571729 , 608216570173|
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Color Red + blue + black + white + green + yellow Material ABS Features With 170 tie points With self-adhesive tape on the back, make it easy to stick on the Arduino Prototype Shield. Perfect for DIY projects Packing List 6 x Mini breadboards comes with random colors.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 1.38 x 0.35 x 1.85 inches; 3.53 Ounces
- Item model number : CHOR170
- Date First Available : October 23, 2012
- Manufacturer : Phantom YoYo
- ASIN : B016Q6T7Q4
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- #261 in Prototyping Boards & Accessories
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However every pack of six that I've gotten has been compatible within its self...as in when I get six they are all the same type (dovetail type 1, dovetail type 2, or no dovetail at all). Weird, I realize, but this isn't annoying unless you're buying in larger lots like me so only one point off.
Their inexpensive cost allows you to build circuits and leave them built when you get distracted onto the next circuit.
If you are looking for bells and whistles this is not your item. However at less than one US dollar per board, well you figure it out.
The different colors are nice in that you can more easily tell which nodeMCU is which, since I have two that are identical.
If it just required some wiggling I'd be OK with that because of the price, but it really doesn't have 170 tie points. It has 170 holes in the plastic outer case, and maybe 100 usable tie points randomly distributed, with many whole rows totally unusable.
The contacts are held in.... by the double-sided tape.
Worthless as an actual breadboard unless you secure the jumpers down or use tinned pins. Works OK for a small soldering holder.
Also the double sided tape on the back is good for holding them in position, which would be perfect if I could trust anything to stay permanently in the holes!