- 400-Tie-point breadboard (white) with peelable adhesive tape at the back
- Works great with Arduino
- Also great for electronic and electrical experiments
- Dimensions: 84 x 55mm (3.31" x 2.15")
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microtivity IB400 400-point Experiment Breadboard
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This breadboard is ideal for making electrical connections and for testing purposes. The breadboard has 400 point with standard 0.1" (2.54mm) pitch. Packaged in a zip lock bag.
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The only downside is that the half height boards don't hook with the full height boards due to different connectors on the side.
The three piece molding is two power-rail sections and a center section, designed to snap together. Not a real issue I guess, but the whole board has a concave look and feel to its top surface.
It requires too much force to insert and remove pins, enough to bend component leads and to make removing a part with slightly wider leads, such as TO-220 package, like pulling teeth. Perhaps the plastic top deck and the wire sockets underneath the aren't well enough aligned - the feel of pushing a pin into it suggests that - but whatever the reason, it's all too easy to bend wires.
I had a serial comms failure in a newly built circuit. Debugging it, I found one row of the board was open with respect to the DIP pin at the inner end of that row, but wasn't reproducible with nothing plugged into it. That would seem to support the misalignment hypothesis. I'm pitching the board.
Dec, 2015, when I received the board:
I can't have enough of these. Each of mine has something wired on it, and I always seem to need one more. It does seem to be molded in three pieces though, held together by the sticky-tape backing - two sections each with a pair of power rails and one 10-row component section. They're cheap enough though (unless you buy - and wait - direct from China).