|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.8 x 0.7 x 2.4 inches|
|Item model number||IB401|
|Manufacturer Part Number||IB401|
microtivity IB401 400-point Experiment Breadboard w/ Jumper Wires
|Price:||$6.21 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- 400-Tie-point breadboard (white) with peelable adhesive tape at the back
- Comes with 20 male-male jumper wires of various colors
- Works great with Arduino
- Also great for electronic and electrical experiments
- Dimensions: 84 x 55mm (3.31" x 2.15")
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Top Customer Reviews
Overall, a great little breadboard that's easy to use and modify.
The spacing between the two central rows (where you put an IC) seemed out of spec.
The GPIO to breadboard converter from CanaKit would not fit this breadboard. It worked fine on every other breadboard. However, on this one the spacing between the middle rows was too great. I was, however, able to fit seven segment LEDs on the middle rows. I did not try other ICs, but you could likely make them fit. However, I think I would just buy a different breadboard that had proper spacing.
There are a number of stupid 1 star reviews like - “Wires came out with first use“.
EXCUSE ME???? This is for setting up a trial/prototype circuit. The wires are meant to go in and come out easily.
Or - “TINY” - Duh!
READ THE DISCRIPTION - Dimensions: 84 x 55mm (3.31" x 2.15").
That’s just over 3 1/4 inches long.
That’s just over 2 inches wide.
**Here’s what you need to know if you’re going to order this board.**
1)If you’re going to do a lot of prototyping or experimenting, get a bigger board. The RioRand 9440 Breadboard-Prototype Design Aid would be a very good choice. Please note that this small board is only $6+, the RioRand9440 is almost $30.
2)This is mass produced to sell at the lowest price. Some of the wires *are* a little hard to insert *the first time*. After one or two times, they go in easily enough.
3) On some of the holes, the wires feel too loose. This concerned me so I used a multimeter to test about 30 loose holes. No problem, wiggling the wires in the holes didn't make it loose continuity..
So, cheap, yes.
REAL problems found, no.
Just don't pi$$ and moan when you buy the cheapest product around, and then find that it isn't absolutely perfect.
It **IS** good enough for a small, quick, prototype. It’s CHEAP enough that if you don’t use it again - no big deal.
And people who do a lot of what this board is made for, aren't going to buy this one, they’ll spend a lot more money on a better one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Used it a couple of times for different projects and it's well laid out for most projects.Published 3 days ago by Gregory J. Oneal
Good board, but I should have checked the size first. It is very small in size, but it comes with the leads so that is really nice. I will get a larger one next time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ghost chaser
Just what I expected, with a little extra on the side. Great quality, surprised by the packaging, the tape included on the board and the small resistor color coding card. Read morePublished 1 month ago by LIAM D