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GL12 840 Points Solderless Breadboard

GL12 840 Points Solderless Breadboard

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  • Practical Prototyping Tool: GL-12 840 Points Solderless Breadboard measures 840 points and is suitable for electronics enthusiasts and students. Use it to build, test, and modify circuits.
  • Versatile Design: Includes 840 tie points organized into 128 groups of 5 connected terminals and 8 bus strips of 25 connected terminals. No soldering is required.
  • Reusable and Self-Adhesive: This breadboard is completely reusable and features a self-adhesive back for easy placement and multiple board splicing.
  • Endless Possibilities: Ideal for experimenting with transistors, diodes, LEDs, resistors, capacitors, and various components. Modify and revise circuits easily.

GL12 MB102 840 Points Solderless Breadboard

Introducing the GL12 840 Points Breadboard at Robocraze! This solderless breadboard is an essential tool for any electronics engineer or hobbyist.

It allows you to make temporary prototypes for your electronics projects, making it perfect for experimenting with circuit designs.

The GL12 breadboard accepts a variety of wire sizes (20-29 AWG) and is completely reusable with its self-adhesive back.

It's compatible with various electronic components, including resistors, diodes, transistors, LEDs, and capacitors. You can easily modify or revise circuits, making it a versatile and convenient choice.

This solderless breadboard comes with 840 tie points and 128 groups of 5 connected terminals, along with 8 buses of 25 connected terminals.

No soldering is required, making it effortless to change breadboard connections and replace components. Plus, the tight fit for ICs and wires, labeled power rails, and sturdy ABS material ensure a smooth and efficient prototyping experience.

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Read more: What is Bread Board - Applications, Types & Working

Key Features:

  • Accepts wire sizes ranging from 20 to 29 AWG.
  • Enables easy modification or revision of circuits without the need for soldering.
  • Offers 840 tie points for connecting components and creating circuits.
  • Features 128 groups of 5 connected terminals and 8 buses of 25 connected terminals.
  • Completely reusable with a self-adhesive back.
  • Compatible with a wide range of electronic components, including resistors, diodes, transistors, LEDs, and capacitors.
  • Provides a tight fit for integrated circuits (ICs) and wires.
  • Solderless design simplifies the process of changing connections and replacing components.

Applications:

  • Hold electronic components
  • Develop prototypes of electronic circuits
  • Educational Projects
  • DIY electronics projects

How to use Solderless Breadboards


Package Includes:

  • 1 x BreadBoard

Specifications:

Self Adhesive  Yes 
Material  ABS
Solderless  Yes
Dimensions  11 x 5 x 1cms 
Weight 50 grams

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1. What is a breadboard used for?

A breadboard (also known as a plugblock) is used to create temporary circuits. It is useful to designers because it allows components to be removed and replaced easily.

2. What is the difference between breadboard and PCB?

In breadboard, the circuit is designed with the use of wire to make connections among the components while in PCB components are linked or assembled at the copper wire tracings that are designed over the board or substrate, and symbols of different components are designed at the board over which components are placed to

3. What are the advantages of using a breadboard?

  • It has easy to quick to check for easy and complex circuits both and it has easily verified circuits at the initial stage, so it can save time.
  • Quick to check components around.
  • It is easy to adjust.
  • It is flexible.
  • No drilling holes.
  • No soldering is required.
  • It can be debugged easily.

4. How do breadboards connect?

The holes in a breadboard are connected by metal clips that span five holes, horizontally. These metal clips allow each row of five holes to be connected. There are no vertical connections on a terminal strip. Horizontal rows on either side of the center groove are also not connected to each other.

5. Why is breadboard better than PCB?

A breadboard is a type of prototyping that does not require soldering. This makes them less long-lasting than a PCB. Breadboards have sockets that you push the components into, allowing you to remove and change them if needed.

6. What are the types of breadboard?

There are two main types of breadboards solder and solderless breadboards. Solder breadboards need components to be soldered onto them, like typical circuit boards where connections are soldered onto the board itself. On the other hand, solderless breadboards allow easy connection of electronic components without soldering. They have interconnected rows and columns of metal clips or sockets, so you can insert components and wires where you need to create circuits fast and without hassle.

7. How many parts are there in the breadboard?

Breadboards usually have four sections: two outer and two inner. In the inner sections, each row of five sockets is connected electrically, making it easy to assemble circuits. Components placed in the same row automatically share electrical connections.

The two outer sections are mainly for power-related connections. This separation helps organize power sources from the main circuitry, making circuit designs cleaner and more efficient. Users can use these outer sections for connecting power supplies, voltage regulators, ground connections, or other power-related components needed for their circuits.

8. What is the maximum current for a solderless breadboard?

Standard solderless breadboards are typically rated for currents up to around 1 ampere (A) at 5 volts (V), which corresponds to a power rating of 5 watts (W). This rating is suitable for most low to moderate power prototyping and experimentation applications commonly encountered in electronics hobbyist and educational settings.

Note: The exact specifications may vary among different breadboard models and manufacturers. Always check the specific datasheet or documentation provided by the manufacturer to ensure you're operating within the recommended limits. This helps avoid any potential damage to the breadboard or connected components.