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GL12 840 Points Breadboard

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GL12 840 Points Breadboard

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  • It is used to make a temporary prototype for the electronics projects.
  • Accept a variety of wire sizes 20-29 AWG.
  • Completely reusable and have a self-adhesive back.
  • Compatible with resistance, diodes, transistors, LED’s, Capacitors and other types of electronic components.
  • Can modify or revise the circuits easily Fit for jumper wire of 0.8mm diameter – Standard 2.54mm hole spacing Adhesive sheet on the backside of the board – Multiple breadboards can be spliced together too.

GL12 MB102 840 Points Breadboard

A GL-12 840 Points Solderless Breadboard is an invaluable tool for experimenting with circuit designs whether in the R&D or university lab. A breadboard is used to make up temporary circuits for testing or to try out an idea. No soldering is required so it is easy to change connections and replace components.

Parts will not be damaged so they will be available for re-use afterward. 840 Tie points – 128 Groups of 5 connected terminals, 8 Bus of 25 connected terminals Reusable for fast build a prototype of an electronic circuit – will accept transistors, diodes, LEDs, resistors, capacitors and virtually all types of components – No soldering required – Can modify or revise the circuits easily Fit for jumper wire of 0.8mm diameter – Standard 2.54mm hole spacing Adhesive sheet on the backside of the board – Multiple breadboards can be spliced together too.

Applications:

  • Hold electronic components
  • Develop prototypes of electronic circuits

Package Includes:

  • 1 x BreadBoard

Specifications:

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

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.