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170 Points Mini Breadboard

170 Points Mini Breadboard

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  • Electronics Prototyping: The Robocraze 170 Points Mini Breadboard is perfect for experimenting with electronic circuits.
  • Convenient Layout: With 2x17 rows and a total of 170 pins, this breadboard offers ample space for your components.
  • Sturdy Build: Made with high-quality materials, this breadboard ensures durability and a firm grip for your components.
  • Easy to Use: Ideal for hobbyists, students, and professionals, it simplifies your prototyping and testing processes.
  • Versatile Compatibility: Compatible with various electronic components like Arduino, Raspberry Pi, sensors, and more.
  • Quick Assembly: No soldering required; simply plug in your components and start building your circuits.
  • Compact Design: Measuring 45x35x9mm, it's suitable for a wide range of electronics projects.

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170 Points Mini Breadboard

Looking to buy a reliable breadboard for your electronics projects? The Robocraze 170 Points Mini Breadboard is the answer. It's your ideal companion for seamless electronics prototyping, designed to provide a hassle-free experience.

With a 2x17 row layout and a total of 170 pins, this breadboard offers abundant space to create and test various circuits. Crafted with top-notch materials, it guarantees sturdiness and a firm grip for your components.

This solderless breadboard simplifies your prototyping process – no soldering required. Simply plug in your electronic modules, and you're good to go. Whether you're a student, hobbyist, or professional, this breadboard is beginner-friendly and suited for all skill levels. It's compatible with a wide range of electronic components, including Arduino, Raspberry Pi, sensors, and more.

The compact and portable design, measuring 45x35x9mm, ensures it fits seamlessly into your projects. Get your Robocraze 170 Points Mini Breadboard today, and start building your electronic circuits with ease. Check out our competitive price and add it to your cart.

If you run out of space, this can be paired with additional breadboards (below) to accommodate larger projects. Works with LEDs, transistors, diodes, capacitors, and resistors.

Package Includes:

  • 1 x Mini Breadboard (Colour May Vary)


Self Adhesive  Yes 
Rows  2 x 17 rows
Total Pins  170
Dimensions  45 × 35 ×9 mm
Weight  50 grams

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1. What is a mini breadboard?

  • The Mini Solderless Breadboard is a solderless device for a temporary prototypes with electronics and test circuit designs. It consists of 17 columns of ten holes, divided into two pairs by a central notch and labelled 1 to 17.

2. What is a breadboard used for?

  • A breadboard (also known as a plug block) is used to create temporary circuits. It is useful to designers because it allows components to be removed and replaced easily. It is useful for someone who wants to build a circuit to demonstrate how it works before reusing the components in another circuit.

3. How are breadboards wired?

  • The holes in a breadboard are connected by metal clips that span five holes, horizontally. Each row of five holes can be connected using these metal clips. A terminal strip has no vertical connections. Horizontal rows on either side of the center groove are also unconnected.