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This bare solder protoboard matches a regular 1-panel PC breadboard, with outside-edge power rails.
Small but handy, the zig-zag patterns on this single-sided prototyping board make short work of complex interconnections.
This solder protoboard is like a solderless breadboard, but has a huge set of power distribution rails running through it. It also accommodates a 96-pin VME backplane connector for slotting connectivity.
This 50mil-pad breakout is best for larger SMD components on 50mil or 100mil pitch spacing
These large 200x100mil pads suit larger SMD parts
Put that project onto a protoboard that fits into a mating Hammond enclosure.
If you need to tuck a circuit board someplace and you can't fit a screw, use these handy low-profile, self-adhesive PCB standoffs
It's simplicity - just one-pad-per-hole, plated-through, double-sided board, in a small footprint.
Protoboard your project with sets of connected pads. Ideal if long strips of copper too much for you, or the complex zig-zags are not your style.
Long strips of copper too much for you? Complex zig-zags drive you nuts? Here's a nice compromise - solder prototyping with pairs of connected pads.
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