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Breadboard module


#1

What do you think? It includes a breadboard to add whatever TH components you need and also include LEDs and a button to aid in debugging.


Make sure you open the 3D PDF in acrobat reader, not in google chrome or other readers. You should be able to rotate the board.


#2

Looks good.


#3

Quite roomy.


#4

@ tamberg - welcome to the forum.


#5

Excellent! I bought the parralax board of education shield for the Cerbuino for exactly this convenience. It might be worth having the female headers closer to the breadboard.


#6

You can open it in chrome. First you have to goto the content settings and disable chromes pdf viewer and enable adobe reader.

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#7

Great idea.


#8

Will be handy. Didn’t someone already build something similar?


#9

Uhh good idea !
I’ve the same remind as Ian … but I can’t find !


#10

nice


#11

There is one in the community modules wiki…


#12

can you post a link to it
thanks


#13

I think it was by GMod.


#14

Yes, it is GMod.
http://www.gadgeteermodules.com/products.php?4&manufacturers=1&sid=77ngjbeflq6odel8p1i4kse3d6


#15

I have that one…it’s nice and compact, but wouldn’t hurt to have two offerings, IMO.

I like the addition of the button and LEDs, which could be convenient for some testing scenarios.


#16

@ tamberg - Hope your working on a Gadgeteer version of Yaler ( https://yaler.net )

I picked up a couple breadboard modules from https://www.loveelectronics.co.uk/products/226/proto-module-with-breadboard but I like that this breadboard has some nice extras.