Lots of new products in the store lately – This is a CLEAR ‘full-size’ breadboard, 830 tie points. Good for small and medium projects. It’s 2.2″ x 7″ (5.5 cm x 17 cm) with a standard double-strip in the middle and two power rails on both sides. You can pull the power rails off easily to make the breadboard as thin as 1.4″ (3.5cm). You can also “snap” these breadboards together either way to make longer and/or wider breadboards. This one is transparent, you can see the junctions inside! $8.00 in the Adafruit store, pick one up today!
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That’s really cool. Someone should have thought of this years ago. I wish my first breadboard was transparent. It would have saved the the hour or two I spent probing it with a multimeter. 😉
I give it less than a week before someone puts LEDs underneath it and lights it up. Disco prototyping!
Less than that, they’ve been out for a while:
Funny you should say that John,
JohnEngineer – here ya go!:
People are finding them a great way to teach now these work. From a beginner’s standpoint, a breadboard isn’t altogether intuitive!
So I guess you’re all saying I chould check out http://www.instructables.com/id/Bling-out-your-Breadboard-how-to-add-LED-power-in/
I think I’m going to visit http://www.instructables.com/id/Bling-out-your-Breadboard-how-to-add-LED-power-in/
Thanks letting me know about http://www.instructables.com/id/Bling-out-your-Breadboard-how-to-add-LED-power-in/