NEW PRODUCT – Adafruit Proto-Plate for Beagle Bone. Ready to prototype your next BeagleBone project? You’ll certainly want this handy Proto-Plate! Not only is it really good looking, its also very useful, holding your BeagleBone steady alongside a standard half-sized breadboard.
The plate is made of 3mm thick laser-cut clear acrylic with nice engraving showing alignment. There are four 4-40 screws, standoffs and hex-nuts to attach the ‘Bone on and the halfsized breadboard can be stuck on (just remove the paper backing from it). Finally, there are four rubber bumpers you can use to lift the plate off of your table, so it won’t slide around.
- 3″ x 4″ acrylic plate, laser cut
- 4 x 4-40 1/2″ screws
- 4 x 4-40 hexnuts
- 4 x 4 3/8″ nylon standoffs
- 4 x rubber bumpers
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