NEW PRODUCTS – IDC Breadboard Helpers – 2×13 (26 pin) / 2×5 (10 pin) / 2×16 (32 pin) / 2×8 (16 pin) / 2×3 (6 pin)

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NEW PRODUCTS – IDC Breadboard Helpers2×13 (26 pin) / 2×5 (10 pin) / 2×16 (32 pin) / 2×8 (16 pin) / 2×3 (6 pin)

These different sized IDC Breadboard Helpers are great in conjunction with IDC cables of the right number of pins. These come in two parts, a ‘pin-through’ socket and a male header. The socket straddles the center of a breadboard or Perma-Proto and then the header plugs into the top of the socket. Since IDC cables are so standard, but a royal pain to use with breadboards, this is a good and cheap hack for prototyping.

Each order comes with one socket and one header. Breadboard, Perma Proto and IDC cable not included!

All in stock and shipping now!

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  1. Of course, a week AFTER I make breakoutboards for NRF24L01 and ESP8266 modules…

  2. How about 2×20 (40 pin)?

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