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Breadboard Shield for Arduino R3 Single

Breadboard Shield for Arduino R3 Single
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SKU:  PPBBSFAR3
Bar Code:  5055421062248
Part Number:  BBSFAR3
Brand:  Proto-PIC
Platform:  Arduino / Genuino
Application:  Prototyping

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  (9 Reviews)


The Breadboard shield has the same pattern as a half size breadboard , there are power connections running down the center for ease of connecting up your designs. This allows you to easily move a circuit from a prototyping breadboard to a more permanent installation. this new revision is Rev 3 compatible and has had twin header rows added.

Please note this does not come with header pins, we have listed male a female headers below:


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Great kit, just pre-plan your component placement first
Sunday, 2 March 2014  |  Chris

These are a great bit kit. However what I would recommend, if stack-ability isn't a requirement of your build, is to get the 40pc breakaway headers instead of the R3 header kit. The Breakaway pins are a lot sturdier and wont bend nearly as much, whilst m

 

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.


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Needs another hole if you want to put this in the Arduino box
Tuesday, 28 January 2014  |  David

For one of my projects I'm putting an Uno and this shield into the 'Box for Arduino' (Part PPA000009). The box has three plastic pillars which go through the three holes in the Uno (and other shields) which hold it in place. This board is missing on of th

 

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.


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Great
Friday, 18 October 2013  |  Jim

These boards are excellent value. The only suggestion I have is that it could list the on-board connections that are already made. I'll be buying more

 

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.


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How to connect from the breadboard to the Arduino pins
Wednesday, 20 February 2013  |  Roy

Hi,

Yes we will add another line of pins that are connected to the arduino pins on rev2. At the moment you just have to jumper from the breadboard row to the already soldered arduino pins.

 

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.


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How you you wire in the arduino pins from the breadboard?
Tuesday, 19 February 2013  |  Bradley

To Dave B's comment, I've just finished soldering my first board. It looks great and it works! But I have no idea how to solder in the headers given that I also need to solder in a few pins from the breadboard circuit itself...

Any suggestions from anyon

 

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.


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GND is connected!
Saturday, 9 February 2013  |  Dave

Just to correct what I posted earlier. I hadn't spotted the GND connection next to digital pin 13. That one is connected to the GND rail, meaning I could have saved myself a bit of soldering on the two boards I've assembled so far! Doh!

Good to hear ther

 

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.


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Totally agree with dave b
Friday, 8 February 2013  |  Richard

Yep, we were so excited to come up with the idea, not enough of us saw the obvious improvements available before we sent the design off to get manufactured.
Rest assured, rev 2 will contain all these improvements and any others that our customers can sug

 

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.


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Very good, but...
Friday, 8 February 2013  |  Dave

Have got a couple of things on the go with these. Wish there was a row of holes connected to the arduino pins - that would mean giving up some room on the prototyping bit but well worth it in my view. Also, connecting the main central ground rail to, er,

 

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.


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Really easy upgrade to a real board
Sunday, 13 January 2013  |  Russell

I got a pack of these delivered yesterday, transferred my circuit from my breadboard to the shield, soldered it up, I now have a permanent 'Shield' I can just put on my Arduino, without having to re-build it every time I need to use it.

 

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.