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SMT Breakout PCB for 48-QFN or 48-TQFP - 3 Pack!

SMT Breakout PCB for 48-QFN or 48-TQFP - 3 Pack!
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SMT Breakout PCB for 48-QFN or 48-TQFP - 3 Pack!SMT Breakout PCB for 48-QFN or 48-TQFP - 3 Pack!SMT Breakout PCB for 48-QFN or 48-TQFP - 3 Pack!
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SKU:  PPADA1377
Part Number:  1377
Brand:  AdaFruit

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Beguiled by a fancy new chip that is only available in a QFP or QFN pinout? This breakout PCB set will make your life much much easier and get you prototyping faster than ever. One side has a 48-QFP pin out with traces going to two rows of 0.1" spaced holes, the other has 48-QFN (7mm body). Solder your chip to either side and you're ready to rock on any solderless breadboard. There's even a THM pad on the opposite side of the QFN body pad so you can fill it with solder for a heat sink and/or connect a wire to it (say when the pad must be grounded).

Each item comes with three PCBs, each PCB is identical and can support either a 7mm square QFP or 7mm square QFN chip. Standard thickness PCBs, with 0.7" spacing between the two rows. The PCBs may come on a supporting strip of PCB, simply snap them off to use!


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Did the job, soldermask isnít great.
Monday, 29 January 2018  |  Darren

Used this board to break out a Lattice ispmach 4064 CPLD. It worked great, although my only annoyance is that the soldermask isnít up to much. So much as a little bit of heat from some solderbraid and it burns away, nowhere near as hard wearing as the stuff on osh park boards.

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Works perfectly.
Wednesday, 22 March 2017  |  Lorenzo

Soldering method I used:
Tools: Soldering iron, solder, solder-sucker, soldering flux and tape.
1) Tape the chip in the right place.
2) Correct the position while taped and place a solder drop in one side to fix position.
3) Pass flux over the other 3 sides.
4) Place a big drop of solder over all pins of each side.
5) Heat each big drop and suck it (that would be enough to leave the sufficient amount of solder on each pin).
6) Same procedure for the side used initially to fix position.
7) Clean the soldering iron and heat each pin for 2 seconds to make sure the connection is done.

Hope it works!

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