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Doyeemei Solderless Plug-in BreadBoard
|Price:||£1.39 FREE UK delivery.|
- 830 tie points total: 630 tie-point IC-circuit area plus two 100 tie-point distribution strips providing 4 power rails.
- White ABS plastic body with black printed legend. Color legend on distribution strips.
- Contacts are Phosphor Bronze with Plated Nickel Finish, rated for 50,000 insertions. Rated at 36 Volts, 2 Amps.
- Insertion Wire Size is 21 to 26 AWG, 0.016 to 0.028 inches diameter (0.4 to 0.7mm diameter)
- Size: 6.5 x 2.2 x 0.3in (165.1 x 54.6 x 8.5mm) Peelable adhesive tape backing provided for attaching to a surface. Metal back plate provided.
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Now, let's get down to what the picture doesn't show you (but for £1.74 i couldn't care much):
- The images mainly show two power rails, be advised that the other comments about them being split in the middle is correct, so you could actually have four power rails. I've read a few comments related to this for a while and yet the picture remains inaccurate.
- I've already loaded mine with about 10 components so far, most of them slotted into the holes with little fuss. A couple took a little effort and I bent the resistor a couple of times (standard 1/4w 1Kohm) but it went in.
- "base plate is just breadboard" is one of the most bizarre descriptions I've ever read. Actually, there is NO base save that of the adhesive backing. I peeled the corner back to have a look and you could see the contacts. The adhesive pad is a couple of mm thick so it probably wouldn't enjoy having the terminal of an LED rammed into it too many times.
- The adhesive strip covers the entire base and the power rails do appear to detach (I haven't tried to be honest), so if you do want to remove them, it might be a good idea to take a sharp blade and carefully cut the adhesive. I will try this out myself once I've done my projects.
- The numbers and power lines are badly printed on, mine are inconsistent but readable (and the numbers don't start with the first row of holes, just bear in mind, although all 830 holes are definitely there!)
- The hole pitch is absolutely perfect. However, there's a LOT of play in the holes. After putting 4 LEDs in, they all wiggle about a fair bit. Still, for serious circuit builders who can solder this is a tiny issue. I might wax or glue the holes if I decide to keep it on the board.
You get what you pay for. For the price, I have no complaints really. If you're serious about your electronics, or just have money to blow, there's a 3 pack for a tenner on this site. They do look identical and delivery would be quicker :)
EDIT: A few more holes aren't playing ball (some really uncomfortable levels of force) but I still have enough to work my circuit. I also bought this board from Demarkt, although it names a different company on this page now... ?
It was packaged fairly well in a plastic bag. It was also then packaged in bubble wrap.
I was very pleased by the delivery time, being just under 10 days from China to the UK, during the Christmas period!
So I am pleased, cheap, very quick delivery, sturdy and good build quality, marked for easier building of circuits.
Just be aware that this isn't a perfect breadboard, but at the end of the day a breadboard is some metal and plastic, and the thing functions as needed, modulo having to be aware of misaligned connections.
After reading one of the other reviews where it was suggested that a paper clip could be used to align the clips behind the holes in the breadboard I gave it a go. Half an hours (mildly uncomfortable) effort and I have a board that mostly works. A couple of holes failed the "other way" and will not hold a component leg but that wastage was small.
I would have happily paid 4 to 5 times the price of this item to get one that worked properly from get go. Perhaps the suppliers might take note of that.
they have the correct hole spacing to take the Arduino breadboard 3.3 V/ 5 V power supply modules.
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