Are you a beginner in building circuit design?
A breadboard is ideal for a beginner to learn in building circuitry. The breadboard does not require soldering to make connections. Sometimes, it is called a solderless breadboard. You can just experiment with your circuit design by plugging in the components without any soldering. Thus, this breadboard and the components are reusable, you can modify your circuit easily without any hesitation. With this feature, it is suitable for beginners like students to build the prototype on the breadboard in order to test the circuit design. You can find the sample connection of the breadboard in the photo below:
Note: We carry the breadboard jumper wire kit (140 pcs), which comes pre-cut, stripped, and bent at both ends of the wire. There are various lengths catering to different lengths of the breadboard. Check it out here.
A breadboard is commonly rated for five volts at one amp or fifteen volts at one-third of an amp, both of which have a power dissipation of five watts. Due to the temporary nature of the contacts, most breadboard has a current limit of one amp or less. Breadboard generally cannot handle frequencies greater than ten megahertz because of the nature of the contacts, which create a stray capacitance of around two to twenty picofarads (pFs) for every connection.
- Smaller breadboard suitable for a small project
- Total 400 holes
- Standard 2.54mm (0.1") spacing between two holes
- Dimension: 5cm x 8cm
- Common Rating: 1A @ 5V or 5 Watt
- 1 x Breadboard 8.5x5.5cm (400 Holes)