• Lead-Through Breadboard Coupling Pin (for Front Surface Coupling)

    Lead-Through Breadboard Coupling Pin (for Front Surface Coupling)

    Here we’ll explain how to make pins to couple breadboards. By using these pins or coupling pins for back surface coupling, you can make a multi-layer breadboard like “Ikura-don(salmon roe on rice) board”. The material is shown on the right and the completed item is on the left. The material is available from Akizuki Denshi Tsusho Co., Ltd. or other shops. First, break off as many pins as you need. Next, slide the black plastic part by pinching it with pliers. It is now completed By using some of these pins, as shown in the center of the image below, you can couple two breadboards facing each other.

  • Lead-Through Breadboard Coupling Pin (for Back Surface Coupling)

    Lead-Through Breadboard Coupling Pin (for Back Surface Coupling)

    Here we’ll explain how to make pins to couple breadboards. By using these pins, you can make a multi-layer breadboard like “Ikura-don (salmon roeon rice) board. The completed item is shown on the left and the material is on the right. The material is available from Akizuki Denshi Tsusho Co., Ltd. or other shops. Break off as many pins as you would need. Break off one of the black plastic parts on the separated pin by using nippers. Once one of them is broken off with nippers, the other is loosened so that you can remove it just by pulling it with fingers. If you find it difficult to take…

  • Lead-through Breadboard (Prototype for Standard Breadboard)

    Lead-through Breadboard (Prototype for Standard Breadboard)

    We introduced the Prototype for transparent lead-through breadboards the other day. The transparent breadboard is rather expensive, so we made the prototype of standard ivory-colored breadboard, focusing on the lead-through feature. You would see no difference from an ordinary breadboard on the surface. On the back, it has a resin board with holes instead of double stick tape. These are the lead-through holes. Other features are same with an ordinary non-lead-through breadboard. Now, we are going to determine how much work time is reduced when the lead-through breadboard is used.

  • (日本語) 多層ブレッドボードで作る「イクラ丼ボード」

    (日本語) 多層ブレッドボードで作る「イクラ丼ボード」

    Sorry, this entry is only available in 日本語.

  • Lead-through Breadboard (Prototype for Transparent Breadboard)

    Lead-through Breadboard (Prototype for Transparent Breadboard)

    To build a circuit neatly on the breadboard, you often cut long lead wires of electronic components to the proper length. A resistor, LED and capacitor have long lead wires, for example. The time consumed to cut lead wires is not negligible, is it? To save that time, we created the lead-through breadboard. You would see no difference from an ordinary breadboard on the surface. On the back, it has a plastic board instead of double stick tape. There are holes on the back. The holes are penetrated from the surface. You know how to use it, don’t you? Insert a component and cut the extra lead wire protruding on…

  • Breadboard for High Frequency Circuits (Prototype)

    Breadboard for High Frequency Circuits (Prototype)

    Breadboards are particularly prone to capacitive coupling between the contacting clips, and thus they are not suitable for trial production of high frequency circuits. Here, we’ve made the breadboard for high frequency circuits. You would see no difference from an ordinary breadboard on the surface. The one looking like a marking pin on the right is an accessory. We’ll explain how to use it later. On the back, the center unit with a row of five holes is transparent. This transparent unit can be detached and attached by hand. To remove the transparent cover, place a finger in the notch at the edge and pull it out. The transparent cover…

  • Tag on Breadboard

    Tag on Breadboard

    It is sometimes difficult to tell which part on the breadboard corresponds to where on the circuit. We thought it might be convenient if we can put tags on the circuit, so we created some for breadboards. The tags look like marking pins. A set of 5 colors x 5 pins= 25 pins is in a case. They can be stuck in the breadboard. You can write on the circle tab using a pencil or pen. You can write as shown above. If you write using a pencil, you can erase it later with an eraser. Some breadboards have nothing printed, and sometimes it is hard to tell at a…