Gikfun Solder-able Breadboard Gold Plated Finish Proto Board PCB DIY Kit for Arduino (Pack of 5PCS) GK1007
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- This board is especially useful for preserving a prototype or experiment you just created on a solderless breadboard by soldering all the pieces in place
- Breadboard PCB for any type Raspberry Pi GPIO
- Gold plated finish prevents oxidation, High quality Gold finish for easy soldering
- All holes are through-plated for strength
- Pack of 5PCS, has changed the package on 8th November, 2018.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 9.91 x 6.86 x 1.02 cm; 90.72 Grams
- Date First Available : 19 April 2017
- Manufacturer : Esooho
- ASIN : B071R3BFNL
- Item Model Number : ABCD
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This is Solderable Breadboard. A bare PCB that is the exact size as our regular breadboard with the same connections to pins and power rails. This board is especially useful for preserving a prototype or experiment you just created on a solderless breadboard by soldering all the pieces in place
Breadboard PCB for any type Raspberry Pi GPIO
Gold plated finish prevents oxidation, High quality Gold finish for easy soldering
All holes are through-plated for strength
Pack of 5PCS
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These particular boards seem pretty well made. The traces/vias are numbered the same as a typical breadboard. I haven't had any traces lift, and they take solder well.
With my design tested, I needed to make a hard-wired equivalent. In the past, I used similar sized pwbs which are cheap and readily available. The problem is that, although the other pwbs are cheap, each "pad" is independent. So, if you need jumpers, you have to add them manually. This board simulates a small proto board with pads already "jumpered". So, if you have a working design based upon a proto board design of this size, you can easily and quickly transfer it to a soldered up design using these boards.
Not having to solder additional jumpers seems like a simple thing to do. But, from past experience,, it's extra work and it's easy to make mistakes, and, you can end up with a lot of extra wires. With this board, design to fab is quick and should work. I also like the fact that they have larger mounting holes as well as gold plating.
Good quality and seemed like a good price for 5.
The boards are the same layout as my solderless breadboard with the same connections. The center area pins are the same spacing as the breadboard, but the power pins (outer two rows on each side) are spaced ~1mm wider. This could be an issue if you are trying to use a modular power supply made for breadboards, but for me it is no problem.
What I am impressed by is the finish of the boards. The edges of the boards are fully machined with no burrs or imperfections. The solder mask and silk screen are likewise flawless. The exposed pads are gold plated, so no worry about storing them for a while before use.
I will keep these on hand from now on for prototyping needs and will probably design a project case to share with everyone.