A large prototyping PCB for the Particle Electron or Photon designed to fit Takachi IP67 waterproof enclosure, perfect for outside projects.Designed by ThingySticks, Ships from United Kingdom
What is it? Prototyping PCB for the Electron or Photon from Particle.io. It allows you to create more permanent and reliable prototypes than using a breadboard and to securely mount the prototype i...Read More…
Prototyping PCB for the Electron or Photon from Particle.io. It allows you to create more permanent and reliable prototypes than using a breadboard and to securely mount the prototype in a case. The Electron/Photon can be powered by external DC source rather than through the USB port and provides for easy off-board connections. Designed to fit the Takachi IP67 WP11-15-4 enclosure, ideal for outdoor projects (Pole mounting kit for the enclosure is also available from Takachi). Fits both the lid and the main case.
Basic kit contains.
Breadboard prototypes are very fragile, it's all too easy for a wire to come out and then difficult to figure out where to put it back. This PCB allows the wiring to be soldered on along with the components for a more reliable circuit.
To make a more permanent usable project it needs to be mounted in a case, breadboard is far from ideal and the other option is a dedicated PCB which becomes expensive.
Please note that this does NOT include an Electron/Photon or aerial, these need to be purchased separately from Particle.io or a re-seller. An enclosure is an optional extra, be sure to select it if you want the enclosure the PCB fits as well.
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