Breadboard breakout board for modulesDesigned by KooLru in Russia
What is it? To test and develop a program for microcontroller modules ( NRF52 for example), they must be connected to power supply and sensors. It is more convenient to do this on a breadboard. Why...Read More…
To test and develop a program for microcontroller modules ( NRF52 for example), they must be connected to power supply and sensors. It is more convenient to do this on a breadboard.
The module pin spacing is not breadboard friendly. Soldering wires to the module and pin header is tricky and not so pretty.
One universal adapter board for any module with 50 mil pitch (1.27mm). Supports up to 18 pins on sides and 12 pins on bottom.
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