Screw terminal breakout PCB for development boards with 0.1" pitch parallel headers with adjacent or 0.6"-0.8" separation.Designed by RetroBuiltGames in United States of America
This is a PCB that functions as a screw terminal breakout for 0.1" development boards like the Arduino Nano/Micro and the GPIO headers of the Raspberry Pi B+, 2, 3, and Zero. It's meant to fill a ...Read More…
This is a PCB that functions as a screw terminal breakout for 0.1" development boards like the Arduino Nano/Micro and the GPIO headers of the Raspberry Pi B+, 2, 3, and Zero. It's meant to fill a function (connectivity) for many development boards out in the market, while providing a few different uses to make it flexible for the end user.
Located between the screw terminals mounts are two rows of 20-pin headers that can fit development boards with parallel connections spaced 0.6", 0.7" and 0.8" apart. Mounting holes on this PCB align with the Pi B+, 2, 3 and Zero versions. This PCB is sold as a bare board, or 10-pack. Quick facts about this PCB: 2x20 Rows of screw terminals Screw Terminal pitch = 3.5mm All other holes are 0.1 inch spacing Footprint is 2.87 x 1.61 inches (73x41mm)
Assembly is required. Additional parts required. An Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or other pictured development board is not included. Photos are examples of use and size comparisons only. PCB color may vary (green or blue).
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