Screw terminal (3.5mm) breakout PCB for development boards with 0.1" pitch parallel headers rows spaced 0.6"to 1.1" apartDesigned by RyanBates in United States of America
This is a PCB that functions as a screw terminal breakout for 0.1" pitch development boards like the Arduino Nano/Micro, ESP8266, and the GPIO headers of the Raspberry Pi B+ 2,3,4, and Zero. The PC...Read More…
This is a PCB that functions as a screw terminal breakout for 0.1" pitch development boards like the Arduino Nano/Micro, ESP8266, and the GPIO headers of the Raspberry Pi B+ 2,3,4, and Zero. The PCB has two rows of 20-pin headers that can fit parallel headers with various increments of 0.1" pitch spacing.
There are two versions of this breakout PCB: Regular and Wide.
Regular version fits parallel connections spaced 0.6" to 0.8" apart. This fits most dev boards. This board is symmetrical.
Wide version fits parallel connections spaced 0.6" to 1.1" apart. This fits the majority of boards including wide boards like the Wemos LOL1n. The wide version is asymmetrical.
The center mounting holes on this PCB align with the Pi B+, 2, 3, 4, and Zero versions. Price breaks are available at qty 4 and 10 units.
Quick facts about this PCB:
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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