Having a standoff-mountable breakout for the Teensy saves me time and keeps prototyping neat. This board does a simple thing well. Ample space for each pin connection, and a power bus. Add a socket, and you're ready to go.
Makes hookup to chips very easy especially with multiple supplies and grounds. Even if at extra cost, it will be better to include the option of headers and terminal blocks. Or maybe just provide links.
Hi, the PCB is a very good product. the price and shipping is very good. I have a good Idea for the next revision of the PCB (smile) : not 13x Gnd-Plugs, better splitt the plug to 4x 5VDC, 5x 3,3VDC and 5x Gnd.... :-) On the right side of the PCB is a place to connect the plugs for the I/O-Pins 24-33 and A12, A13...., GND (13 Pins) :-)
Thomas E. from Germany. MUSIKANDMORE
Response from RasterWeb! | June 30, 2019
Thanks for the comments! I've been considering adding another board with the 5V and 3.3V broken out.