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Advanced Solderless Breadboard from £4.99 @ Maplin

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A range of solderless breadboard modules that can interconnect to suit individual requirements. The basic board AD-01 consists of four blocks of six columns of 28 rows, the sockets in each row being interconnected. The blocks are a standard DIP size apart, although MSI and LSI type chips can be used. At both ends of the blocks, there are two power busses. The ‘Red’ bus is made up of two separate rows of 12 connecting sockets, and the ‘Black’ bus is one row of 24 connecting sockets

There is an additional matrix of 30 by 6 sockets for non-dip type components. The six sockets in the vertical plane are interconnected. Each socket will accept solid wire from 20 to 30 swg (0•3 to 0•8mm). The base has a ‘sticky’ covering to hold the board firm on a workbench or surface. The AD-10 power block has 5 individual screw terminals that will accept 4•5mm Y-terminal, stripped wire or 4mm banana plug. Each terminal is connected to two sockets. The power block will snap lock onto the AD-01 base board to allow connections to the required power bus. The power block has the same ‘sticky’ base. After use the modules can be unlocked and remade into a different configuration.

AD-01 is 117 x 80mm
AD-11 is one AD-01 and one AD-10. Size: 147 x 80mm
AD-12 is two AD-01 and one AD-10 mounted on a blue base board. Size: 183 x 168mm
AD-13 is three AD-01 and one AD-10 mounted on a blue base board. Size: 265 x 168mm
AD-14 is four AD-01 and one AD-10 mounted on a blue base board. Size: 335 x 168mm
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littld#1
A breadboard? Not a bad price but the wooden ones at Sainsburys look better.
Inquisitor#2
An advanced breadboard? Lol. It's like saying advance note pad for writing.
xavierseb#3
Bought their AD-12 last month at same price. You have to unscrew them to figure out how they are wired before you can start using them.
montblanc#4
Inquisitor
An advanced breadboard? Lol. It's like saying advance note pad for writing.

It's a board for electronics, not cutting bread.
electrogear#5
Inquisitor
An advanced breadboard? Lol. It's like saying advance note pad for writing.

Muppet...
Jupiter Obscure 4 Likes #6
Which size would you recommend for building this?
http://xkcd.com/730/
http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/circuit_diagram.png

Edited By: Jupiter Obscure on Oct 13, 2012 15:47: added img
montblanc#7
Jupiter Obscure
Which size would you recommend for building this?
http://xkcd.com/730/



The smallest one, most of the stuff connected by the wires would not go on the board ;)
montblanc 1 Like #8
I bought this item 320918081252 off ebay for £4.80 a few months ago which is the board type they use in Arduino instructions. In comparison these look.. advanced ;) as in more complicated looking, but not nearly as good value for money?
BeerGoggles#9
montblanc
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An advanced breadboard? Lol. It's like saying advance note pad for writing.

It's a board for electronics, not cutting bread.

LOL. Now how silly do you feel right now young man?
arvydasj#10
I don't get it. Why is this considered to be a deal? The breadboards have always been overpriced like that in Maplin.

Cold from me. Chilly actually. If you want reasonably priced breadboards, go to eBay.
Zad#11
Why is this being voted hot? It is just the normal price. The same price it has been for ages.
Wiliamshakesbeer#12
montblanc
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An advanced breadboard? Lol. It's like saying advance note pad for writing.

It's a board for electronics, not cutting bread.
Thats the worst. Flmao.
plork#13
It's great that there is a shop on the high street that supplies electronic components, but unfortunately they do so at rather elevated prices. If you have some patience, you can get this for much less from Ebay. And for larger orders RS, Farnell and the like are also much better value.
pig_dog 1 Like #14
I miss Tandy! ;-(
Mascheranobanned#15
montblanc
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An advanced breadboard? Lol. It's like saying advance note pad for writing.

It's a board for electronics, not cutting bread.
Oh dear...

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