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Using Arduino => General Electronics => Topic started by: Gadget999 on Jun 22, 2011, 10:12 pm

Title: Wiring and connectors
Post by: Gadget999 on Jun 22, 2011, 10:12 pm
need to get a bread board and some wires / connectors etc

currently using multiwire and some paperclips resistors etc

can any body recommend anything ?
Title: Re: Wiring and connectors
Post by: liuzengqiang on Jun 23, 2011, 02:05 am
Find something online that is cheaper than this but has similar size (3220 tie points)  Smaller boards are cheaper but a larger one is a much better investment. I have this one at home:
http://www.jameco.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product_10001_10001_20812_-1

I also bought this following before but the rubber feet didn't stick so I had to get some double sticky tape. It's cheaper though. They also have jumper wires.
http://dipmicro.com/store/ZY-208

I sell this following for prototyping also. Nice tool :)
http://www.inmojo.com/store/liudr-arduino-and-physics-gadgets/item/phi-connect-arduino-cable-management/
Title: Re: Wiring and connectors
Post by: Gadget999 on Jun 23, 2011, 10:28 am
http://www.inmojo.com/store/liudr-arduino-and-physics-gadgets/item/phi-connect-arduino-cable-management/

very neat product

did you design it yourself ?
Title: Re: Wiring and connectors
Post by: tkbyd on Jun 23, 2011, 10:45 am
I'm just a happy customer of....

wulfden.org

They have a neat little breadboard, very reasonable price. I have quite a few of them because I tend to get "just a few more" each time I order other things!

http://www.wulfden.org/TheShoppe/accessories.shtml
Title: Re: Wiring and connectors
Post by: liuzengqiang on Jun 23, 2011, 04:40 pm

http://www.inmojo.com/store/liudr-arduino-and-physics-gadgets/item/phi-connect-arduino-cable-management/

very neat product

did you design it yourself ?


Yep :)

I'm in the process to upgrade it to a stackable shield so while you pass arduino connections to the bread board with the phi-connect, you can still stack shields above it, taking advantage of both shields and breadboards, with a neat way, of course. All I needed was to modify my post and re-pack some kits.