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FYI, the phi-connect is a shield that passes all arduino UNO pins to a breadboard or a project box so you don't have to curse every time you reconnect say a glcd with 20 wires. You make the connections once and leave them with the connector board and reconnect to them in 5 seconds. My first version of ~100 kits have sold out and I just rolled out a new version of the breakout board for phi-connect. Now it has 5V and GND strips, better suited as a switchboard inside a project box now.

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You set up connections on your breadboard and keep the breakout board with the connections. You can connect to the LCD by inserting the ribbon cable into the breakout board's connection

I'm selling these on

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