Hello all! (a newbie here)
Recently, I have received my first breadboard (a WBU-502) and the package contained a shiny alumunium plate (called a grounding plate on the back of the package), of the same size as the breadboard, that is completely detached from the breadboard itself.
The breadboard bottom is just a covered sticky layer, and I am confused about how the aluminium plate is supposed to help grounding the circuit? Also, is the breadboard any different in terms of accumulating static charge etc. from a common perforated board? Thanks!