The TXB0102 Voltage Level Translator

I will be using the TXB0102 Voltage Level Translator. As you can see it is a small package. I am considering making a break-out board for it so it can be bread boarded. Before I do I am wondering if anyone else is interested or if there is already one out there that I haven't found.

Have you looked at generic SMD adapter boards? That’s what I use for this sort of requirement. You can buy them for most common SMD IC package types from Sparkfun (USA), Proto Pic (UK) and Futurelec (Australia).

SOT-23
SOT-70

I am sure you can find 0.5mm pitch by 3.2/3.3mm wide breakout boards on the web somewhere.
One example
~~http://www.schmartboard.com/index.asp?page=products_smttodip&id=450~~
edit: correct lead space adapter:
http://www.schmartboard.com/index.asp?page=products_smttodip&id=491

Jassper:
I will be using the TXB0102 Voltage Level Translator. As you can see it is a small package. I am considering making a break-out board for it so it can be bread boarded. Before I do I am wondering if anyone else is interested or if there is already one out there that I haven't found.

It's a great chip family, I've used it repeatedly and I'm very happy with it. That said, why go through the trouble you're suggesting when adafruit is offering a TXB108 breakout board for 8 bucks?

Constantin:
It's a great chip family, I've used it repeatedly and I'm very happy with it. That said, why go through the trouble you're suggesting when adafruit is offering a TXB108 breakout board for 8 bucks?

Perfect thanks, and no I hadn't thought about a generic breakout board. I'll keep that in mind for next time. :slight_smile: