Description: This is the SparkFun Solderable Breadboard. A bare PCB that is the exact size as our regular breadboard with the same connections to pins and power rails. This board is especially useful for preserving a prototype or experiment you just created on a solderless breadboard by soldering all the pieces in place.
Based on 5 ratings:
It’s pretty simple, really, it’s just a breadboard. However, it’s pretty much the best breadboard it can be. The through-holes heat nicely for really easy soldering, it feels really sturdy, and it looks nice. It’s a little weighty, so maybe not the best in flying/other weight sensitive projects, but overall, I have no complaints. Good work!
The holes in the ‘ + ’ and ‘ - ’ busses do not align with the main field of holes. They align with the spaces in between the holes instead. On regular breadboards they are slightly off due to tolerances of connecting the 2 pieces (main board and slender buss boards), but alignment is attempted. I would hope this to be corrected if a newer model is introduced.
Good suggestion. We’ll take this into consideration in the future. Sorry this didn’t fit the way you expected.
I had fun putting together the Arduino DMM digital multimeter instructable an analog circuit on these boards. I adapted the analog to connect in C programming to a C8051F320/1 breakout pcb. I didn’t want to order the PCB as to add MTA connectors.
Great boards for prototyping. The hole sizes accept to-220 devices.
I just wish it were cheaper!