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The Raspberry Pi is a great little board just ripe for hardware hacking and the quickest way to build hardware is on breadboard. So we are going to ...
We don't need much in the way of parts or tools to build the adapter: Parts: 1x 26-W IDC Box Header 2.54mm 2x 13-W Pin Strips 2.54mm 1x ...
The first thing we need to do is cut our piece of veroboard / strip board to an appropriate size. I cut mine so it had 6 holes ...
Once we've cut our strip board to size we can solder the 26-w IDC box header to it. It's easier if you use something to hold the strip ...
Because the I'm only using single sided strip board, we need to adjust the pins of the Pin Headers so they can be soldered to the strip board ...
It always makes sense to check your soldering to make sure there are no short circuits. You can visually check it and use a multimeter set to resistance ...
If you're happy with your soldering and there are no shorts or other issues, you're now ready to connect a breadboard to you Raspberry Pi. Use a 26-W ...
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