Introduction: How to Color Your Breadboard

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السلام عليكم
hello everyone
this is my first project at instructable ,..
i am sorry because I'not really good in English but i can give you the main idea.
today i will help you to know some information about Breadboard actually bad breadboard and how to improve it to be easy to use.
there are breadboards haven't markes (blue & red) and have two part" every part 30 strips "
anyway every body have this problem in his breadboards, have to complete reading this instructable.

Step 1: First of All :

a /Breadboard/or/Testboard/or/protoboard/ is a construction base for prototyping of electronics.
we use breadboard because the solderless breadboard for electronics does not require soldering, it's reusable, & this is makes it easy to use for creating temporary prototypes and experimenting with circuit design

Step 2: Basics

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in testboard the hole patern for a typical etched prototyping PCB is similar to the node patern of the solderless Testboards.. shown above
- the layout of a typical breadboard is made up from tow types of areas called strips, strips consist of inter connected electrical terminals

Step 3: Terminal Strips

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the main areas to hold most of the electronics components we can find horizontal row holes unconnected marked as A,B,C,D,E and F,G,H,I,J

Step 4: Bus Strips

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to provide power to the electronic components a bus strip usually contain tow columns one for ground and one for supply voltage

Step 5: The Main Idea

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if you ready.. bring your pens ,red and blue and a ruler . and start working like a pictures

Step 6: Connect Just Ground Together

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if you need you can connect the group of ground with 30 strips with other group of ground by a small wire ..
finally the breadboard it well be good and easy to use
in the end thanks for reading and i'am so sorry because my English is horrible.
pray for peace in my country 'syria' :'(
thank you :-)


tarekh (author)2015-01-18

thanks and go on

mohammadsalem94 (author)tarekh2015-01-27

thanks for you

SparkySolar (author)2014-10-25

Thank you for your nice Instructable.


thanks for you

GScience (author)2014-12-21

please fix your English. I know it's not your first language but come on. Spellcheck people. Not to be rude or anything, I enjoyed the ible and It helped me... I have the same board as you

crazypj (author)2014-06-03

Works for me :)

When I first started, I didn't know the power strips were 'split' and thought I had a fault. Had to Google breadboard to find out it was normal (it's also how I ended up on Instructables ;) )

Tyorgg (author)2014-05-24

thank you! for those who want to start with breadboards it's very useful!

mohammadsalem94 (author)Tyorgg2014-05-24

thanks for you

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