A inexpensive, quick and easy, portable powered breadboard and LED tester. You can easily test your LED's before using them in your projects to make sure they work first. The remaining open holes in the protoboard allow for quick use of a breadboard.

Step 1: Materials


[http://cgi.ebay.com/ME-PB-103RAWD-3-x2-wireless-circuit-prototype-PCB-board_W0QQitemZ310090266685QQihZ021QQcategoryZ36327QQtcZphotoQQcmdZViewItemQQ_trksidZp1742.m153.l1262) MeasureExplorer 3" Protoboard or smaller]
Breakaway Female Header, cut to size, or something similar from an old board you have laying around.
RadioShack Battery Box
Solder and Soldering gun
Double Sided Sticky pads
Is a really nice ideea to have a tiny portable breadboard, try add more connectors and some power rails like in this picture : <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.kpsec.freeuk.com/images/bblinks.gif">http://www.kpsec.freeuk.com/images/bblinks.gif</a> <br/>
what kind if resistor is that I WANT TO MAKE THIS and can this work on a solderless breadboard
You could do this with a solderless breadboard. I think I used a 330 resistor. I found an even easier way to test though, I just use a 3v coin cell battery and touch the LED positive to positive, etc.
i know but this seems cool so yeah, thanks for tellin me the resistor size :)
pretty cool!
Nice and simple. Good job.
Thank you.

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