How to Color Your Breadboard

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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

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

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

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

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

Step 6: Connect Just Ground Together

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
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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 :-)

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    GScience

    3 years ago on Introduction

    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

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    crazypj

    4 years ago on Introduction

    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 ;) )

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    Tyorgg

    4 years ago

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

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