Breadboard TIPS

Introduction: Breadboard TIPS

Hi, I will share tips on how to make it easy to connect cables from Amphenol AVRdopper to the breadboard, as a bonus there are also LED w / resistor that is easily mounted on a breadboard.
Thank you

Part List :
- 5 pin male header x 2
- 5x2 pin male header x 1
- 2 pin male header x 2
- trainer PCB board x 1
- 3mm LED x 2
- 220 resistor x 2

Step:
1. cutt the trainer PCB board what you need
2. solder them (pin header, LED, resistor, etc.)
3. finish :)

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    4 Discussions

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    pfred2
    pfred2

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Double row header connectors are a pain to deal with on breadboards. Your method offers some advantages.

    Your LED takes up too much breadboard space. Just trim one LED lead shorter, then solder a resistor inline with it. When I want to get fancy I heatshrink wrap the leads. Color coded positive and negative of course!

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    4lifenerdfighter
    4lifenerdfighter

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    You don't have to color code. It's easy to look inside the "dome" of the LED. There are two pieces of metal in there, and the bigger one is negative.

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    alienagasta
    alienagasta

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    to provide a color code on the breadboard I do not think it possible, maybe is a bit inconvenient. I think to find a negative or positive can use the method as described by 4lifenerdfigter.