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Flower-SOIC ProtoBoard-MEGA Shield

$4.90
  • Model: EF07151
  • Shipping Weight: 30g
  • 1124 Units in Stock

Description

This version is Flower Series to support SOIC chip. Many of people suggest us add SOIC support. Such as Foxx D'Gamma said:support SMD and SOIC layouts for component adapters. Perhaps a PCB that will line up with the legs of a SOIC Chip but break away and line up with the pads of a Flower protoboard so you can lay the two on top of your board and do a quick solder-tack to get it in place and electrically connected to the board.



Black Flower ProtoBoard

Flower SOIC
Now let's introduce this product to you. Flower 2.4 is a Arduino MEGA compatible proto shield. This is a very simple but handy, double sided perf board. Standard 2.54mm(100mil) spaced holes for DIP component soldering. Great for quickly prototyping stackable circuits.

The really neat thing about this board is every pad like a flower. That is why we named it flower serials. Because of this unique pad shape,the Flower protoboard has some new features compare with traditional protoboard. You can solder SMT component. Include 0402, 0603, 0805,SOT-23 and so on. It is hard to use point-to-point wiring on traditional protoboard, and very waste solder. But now, you can do it easily on our flower protoboard. Even needless to practice. After testing we found that point-to-point wiring on Flower protoboard requires only less than half of the solder on traditional protoboard.

Flower SOIC

Features

  • Flower-shaped pad
  • Arduino MEGA compatible
  • Standard 2.54mm(100mil) spaced holes
  • 1mm Hole size
  • Black PCB
  • Easy to use point-to-point wiring, need less solder

Package List:
  • 1 x Flower-SOIC ProtoBoard-MEGA shield
  • 2 x 2.54mm 40Pin Male Header
  • 1 x 2.54mm 2X40Pin Male Header


  • Please visit our wiki page for more info about this product. It will be appreciated if you can help us improve the documents, add more demo code or tutorials.




    This product was added to our catalog on Monday 02 January, 2012.