Adafruit Raspberry Pi Prototyping Plate KitReviews
Now that you've finally got your hands on a Raspberry Pi ®, you're most probably itching to create some fun embedded personal computer projects with it. This tends to make it easy to semi-permanently wire in sensors, LEDs, and so on. First up, there's a big prototyping area, half of which is 'breadboard' style and half of which is 'perfboard' style so you can wire up DIP chips, sensors, too as the like. There's also a 4-block terminal block broken out to 0. Raspberry Pi not Included We added lots of basic but crucial goodies. Along the edges of the proto area, each of the GPIO/I2C/SPI and power pins are broken out to 0. 1"stips so you can very easily connect to them. 5mm screw-terminal blocks. On the edges of the prototyping area, all of the breakout pins are also connected to labeled 3. 1"pads for general non-GPIO wiring. Finally, we had a little space remaining over the metal connectors so we put in an SOIC surface mount chip breakout area, for those chips that dont come in DIP format. What you need is an add on prototyping Pi Plate from Adafruit, which can snap onto the Pi PCB (and is removable later should you wish) and gives you all sorts of prototyping goodness to make building on top with the Pi super easy.
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