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Stripboard


<P>These <STRONG>stripboards</STRONG> provide a simple form of printed circuit, ideal for prototype and development work. Featuring holes with a 2.54mm pitch, while manufactured with copper clad paper and phenolic laminate body material.</P>

  • Can be readily cut to size
  • Provides a simple form of printed circuit
  • Copper strips form the interconnections and can easily be cut where required
  • Made from copper-clad laminated board
  • All boards are punched on a 0.1in pitch


 
Board SizeTracks No.Holes
25 x 64925
64 x 952437
95 x 1273650
95 x 43236170
119 x 45546179
Question by Mr Brenainn Woodsend
31 March 2016

Q What's the best way to mechanically mount stripboard to a metal chassis?
A Hi Brenainn, thank you for your question. We would use something like these Nylon spacers.

Question by John
28 May 2015

Q What is the maximum board size you offer with the 2.54mm spacing?
A Hi John, thank you for your question. 455 x 119mm - 34-0540

Question by John Elsby | Product code: 34-0535
19 September 2014

Q Are the holes in each row connected?
A Hi John. Thank you for your question. The holes along the stripboard are connected.

Question by
06 June 2013

Q What is the maximum voltage difference between two adjacent tracks that could be used on these boards? Thanks
A Hi, thank you for your question. This stripboard is suitable for low voltages only - 30V max.

Question by Simon
28 May 2013

Q The parts given are for PCB headers and sockets ... I am looking for an edge connector - something the board slots into and makes a connection to each of the tracks
A Hi Simon. Thank you for your question. Unfortunately we do not stock any suitable edge connectors for this strip board.

Question by Simon
28 May 2013

Q Do you have an edge connector range which is compatible with this stripboard ?
A Hi Simon. Thank you for your question. The edge connector range suitable for this strip board can be found here and the other connecting part here.

Question by Wilf Lewis | Product code: 34-0515
28 May 2013

Q What is the diameter of the holes?
A Hi Wilf. Thank you for your question. The holes on the board are 1.2mm in diameter.

Question by
10 April 2013

Q How you got a order cade for a sharp blade to cut this board?
A Hi, thank you for your question. Any of the following would be suitable: 86-0048, 86-0664 or 86-0050.

Question by
08 April 2013

Q What material is this board made of? How could it be cut to size if necessary?
A Hi, thank you for your question. The board is made of laminated plastic one side and copper track on the other. This can be easily cut by scoring with a sharp blade a couple of times and then gently breaking of with your fingers.

Question by
22 February 2013

Q What is the difference between a strip board and matrix board?
A Thank you for your question. Strip board has one side with a copper coating to enable components to be soldered in and connections made. Matrix board is purely a board with holes in and no copper on either side - so no connections between products.


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