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K & H RH-21B Prototyping Breadboard - 840 Tie Points

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Brand: K&H Manufacturing  MPN: RH-21B 
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This protobloc 2A (breadboard h21b) features 4 rows of 50 interconnected sockets suitable for use as power supply rails. All positions are clearly defined on an alphanumeric grid.

The ABS polymer board is mounted onto a rigid base plate complete with three 4mm terminals in red, black and green for power connections. A mounting bracket, which clips into the base, is also provided to accept a variety of components including switches and potentiometers, etc.

  • v2 (29x5) grid size
  • 840 holes
  • 0.3 to 0.8mm wire size acceptability
  • 3A contact current
  • ABS polymer body material
  • Silver nickel contact material
  • White colour

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    16 January 2013 Question by: K. Moore | Product code: 34-0660
    Q. 1, What is the spacing of the holes ? 2. What SWG can the holes Take ? 3. Is the board suitable for DIL IC's ? 4 I assume this is a clip in type board ie no soldering am I correct ?
    A. Hi Kenneth. Thank you for your question. Hole pitch is 2.54mm (0.1”). It usually works well with 0.6mm solid wire such as 01-0300. It will take DIL ICs. It is a push in type – no soldering.


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