<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
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.
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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.