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31 March 2016 Question by: Mr Brenainn Woodsend
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.
28 May 2015 Question by: John
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
18 September 2014 Question by: John Elsby
| Product code: 34-0535
Q. Are the holes in each row connected?
A. Hi John. Thank you for your question. The holes along the stripboard are connected.
05 June 2013 Question by:
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.
28 May 2013 Question by: Simon
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.
26 May 2013 Question by: Simon
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.
24 May 2013 Question by: Wilf Lewis
| Product code: 34-0515
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.
10 April 2013 Question by:
Q. How you got a order cade for a sharp blade to cut this board?
07 April 2013 Question by:
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.
21 February 2013 Question by:
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.