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More Breadboard Adapters for 2015

We now offer a 15-pin flex cable adapter for breaking out the Raspberry Pi camera cable to a breadboard:  AD1MMFLEX15.  This adapter features a zero-insertion-force (ZIF) receptacle, making it easy to attach and detach the flex cable.  In fact, all of our 1mm flex cable adapters have now been upgraded to feature ZIF receptacles for ease of use! Check them out here.

New category:  Breakout Cables!  Now it's easy to breakout individual signals or groups of signals from a male header on any of our products!  For example, make a custom cable to connect port lines to an LCD module or keypad in seconds.  Just grab some modular housings and snap-in pre-crimped wires to customize exactly to your needs.

Last Updated ( Monday, 16 March 2015 08:18 )

New Breadboard Adapter Catalog Available

We've just finished putting together a catalog of all our solderless breadboard adapters in a convenient, downloadable document.  Click here to open it.

For Raspberry Pi enthusiasts, you'll find a handy ribbon cable adapter (ADIDC26-M) that enables you to breakout the 26-pin I/O connector to a solderless breadboard, for building and troubleshooting your own interface circuits.  If you need ribbon cables, we make those too.  In fact, we offer a handy bundle with a ribbon cable and adapter to make life easier!  Update 7/23/2014:  40-pin version for the new RaspberryPi B+ is now available!

For those using the STM32F4 Discovery Board, breakout the 50-pin I/O headers with our handy ribbon cables and ADIDC50-M adapters for your solderless breadboard!

And if you're using the Altera's DE0-Nano Development Board, you'll find breaking out the 40-pin headers is easy, using our ADIDC40-M and some 40-conductor ribbon cables.

Do you need to breakout a fine-pitch JTAG or SWD cable to a breadboard?  Check out our new 10-pin and 20-pin half-pitch adapters for solderless breadboard!

Whether you're building a MIDI project, trying to interface an XBee RF module, or needing to do 3V/5V logic level translation for SPI or I2C, you'll find a breadboard adapter in our lineup that will make your life easier!

If you prefer to browse online, click on Store, in the navigation bar, and select the Adapters category.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 13 November 2014 08:32 )