NEW PRODUCT: xQFP breakouts

Posted on Wednesday, January 26th, 2011 in Prototypes by Ian

Prototype with QFP size surface mount chips. Currently available in 0.50mm, 0.65mm, and 0.80mm.

  • 32-80pin xQFP packages
  • Each pin brought to a header
  • Open source (CC-BY-SA)

Don’t know your size? See choosing a breakout board.

Available in 0.50mm, 0.65mm, and 0.80mm for $3.

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3 Responses to “NEW PRODUCT: xQFP breakouts”

  1. KarlP says:

    umm, since when is 80mil == 0.8mm? Your wiki page says that too, but it’s the first time I’ve ever heard that. 0.1″ == 100mil == 2.54mm 0.05″ == 50mil == 1.27mm. The datasheet you refer to shows 0.5mm,which is 0.0197 inches, or, 19.7mil. I’m sure this actually _works_ but the labelling/naming is off.

  2. Tayken says:

    I’ll get some with my next order (BPv4 developer version) :)

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