Today we’re super excited to announce a new QFP prototype board for SMD parts, the newest addition to our Dangerous Protoboard collection. This giant protoboard has a xQFP breakout footprint, along with a score of other pads for SMD parts. Great for getting started with a new microcontroller.
Dangerous Protoboard: xQFP. Prototype board for working with xQFP chips and SMD parts. It has footprints for:
- 32-80pin xQFP packages, each pin brought to a header
- SOIC(W) chips from .150″ to .3″ (max 32 pins)
- xSSOP chips (max 32 pins)
- Buttons with pull-up resistor input area (2x)
- LEDs with resistor output area (8x)
- SMD or through hole crystal with capacitors
- SOT-23-3/5/6 (6x)
- 0805 R and C (8x, plus extras near IC footprints)
- DO-323 (8x)
- 24×10 pin through-hole prototype area
- Power bus routed near all components
- Silk labels on top and bottom
- Open source (CC-BY-SA)
- Design files
Currently available in 0.50mm, 0.65mm, and 0.80mm for $10.
Don’t know your size? See choosing a prototype board.
We’re super proud of this board, it’s something we use all the time to develop our own projects. What makes Dangerous Protoboards unique?
- Developed and constantly refined during real-world use prototyping our projects
- An open source licensed protoboard collection (CC-BY-SA), maybe the only one
- Each sale supports our efforts to buy a USB VID
We’re giving away a couple of these to celebrate the launch, just ask for one in the comments.