DIY SILtheDIL adapter

Posted on Friday, November 4th, 2011 in project logs by DP

Many development modules come with DIL headers on each side of the board. This makes them totally unusable with a breadboard. To remedy this Arakis built an adapter that converts 2X20 dual row headers to a 40 pin single row of headers . It can either be used to directly stick a module into a breadboard, or connect it through a standard ATA hard drive ribbon cable.

Via the forum.

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