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DIPtheDIL use dual row headers in a breadboard

Posted on Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 in DIY by DP

After posting about SILtheDIL, we received another idea on how to break-out dual row headers. Victzh and Shaos made similar adapters that allow dual row headers to be used with a standard breadboard. They write: “it’s more like “DILtheDIP” or “DIPtheDIL” :)”.

Via the forum.

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3 Responses to “DIPtheDIL use dual row headers in a breadboard”

    • Victor says:

      On this photo I can not see well, is it dual row or single? The point of making adapter was to have both rows of dual row broken out to breadboard, and the breadboard have the 300mil gap.

      And I believe that nothing really new can be done in this area, but I am not EE, so I was not taught this kind of tricks and that is why I find forums like this especially useful for me.

  1. Victor says:

    Whoa! My board at your blog!

    By the way, I use it lately to debug my build of Papilio board, lacking more professional multi-channel signal generator.

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