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New QFP prototyping boards tests arrived

Posted on Wednesday, January 9th, 2013 in Prototypes by DP

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A box of PCBs just arrived from Seeed Studio’s Fusion PCB service, expect them soon in our free PCB drawer. This batch includes:

  • xQFP80 +65 Protoboard
  • xQFP80 +50 Protoboard
  • xQFP50 +65 Protoboard

They are the latest revision of the QFP protoboards already available at Seeed.

Here’s the change list  (QFP protoboard 0.80mm + 0.50mm v2)
-Placed in a standard DP10080 (100 mmx80 mm) PCB
-Added dual QFP pitched footprint back to back to each, each QFP pads were extended for easy soldering
-SSOP32 and SOIC32 pads were also extended
-Added 2 USB footprints, a mini-B and a micro USB, each footprint were placed back to back to each other
-Due to a bigger QFP footprint some component footprint were removed, these are 2 x DO-323, 2 x RC0805, 3 x SOT-23-6

The previous versions of the QFP protoboards are available for $10.

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2 Responses to “New QFP prototyping boards tests arrived”

  1. Sleepwalker3 says:

    Will these also be available from Seeed at some point? Just curious.

    • Ian says:

      Slowly, as the other boards run out. The .80 version went in production today and should be available within a few weeks.

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