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ProtoQube – PQ60 PocketQube Breakout board

Friday, February 27th, 2015

ProtoQube, a PocketQube PQ60 breakout and prototyping board by Ozqube: The ProtoQube board is a full breakout of the PQ60 PocketQube standard connector, combined with a small .1"(2.54mm) pitch prototyping area. The 20 breakout contacts on each side are .05" (1.27mm) pitch. The board itself is 42x42mm. This board doesn't...

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