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Raspberry Pi breadboard breakout + cable
Raspberry Pi breadboard breakout + cable

With the Raspberry Pi breadboard breakout board, you can easily connect your Raspberry Pi with a regular breadboard. It fits on standard half-size and full-size breadboards. It even adds a couple of ground and power supply pins. Best of all, the pins are already soldered. You just have to plug the cable in. This breakout will get you prototyping on the Raspberry Pi in no time!

 

Product usage tips:

The breakout board is compatible with Raspberry Pi that comes with 40-pin connector. It comes with a HAT ribbon cable for the Raspberry Pi. It has an easyC port for easier connection with other I2C breakout boards.

 

If the breakout board is not working properly, it’s likely not connected correctly. Check the pinout and the wiring. The culprit might be there. If that’s not the case, check if the HAT ribbon cable is connected as it should be. It should be straight and go to the bottom of the pins.

USB Type A male breakout
USB Type A male breakout

The USB Type-A connection is still prevalent. If it’s in the electronic devices everywhere around us, it is only natural that we’d want it in our electronic projects. Adding a USB Type-A connection to your circuit is as easy as pie with this breakout board.

 

The breakout board breaks the GND, D+, D-, and VUSB pins out to the plated through-holes.

 

Product usage tips:

Male headers for the pads are added and need to be soldered. The breakout board has two mounting holes for placing it on different surfaces.

USB Type A female breakout
USB Type A female breakout

The USB Type-A connection is still prevalent. If it’s in the electronic devices everywhere around us, it is only natural that we’d want it in our electronic projects. Adding a USB Type-A connection to your circuit is as easy as pie with this breakout board.

 

The breakout board breaks the GND, D+, D-, and VUSB pins out to the plated through-holes.

 

Dimensions: 22 mm x 22 mm
Connectors: USB Type-A (female)
Mounting holes: 2

Raspberry Pi easyC adapter
Raspberry Pi easyC adapter

This adapter makes it easy to connect easyC devices and sensors to the Raspberry Pi. It has 3 pieces of easyC connectors and a female header for Raspberry Pi, next to the header there are pins for connecting 5V and 3.3V and ground pins. It simply connects to the Raspberry Pi because its pinout matches the pinout of the Raspberry Pi.

easyC adapter
easyC adapter

Do you have an old I2C board lying around that would be perfect only if it had easyC connectors? With the easyC adapter and a little bit of soldering, you can give it new life. It will be able to connect easily to newer boards with easyC cables.

 

The adapter has two easyC connection ports and four plated through-holes: SCL, SDA, 3.3V, and GND. It comes with pins that need to be soldered to the board.

 

Product usage tips:

Connecting easyC devices to the adapter is the same as to any other easyC device. Choose an easyC cable and connect it to the adapter. That’s it.

 

To ensure the longevity of the adapter, avoid working with it in wet environments. Device operates at the 3.3V voltage level so higher voltages can burn it.

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