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Breadboard PCB Kit, Perma-Proto, Raspberry Pi

1171 - Breadboard PCB Kit, Perma-Proto, Raspberry Pi

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Breadboard PCB Kit
Raspberry Pi Development Boards
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1171 is a PermaProto quarter sized proto board in a blender with a Pi Cobbler for Pi. It has the Cobbler baked right in. Simply solder the 2 x 13 pin header in and will get all the labelled breakouts with tons of prototyping space, power rails, mounting holes and that gorgeous silk. This proto-board is the PCB with basic layout of a quarter sized breadboard (the PCB has 17 rows). The top side has a white silkscreen, and the markings to make transferring components easy. The bottom has a 4 hole pad design that matches a classic breadboard, with 4 power bus lines on the sides, and no mask so user can easily cut traces when necessary. The 1.2mm diameter drill holes are used so even parts with big leads will fit. All holes are thru plated for strength. The finish is a gold plate. There are also tons of mounting holes so user can attach the PCB to project box.
  • 13 rows of 4 pin holes breaking out GPIO cable, 4 rows of double 4 pin hole rows
  • 4 power rails with positive/negative markings
  • 46mm x 55mm, 0.063inch thick FR4
  • 1.2mm drill holes


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PCB, Box header.

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Used for thermometer I had a motion system set up with my rpi and camera, but wanted to keep an eye on the temperature in the room, so I used this to do adafruit's thermometer setup. I did not want to use a ribbon, so instead I purchased item # 1112, the stacking header and it elevated the board sufficiently for me to have it actually attached to the raspberry pi. Ended up being a nice little combo. My first soldering experience and it went well. April 22, 2015
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My Pi, which I bought from you recently, is "On" all the time. Do I need to turn it OFF? How best to do that?
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From the command line or a terminal window you can enter the following to do a clean shutdown
"sudo shutdown -h now"

or from the LXDE GUI
click the shutdown button (red power button) in the menu bar at the bottom right corner of the screen. then click shutdown.
Once it says "system halted" you can remove the power cord if needed
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