Solderless breadboards make prototyping simple. Breadboards enables you to connect electronic components in thousands of ways to produce working circuits without soldering or damaging your circuit board — and you don't need additional tools. A breadboard is made up of formed metal sockets firmly secured in a durable plastic housing. The breadboard's grid pattern is a useful combination of isolated tie points serving as discrete points in the circuit as well as a continuous bus structure that distributes power and provides common ground points.
Our durable breadboards feature nickel-plated clips designed to withstand five thousand insertion cycles and come with an ample supply of jumper wires. Most models have heavy-duty aluminum backing and voltage and grounding posts. Ideal for educational electronics environments and prototype development.
Solderless Breadboard Basics