Nov 28, 2007

HiTechnic Prototyping Boards available


HiTechnic has released its Prototyping Board - from its website:


"The HiTechnic NXT Prototype board is available in two models, one with a prototype grid to solder your designs creating a permanent sensor or device interface and the solderless design that plugs into a solderless breadboard so you can quickly create many designs and reuse your electronic components."
Also available in addition to the two boards will be a parts kit (avail. Dec 3) .


So, the big question is: what will you do with it? Take some time to read the product page descriptions here - there's a LOT to read.

4 comments:

Andy said...

Thats awsome! I will get the Solderless set, for 6 dollars extra I get a second solderless breadboard and alot more jumper wires :-D And later when/if needed I will buy some solderable prototype boards. ;-)
Can't wait till I can order a solderless version and maybe a iRLink if I get the "new" bulldozer for x-mas :-D

-Andy

Eric D. Burdo said...

OK... That is definitely going on my Christmas list. :)

Brian Davis said...

It's a very nice little unit: amazingly simple to use, even for those of us without the electronics experience. I'll try to post more on this sometime soon, as I've seen some nifty applications using this.

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Brian Davis

Anonymous said...

I used to do breadboarding years ago. I bought this unit thinking I would know what to do with it. However, I am lost. In the pictures on their site they show capacitors and resistors. I used to be able to buy those individual parts but I am not sure they are avilable any more. Help from anyone who has already used the set and can give some suggestions.
Bill

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