How large is a current which a breadboard can handle?

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by Peter Pan, Feb 25, 2009.

  1. Peter Pan

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    Hello All,

    I want to test some of power supply and power amplifier designs which use high currents (up to 10A) and I am interested whether a breadboard can handle so large currents?

    Thank you.


    P.S. I am going to use Wish 502-L breadboard from the family described at http://www.wishmaker.com.tw/cubecat/front/bin/cglist.phtml?Category=8 Unfortunately, they do not provide information on maximum current for their products.
     
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  2. SgtWookie

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    I wouldn't put that much current through a breadboard; you'll likely fry it. I'd keep it to under 2A.

    But you can write to them; wishmake (at) ms59.hinet.net
     
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