Thanks.But beware the cheap 'Dupont' copies whose pins are so soft they break off in the breadboard almost as soon as you start using them... (and the female ones grip only once).
The pin-jumpers at the middle & bottom of this breadboard with the circular fitting are the ones I fnd most robust. The'dupont' crimped style with a square cover at the top right are the typical shape of the cheap ones
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Thank you.The problem I have with the box kit on top is I never use most of the longer wires and fabbed more of the shorter wires. 2-6 spaces.
These have a few longer wires that come in handy. 2-3 bundles will do ya.
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I like to use both the fixed wires and jumpers as needed. Having a bunch of jumpers waving in the air acting like antennas is asking for signal problems.
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