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3220 Tie Point Solderless Breadboard



The 3220 Tie Point Solderless Breadboard has seven power distribution rails and supports up to 3 simultaneous but separate voltages - Ideal for prototyping.

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If you’re a Maker who dreams big, then you need big equipment to build your projects with. This is essentially what necessitated the creation of the 3220 Tie Point Solderless Breadboard, a massive canvas simply waiting to be prototyped upon with a plethora of breadboard jumpers, Electronics Components and other exciting circuitry.

What makes this breadboard so unique (of course aside from the blatantly massive size) is that it can support three separate voltages simultaneously. This allows you to build a truly diverse circuit, with some of the system running on 5V, while another part runs on 3.3V and the third part of your system running on yet another different voltage. This power capability, integrated into 700 tie points along 7 dual-rail distribution strips, makes it the ultimate solution to almost any small to medium-scale Prototyping projects.


Technical Specifications:

  • No. of Tie Points (Total)

– 3220 (2520 + 700)

  • No. of Tie Points (Terminal Strips)

– 2520 over Four Terminal Strips

  • No. of Tie Points (Power Distribution)

– 700 over Seven Distribution Strips

  • No. of Binding Posts

– 4

  • Power Connection Capabilities

– Up to 3 Separate Voltages

  • Wire/Component Size Compatibility

– 20-29 AWG

  • Material of Spring Clips

– Phosphor Bronze Nickel Plating

  • Material of Back Plate

– Black Aluminium

  • Material of Breadboard

– ABS Plastic


Typical Applications for the 3220 Tie Point Breadboard:

The 3220 Tie Point Solderless Breadboard is primarily used for prototyping, as it allows for wires and components to plug directly into the solder-free holes. This is great as it lets you build your circuit without committing to the final design, making changes along the way without having to solder anything permanently. Then, after you have designed your circuit, you can get a custom PCB built or simply keep it on the breadboard and purchase an enclosure for the entire system – since they are affordable enough to simply buy a new one for each major project.

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3220 Tie Point Solderless Breadboard

3220 Tie Point Solderless Breadboard