This is a downstream E-blocks peripheral module, designed to be controlled by one of the upstream E-blocks processing boards which are available in a variety of MCU/CPLD architectures.
Solderless Prototype Board for E-blocks Systems
This E-block contains a small, 29 by 10 hole solderless prototype board for developing circuits and projects. Connectors for two E-block ports allow prototype wires and leads to be connected to the rows and columns on the prototype board. A small dedicated wire patch area allows more awkward components, like potentiometers and switches, to be soldered to the circuit board itself.
E-blocks Prototype Board Features
- 29 by 10 proto area
- Patch area for non-proto components
- Separate lines for power rails
E-Blocks Overview E-Blocks are small circuit boards each of which contains a block of electronics that you would typically find in an electronic system. Each E-Block performs a separate function as either an input sub-system, an output sub-system, an input/output sub-system or a processing sub-system.
E-Blocks can be put together to form a variety of systems that can be used for teaching and learning electronics, and for the rapid prototyping of complex electronic systems.
Each E-Block has one or more 9-way D-type connectors that provide up to eight input/output lines and a ground line. These D-type connectors allow connection between E-Blocks to be made in buses of multiples of 8 lines, just like a real electronic system. Power is routed separately to those E-Blocks that need it.
Processing E-Blocks based on PIC, dsPIC, ARM or AVR microcontrollers control the whole E-Blocks system. Processing E-Blocks provide up to five input/output ports with up to eight lines per port.
Please see the E-Blocks Category for a list of available components. For more details on E-Blocks, see the E-Blocks User Guide (in English, French, German and Spanish) or watch the Introduction to E-Blocks video.
Ships from: USA
Leadtime: In stock
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