What is a Breadboard?
A breadboard is a widely used tool for designing and testing circuits.
You don’t have to solder wires and components to create a circuit while using a breadboard.
It is easier to mount and reuse components.
Because components are not soldered, you can change your circuit design at any time without hassle.
It consists of a series of conductive metal clips in a shell of white ABS plastic, in which each clip is isolated with a different clip. There are a number of holes in the plastic shell that are arranged in a certain way.
A typical Breadboard layout consists of two types of regions that are also called strips. Bus strips and socket strips. Bus strips are usually used to power the circuit.
It consists of two columns, one for supply voltage and one for earth.
Socket strips are used to keep the components in a circuit. In general, it consists of two sections with 5 rows and 64 columns each. Each column is electrically connected from the inside.