3 Pack – SMT Breakout PCB – 48QFN / 48TQFP
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Need to prototype with a SMT chip? One side of this SMT breakout PCB has a 7x7mm 48-TQFPP pin out with traces going to two rows of 0.1″ spaced holes, the other has 7x7mm 48-QFN. Solder your chip to either side and you're ready to test on any solderless breadboard. There’s even a THM pad on the opposite side of the QFN body pad so you can fill it with solder for a heat sink and/or connect a wire to it (say when the pad must be grounded).
Each item comes with 3 PCBs, each PCB is identical. We also recommend picking up some 40 Pin Breakaway Headers to go with these!
- Designed for 7x7mm 48-QFN and 7x7mm 48-TQFP chips
- 3 Boards per pack
- Dimensions: 60.75 x 20.5mm
- 0.1″ Breadboard Compatible
SMT Soldering: https://learn.adafruit.com/smt-prototyping-using-breakout-pcbs
This product has a 30 Day Warranty from the date of delivery. The item must not be modified, abused, incorrectly hooked up, or used for purposes outside the original scope of design.
This product is Final Sale and cannot be returned once purchased.
Len Ralph –
What does “breakout” mean?
Front Desk @ BCR –
Breakout is short for “breakout board” – which is a circuit board designed to break out all of the pins from a small integrated circuit to something a little more workable. With electronic components continuously getting smaller and smaller they are also becoming harder to work with when experimenting or building a prototype. Typically a breakout board will drop right into a solderless breadboard. Most breakout boards will have the focus component as well as all of its supporting components (capacitors, resistors, ect) already installed – making them quite easy to work with.
This specific board doesn’t have anything installed – it is just a blank, meaning you can solder any integrated circuit in a 48QFN or 48TQFP and break out all of the pins to a solderless breadboard format.
Hopefully that helps!