[sdiy] "Final" prototype-PCB eurocards?

Rick Jansen rick.jansen at xs4all.nl
Tue Aug 4 23:02:57 CEST 2015

On 04/08/2015 21:41, Vladimir Pantelic wrote:
> like this?
> http://m.reichelt.de/Laborkarten/UP-922EP/3/index.html?&ACTION=3&LA=2&ARTICLE=23965&GROUPID=3374&artnr=UP+922EP

Ah, that is great, thanks! I see Conrad has them too:

<http://www.conrad.de/ce/de/product/529568> (epoxy @ 6,70 euro )
<http://www.conrad.de/ce/de/product/531380> (same as above, no brand, 10 ct cheaper)
<http://www.conrad.de/ce/de/product/531351> (fenol, cheaper @ 4 euro)

This is good, actually. I need it for a bunch (8) of I2C PCF8574 ic's, with a "bus" for 
SCL, SDA and INT signals, and a few supporting chips. The layout of this board is very 
good for that. And the price is reasonable too.

Pity the vertical "long" stripes have 29 holes, not 32, so you can only put 3 16-pin DIPs 
there, but it's alright. Can't have everything.

Thanks for the suggestions, all!


> On Aug 4, 2015 9:16 PM, "Rick Jansen" <rick.jansen at xs4all.nl
> <mailto:rick.jansen at xs4all.nl>> wrote:
>     I'm in the final stages of a few breadboard Arduino-based projects, and I'd like to
>     build the final-ish soldered version on a prototype PCB. I have some very old Eurocard
>     prototype boards like these:  <http://dropmix.xs4all.nl/rick/sdiy/veroboard.jpg>
>     The fenolic brown board is a Veroboard, the nice green fiber one has no brand apart
>     from a stylized "H" (?).
>     Vero seems to exist still, there are two boards that I found online that I like:
>     1.
>     <http://www.verotl.com/en/product/06-0166-integrated-circuit-bread-board-114.3-x156.21-srbp>
>     and a bigger board:
>     2.
>     <http://www.verotl.com/en/product/10-2448-6u-eurocard-integrated-circuit-development-board>
>     Tried to order 1. but the account fails to be created, and cost+shipping is 30 euros,
>     which is a lot...
>     I seem not to be able to find such boards elsewhere?
>     I really like the layout of these boards, with power strips, and 3-hole strips for the
>     DIP ic's.
>     Boards that just have a matrix of dots or long strips of copper I don't like.
>     Any other suggestions?
>     What do you use as prototype boards these days?
>     Thanks,
>     rick
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