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HELP: solderless breadboard blocks with soldertails (where are they?)

Discussion in 'Misc Electronics' started by H. Myler, Jul 23, 2003.

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  1. H. Myler

    H. Myler Guest

    We need solderless breadboard blocks (the white plastic ones) that
    have soldertails so that they can be mounted to a PC board to bring
    signals from the board up into the block. 3M denies manufacturing
    these, but NI uses them on it's ELVIS system. Does anyone know a
    distributor or retailer? Do they have some special nomenclature (seems
    strange that a solderless thing would have soldertails!)

    Thanks,

    Harley Myler
     
  2. the Wiz

    the Wiz Guest

    Sounds like something you might get from Molex


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