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Solder terminal to breadboard

Discussion in 'General Electronics Discussion' started by OJdoesIt, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. OJdoesIt

    OJdoesIt

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    Is there any adaptor or such that can convert a solder terminal component to a loose wire to easily connect to a breadboard? Or is there a special wire where you solder one end and then other end is a breadboard wire?
     
  2. dorke

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    Yes there is a wire that can do the job:

    For short distance use a cut resistor leg to be plugged into the breadboard.
    For longer distance solder the needed length wire to a cut resistor leg to be plugged into the breadboard.
     
  3. OJdoesIt

    OJdoesIt

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    Thanks. Do you happen to have a link to a wire I can buy that you recommend or personally use?
     
  4. BobK

    BobK

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    Just use one of the jumper wires from your breadboard.

    Bob
     
  5. BGB

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    or the cheapest spool of stranded 24 or 26 AWG wire you can find.

    better yet if you can find some of the stuff where the insulation melts off onto ones' hands the moment the wire gets sufficiently warm (but one may find luckily it also washes off in warm water).
     
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