Bread Board Trainer: The Most Customizable Training Board
Breadboard trainers are thin plastic boards that are used to hold various electronic components such as transistors, resistors, chips etc. Simply put, these are used to make prototypes of various electronic circuits for training purposes. Although traditionally these trainers were unsoldered, a majority of these trainers today are soldered, thus enabling their reuse by simply removing the prototype of one electronic circuit and installing another one.
Breadboard trainers are very popular with the teaching as well as student community owing to their simplicity, easy operation and durability. These are widely used in various academic and scientific research institutions for training purposes. Prototypes of electronic systems ranging from analog and digital communications to radio and television systems can be installed on such trainers. Furthermore, these are ideal for basic as well as advanced electronic training purposes.
These trainers are available with various specifications and features. Our valuable buyers can avail these trainers as per their requirements at market leading rate.
Major Components of Breadboard Trainers
Rows and columns
Why Use Breadboard Trainers
For testing out a new and innovative idea and creating it's basic model.
For flexibility, if a prototype outgrows the breadboard trainer, another one can be easily attached to it, thus enabling the continuation of the prototype building process.
For testing of new electronic parts such as integrated circuits, embedded systems and many more.
To figure out the reason for malfunctioning of an electronic device by duplicating it's circuit on it.
No requirement of soldering the prototypes allows for easy design of circuits and also increased training and problem solving efficiency with minimal downtime's.
How to Connect a Circuit On to a Breadboard Trainer
A breadboard trainer has many small sockets or holes. Leads and terminals of a majority of circuit components like resistors, diodes and transistors can be pushed straight into these holes.
While putting circuit parts on a breadboard by taking the reference of a circuit diagram, one should concentrate on their connections and not their position vis-a-vis the circuit diagram.
One should ideally use single core plastic coated wire that has a diameter of 0.6 mm. For better reference, use wires that are used for computer networking.
Connect the positive leg of the circuit to breadboard power supply( it is generally attached to the breadboard trainer itself and colored differently for better identification.
Connect the negative leg of the circuit to the resistor.
When the breadboard power supply button is pushed, it connects the circuit to the ground thus completing it.