Mounting Plate for Arduino
One of the biggest challenges when prototyping is just keeping everything in place. Often the spring of the hook-up wires is enough to lift small sensors or slide your Arduino and breadboard away from each other on the bench – hardly secure for testing. This prototyping plate aims to solve the problem!
The plate is produced in house at BC Robotics from laser cut 1/8″ acrylic. It has 6 perimeter mounting holes as well as plenty of space for the included adhesive rubber feet – this should keep your project where you want it! There are also 6 mounting holes for Arduino – the plate can accommodate all standard R3 footprint Arduinos (Uno, Leonardo, Ethernet, and Yun) as well as the larger Mega, MegaADK, and Due. Next to the Arduino, a Large Solderless breadboard (not included) can be mounted using its adhesive backing. There is also space below for a battery pack.
Each kit includes the plate, 4/40 x 3/8″ machine screws, 4/40 nuts, and a set of adhesive rubber feet.
Tight fit, standoffs recomended.
Is not completely compatible – may require modification, accessories, or lack full functionality