400 Point Breadboard


A 400-point breadboard refers to a type of solderless breadboard that has 400 terminal points or connection points. These breadboards are commonly used for small-scale electronics prototyping and experimentation.
Each hole on the breadboard is connected internally in a specific pattern, usually following a grid layout. The interconnected holes within a terminal strip allow components to be easily connected without the need for soldering. It is suitable for simple projects and experimentation, accommodating various types of components, such as resistors, capacitors, integrated circuits (ICs), and discrete components.