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crane 06-17-2012 03:25 PM

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Wheelchair bob, solder isn't meant to bridge gaps. It is actually meant to do the opposite by whicking up the through hole. I have tried this before too and got frustrated quickly. I use the extra lead from through hole components as a trace to connect over to other pins on the backside of the perf board. For long runs or components with real short leads I will use bus wire. I also have some bus wire insulation to prevent wires from shorting to each other. I can get the PN's for the bus wire and insulation I use once I get out of bed.

Here is some pictures of my brew control breakout board that plugs into 1 of the expansion ports on my microcontroller. I have a PFET to drive my SSR with an LED to show when it's on. I also have a dual opamp to subtract off the wire resistance for 2 separate 3 wire RTDs.

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crane 06-17-2012 03:25 PM

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Wheelchair bob, solder isn't meant to bridge gaps. It is actually meant to do the opposite by whicking up the through hole. I have tried this before too and got frustrated quickly. I use the extra lead from through hole components as a trace to connect over to other pins on the backside of the perf board. For long runs or components with real short leads I will use bus wire. I also have some bus wire insulation to prevent wires from shorting to each other. I can get the PN's for the bus wire and insulation I use once I get out of bed.

Here is some pictures of my brew control breakout board that plugs into 1 of the expansion ports on my microcontroller. I have a PFET to drive my SSR with an LED to show when it's on. I also have a dual opamp to subtract off the wire resistance for 2 separate 3 wire RTDs.

Attachment 65162



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