#1
So I bought a breadboard yesterday. I've used one before but it has been a couple of years, so I was wondering how the wiring on one works. The holes are only big enough for one wire so how should I connect components for a circuit?
#2
Quote by LesPaul567
So I bought a breadboard yesterday. I've used one before but it has been a couple of years, so I was wondering how the wiring on one works. The holes are only big enough for one wire so how should I connect components for a circuit?


the holes are connected to each other. my breadboard has two rows on the top and bottom that are connected horizontally. you can use those for the (+/-) supply and the ground. between this there are two fields of holes, seperareted by a little blank space. those holes are connected vertically.

the red lines on the picture are the internal connections



so you place a component in a hole and make connections with small wires, simple as that

this isn't rocket science, but i've seen last year students electronics make shorts with a few resistors and a trimmer
#3
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