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'[SX] XS 48/52 Proto Board How To'
2006\02\15@084353 by jabshiern/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, jabshier wrote:

The DIP8 and Servo areas of the Proto Board are like this
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Where one pad is for the IC/servo pin and the other pad can be used for a wire to connect to a SX pin.  How do people connect other pads to a SX pin?  Do you try to get a socket pin and a wire in the same pad hole?  Or solder a wire on the part of the pin sticking out the back of the board?  I want to interface a DIP28.


A second question.  I assume that solid wire is prefered for board to board connections and stranded for off board.

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2006\02\15@102333 by Chris Savagen/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, Chris Savage wrote:

John,
  You could use solid 22 or 24 gauge wire to connect the pads together.  I will often use the clipped leads of components I solder into boards for jumpered connections if they don't need to be insulated.  As for off-board stuff stranded wire is usually a better choice, but you may noticed the larger holes around the bottom and right side of the board.  These are to route your wires and act as kind of a wire-guide/strain-relief to keep your connections secure.

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