Bakerboard Educational Electronic Breadboard Created By Clifford Dax (video)


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Makers, hobbyists and developers that might be on the lookout for a new electronic breadboard might be interested in a new device created by Clifford Dax called the Bakerboard.

The Bakerboard electronic breadboard is not just your normal everyday breadboard but is equipped with an oscilloscope, spectral display, function generator, and power supply and is available to purchase at an early bird discounted rate of $195

The Bakerboard is equipped with a backlit 320 x 240 pixel TFT display and is capable of providing makers with three power supplies at -12V, +5V, +12V.

Other features of the Bakerboard electronic breadboard include a 32 KHz Function Generator with seven waveforms, offset, amplitude, and frequency control, audio range dual channel auto-triggered oscilloscope, 25 KHz, seven ranges and a spectral display with spectrogram and waterfall mode for imaging audio signals at seven sampling rates.

Clifford explains a little more about his innovative and very unique Bakerboard electronic breadboard :

“We are excited to bring a low-cost audio range electronics development board to classrooms, labs, small businesses, and techno-geeks everywhere.  This idea has been bouncing around in our family for many years and now the technology has caught up to make it a reality at a price that schools and individuals can afford.  

We have paired a traditional prototype board (or breadboard) with an electronics suite so that the experimenter does not have to purchase the expensive electronics test equipment needed during development.  It is everything we wish we had when we were learning about circuits on a breadboard.”

The Bakerboard electronic breadboard project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website, so if you think the Bakerboard can help with your electronic creations, jump over to the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and make sure you receive one of the very first off the production line.

Source: Kickstarter