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If you don't see a module that you need, there are 3 main options:
1. Make it yourself! Compatible modules are easy to make. Just put mounting holes for #4 screws that align to a 0.5" grid and you can mount whatever you like onto the backplanes. Our modules have 0.2" spacing between the mounting holes and the edge of the PCB to allow 0.1" clearance between modules.
2. Send us a request for a quote on making a custom module for you and we will review it. If you are willing to allow us to sell the design here, the quote will be discounted.
3. Find a module or product elsewhere that does what you need. You may be lucky and it will have mounting holes on a 0.5" grid or be able to be installed in a solderless breadboard. If not, it would be relatively easy to fabricate an adapter.
All assembly, final QC (quality control), and shipping is based at our headquaters in Utah, USA. The components used are mainly sourced from US distributors but some come from other parts of the world.
The modular electronics prototyping system is based on the simple idea of having #4-40 mounting holes on a 1/2" grid.
By using a backplane with a complete grid of holes, 1/2" standoffs, and modules/devices that have #4-40 mounting holes that lie on that grid pattern a rugged system can quickly be created with just a screwdriver.
The three key pieces are:
1. Backplane - browse ours or make your own custom ones
2. Compatible module(s) - browse ours or make your own custom ones
3. Hardware - standoffs, screws, and nuts
See our kits for some examples of the essentials needed to get started.
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