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core51822 breadboarding

A project log for Bluetooth Gamepad Phone Case

A bluetooth gamepad integrated into a phone case.

MaaveMaave 12/21/2017 at 21:411 Comment

Unfortunately the core51822 modules use a 2.00mm (0.787") pitch rather than regular breadboard 0.1" (2.54mm). It's double row (2x9 pin) as well which makes DIY adapters more difficult.

There are a couple solution.

edit: after using it for a few days my 0.1" jumpers have failed. Scratch that method. I've instead swapped some headers with an inch of 24 AWG wire. More attempts to come later.

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Peter Windridge wrote 02/16/2020 at 11:59 point

Hi, old post but I got a few boards made up for a remote control project- uses a standard 2mm pitch connect from RS ( https://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/pcb-sockets/7644648/ )  components.  If you're in the UK I can post at cost- details https://peter.windridge.org.uk/home/bike-handlebar-bluetooth-remote-control-for-phone-navigation-and-music .  Might be suitable for game pad with some bodging.

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