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  1. Hello. I recently bought a Digilent Arty FPGA dev board. I need to connect some 8-bit or 16-bit SRAM chips to the board and I have to determine what the best method would be, to bring out the ( 40, I believe ) data lines on the four 6x2-pin Pmod connectors on the side of the Arty and connect them to a solderless breadboard, preferably without any soldering involved in this process at all. I need access to the Arty's LEDs and buttons on the top so I don't really want to go with a stackable Arduino shield, which requires much soldering to attach a solderless breadboard, at least, soldering
  2. Which Breadboards fit to Analog Discovery 2? Do myDigital Protoboard for NI myDAQ & myRIO fit to AnalgDiscoverys connectors? Or to myProto Protoboard for NI myDAQ & myRIO ? Thanks for help! Andi
  3. Hi, a customers has question about how to secure the power terminal in the large breadboard we sell. (see below email). Hi, I ordered this item as part of a recent order: 424-BB-KIT-LARGE The item has a design flaw which means that the power terminal pins cannot be mounted onto the back board securely. To mount the power terminals one must align 2 washers on either side of the backboard. These washers have cut outs that match slots in the board hole. Unfortunaly because the back board is too thin these washers can never be mounted properly and the