Anyone know where I could get a 2×20 version of this?

Their 2×5 is out of stock (I'd considered stacking 4 of these end to end, but it'd likely be nearly three times the cost of what I estimate the 2×20 would sell for).

I'm looking for a handful of these for easy raspberry pi b+ breadboard access without having to buy a bunch of cobbler kits or prying it out of the breadboard over and over.

IDC Breadboard Helper – 2×16 (32 pin) ID: 2103 – $1.95 : Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits
Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits IDC Breadboard Helper – 2×16 (32 pin) ID: 2103 – This 2×16 (32 pin – 0.1 spaced) IDC Breadboard Helper is great in conjunction with any 32-pin IDC cables.  It comes in two parts, a ‘pin-through’ socket and a male header. The socket straddles the center of a breadboard or Perma-Proto and then header plugs into the top of the socket. Since IDC cables are so


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  1. You cut what you have down. Little X-Acto saws go through that stuff nicely. Then if you want to get fancy you file, then polish the end you cut with progressively finer grits of sandpaper.

    Cut over size, and grind to final dimension. Or you may end up a pin row short. In my experience you pretty much have to sacrifice one row to make it work.

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