Breadboarding is not something that I have done much of, but, with lots of small things I wish to build and test for up coming projects, it seems like a good time to start and waste much less pcb board. So, what i did was take a bunch of dual bus breadboards, and fixed them up on some MDF with some supporting items that are useful.
- 1x In-line Fuse
- 1x In-line switch
- 1x 5v regulator
- 1x 9v regulator
- 1x Arduino Nano, which also gives a 3.3v regulated supply.
This should cover most eventualities for power I could ever need, and I certainly have more than enough tie points even for the biggest prototypes.