A prototyping board designed for the Raspberry Pi Pico with the Pico pinout marked on the PCB.
If you liked the Breadboard for Pico and are ready to take your prototype to solder, you will love this board! This prototyping board is inspired by the MonkMakes Breadboard for Pico and has all the Pico's pin names on the PCB making it easy to make your project more permanent and robust.
You can solder the Pico to the prototyping board using the castellations around the edge of the board, or using header pins, or even solder header sockets onto the Pico Proto PCB so that you can easily swap out the Pico. There are also solder bridges to connect power busses.
The layout of the Pico Proto PCB is modelled on a 400-point breadboard, and after the Pico is soldered to the PCB, there are 10 more rows that can be used for your own through-hole components. Once complete, fit the project into your enclosure using the M2.5 mounting holes.
Raspberry Pi Pico, headers and components not included