SMD-to-DIP adapter board layouts

I often have SMD ICs that I want to use in a breadboard prototype. For this I have made some one-sided adapter PCBs:

In addition to above SOIC-DIP adapters I have made some TSSOP-DIP adapters.
All of them can be downloaded in my SMD2DIP adapter package (ZIP with Eagle board and schematic files, 55 KB).
Please let me know if you find them useful.

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  1. anonymous

     /  March 10, 2008

    Jose Neto writes:

    Yes, they are useful. I have one question – How can I solder them on the motherboard? Maybe using sockets?regardsJose

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  2. raphman

     /  March 11, 2008

    Hi Jose,I'd use pin headers. Solder them to the board first, then solder the side onto the board.

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  3. anonymous

     /  March 12, 2008

    4z4rb writes:

    Great!!Thank you for your effort!

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  4. anonymous

     /  March 17, 2008

    keds writes:do i need to draw wires frm the back of these small pcb's to put in the socket of pic programmer with 28 pin dip socket

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  5. anonymous

     /  December 6, 2008

    Adrian writes:

    Excelent work, thanks for sharing!

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  6. anonymous

     /  December 11, 2008

    cela writes:Thanks…Thanks…Thanks…Thanks…Thanks…Thanks…🙂

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  7. anonymous

     /  July 4, 2009

    PA1WS writes:Great stuff !!!!Rafael, I owe you a beer.Walter

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  8. anonymous

     /  July 30, 2009

    murli writes:thanks a lot dude!!i'm still learning eagle cad and my attempts using eagle to make such adapter boards were all failures.

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  9. anonymous

     /  September 13, 2009

    Anonymous writes:Thank you very much. This has saved me hours of work

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  10. anonymous

     /  December 10, 2009

    Francis Perea writes:Great job! Thanks a lot for making it public. You saved me a lot of work.

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  11. anonymous

     /  February 8, 2010

    jenriquez writes:I don't see the difference between adapters and adapters_01_many, they're just the same.

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  12. anonymous

     /  March 2, 2010

    Luis writes:I'd like to use some kind of adaptor for this device:http://amber-wireless.de/58-1-AMB8420.htmlCan you give me some help?Where can I find some adaptor?Thanks,Luis.

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  13. anonymous

     /  April 1, 2010

    Charles writes:Great Job!Thanks for it!You are realy renerous, showing a the good for all!

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  14. anonymous

     /  June 3, 2010

    Anonymous writes:Really really thanks!!!!

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  15. anonymous

     /  June 27, 2010

    Anonym writes:very good. Much THXToni

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  16. anonymous

     /  August 14, 2010

    Stephen writes:Thank You! You have saved me both time and money with your gift. Do you have any templates for any SMD's with a higher pin count? If so, and you are willing to share, please reply and I'll see what needs to be done to get a copy,

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  17. anonymous

     /  January 7, 2011

    Vatsal writes:Thank you very much..It is really a helpful effort..

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  18. anonymous

     /  February 18, 2011

    Anonymous writes:Oh yeah! After half an hour looking for ONE TSSOP16 to DIL adapter, I found this, which is even better!Thanks very much for the effort!(If you wanna know what I'm going to do with them, look in some days in my blog: vlxs.wordpress.com)Thanks!

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  19. anonymous

     /  March 13, 2011

    Anonymous writes:grateful for the pcb, greetings from Colombia

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  20. anonymous

     /  March 19, 2011

    rouiche12 writes:Thank you very much

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  21. anonymous

     /  March 19, 2011

    Anonyme writes:Thank you very much

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  22. Shaunak

     /  May 10, 2011

    Thanks you so very much.😀

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  23. anonymous

     /  December 2, 2011

    SnoopyDog writes:Thanks…!

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  24. can u upload link again ? I can not download it

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