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    Hi there,
    I am working on Xbee modules which require PCB's with a pitch(distance between holes) to be of 2mm(regular ones being probably 2.5mm)
    I am residing in delhi ,so can any one please tell me a shop where I find it?
    I am looking out for some specific shops/contacts
    please also mentione if you have had previously a similar problem?


    regards

    Humty_Dumpty

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    Senior Member T-1000 debu's Avatar
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    @humpty: If you mean Prototyping Board, then you may be able to get it at Bhagirath Place. But I very much doubt it, you will most probably need to get them fabricated.

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    Debu

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    As per my knowledge and experience the standard ptch size of all ic sockets and components is 2mm.
    Try hard, as thats the only thing in your hand

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    @rohitd: Mr. humpty_dumpty stated in his starting post that he wanted prototyping PCB's. The standard for these is .1 inch between each hole.

    Now, 1 inch = 25.4 mm. Ergo, .1 inch = 2.5mm.

    2mm pitch is something, I have not seen in standard IC's. But apparently XBee Modules have this pitch.

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    Debu

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    Quote Originally Posted by debu
    @rohitd: Mr. humpty_dumpty stated in his starting post that he wanted prototyping PCB's. The standard for these is .1 inch between each hole.

    Now, 1 inch = 25.4 mm. Ergo, .1 inch = 2.5mm.

    2mm pitch is something, I have not seen in standard IC's. But apparently XBee Modules have this pitch.

    Regards,

    Debu
    Well I have seen use of 2mm modules before too in some of the small GPS modules

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    Note that the ribbon pcb mount connector which we generally found in dvd / cd players has apitch of 1 mm, you can use it by seperating inbetween one pin cost for 6 pins is around Rs. 2 in Mumbai.

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    I guess it would be easier to just get wires out from the XBee module and then use standard pitch PCB.

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