The Arduino is a great microcontroller platform for all kinds of projects, but it’s frustrating when the wires are everywhere. While a breadboard is enough to make a LED blinking project, an Arduino-powered robot arm or an alert system is a complex project that requires a lot of wires.
The MODLINK is a programmable modular circuit board designed by Jin Lee with the aim to change the prototyping area with a modular board that avoids the use of wires. The modular board can save time and effort for any maker and hacker involved in the development and testing of their project ideas.
With a modular design and dimensions that can host a wide range of modules, any user can add and remove MODLINK modules on the prototyping board. From a volume to relay, Bluetooth or Ethernet link, the list of modules covers a large area of applications in robotics, automation and controls.