OK, I'm in the middle of an Arduino project and I have a real ugly cobbled together RJ11 to breadboard interface. I was hoping that I could find a more elegant solution. I find myself using RJ11 plugs, jacks and wires because they are simple to use, readily available and, for some reason, I have a lot that I have scavenged together and saved over the years.
After a trip around the WWW, I came across two elegant solutions to my (and possibly others) RJ11 interface problems.
The first is from Winford in Bay City, MI. http://www.winfordeng.com/products/pbc6p6c.php
The other is from Gravitech in CA. http://www.gravitech.us/rjbrbo1.html
The one by Gravitech has me drooling - lots of interface options!
The really cool features about both of these connector/breakout boards is that after I get the kinks ironed out of my Arduino project, I can transfer everything directly to my Adafruit Perma-Proto board! Sweeeet ...
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