No Wires Breadboard


We sell the world's first No Wires Breadboard. 

Implementing prototype electronic circuits typically requires placement of electronic components on a breadboard, wire wrap board, or a printed circuit board, and then attaching wires to connect them together according to a predefined design/schematic. While breadboards enable the reuse of all components due to the lack of soldering, attaching the wires to the breadboard for a complex circuit is messy and complicated and prone to human error.

A New Type of Analog Integrated Circuit

Integreight has developed a new analog integrated circuit that sits behind the breadboard and can make connections between any two points through software configuration rather than through physical wires. We have also developed a software suite that enables electronic circuit design and optimizes the placement and ‘virtual’ wiring of components on the breadboard

Multifunctional Breadboard

The No Wires Breadboard is a multifunctional hardware kit controlled via computer software. The main concept of No Wires Breadboard is to connect between the components of any electronic circuit without the need of using jump wires. As previously mentioned the old methods of wired connections arose the problems of complexity, inefficiency, unreliability, wasting time and effort. We offer a unique methodology of the solution for a real existing problem that is not offered by other solutions available in the market.

The breakthrough of No Wires Breadboard is that it combines between the simplicity and speed of software simulation, and at the same time provides realistic results as it is hardware implementation.


The following are results of using the No Wires Breadboard: 

  • Cut the time spent cutting, uncovering and placing the wires
  • Reduce the effort exerted
  • reduce the technical errors
  • User plugs Smart Breadboard kit into the computer
  • He then opens computer software that has a schematic view
  • He chooses the desired electronic components and draw connections between them virtually.
  • After finishing the circuit design, he goes to the breadboard view, where he places the components on the virtual breadboard
  • At the same time there are guiding LEDs on the hardware kit that lights the exact location of the selected component on the real breadboard
  • The user then clicks the upload button to upload the connections on the hardware, and the circuit is completed.