SC115 – Breakout module for RC2014

Signal breakout module PCB to aid prototyping of RC2014 modules on solderless breadboards.

SC115 v1.0 Assembled

This PCB is designed as an aid to prototyping RC2014 modules on solderless breadboards. It allows RC2014 bus signals to be easily connected to a breadboard with Dupont cables.

SC115 v1.0 In use 3

The board includes flexible I/O address decoding, so you don’t need to include such circuitry on every prototype. The decoding has jumpers to configure the start address and range. This includes allowing partial decoding with shadow addresses.

The address decoding circuit provides an I/O enable signal (/IOEN) and also separate read and write versions (/IORD and /IOWR). This range of enable signals allows easy interfacing to most I/O devices.


  • Easy access to RC2014 bus signals
  • Flexible address decoding generates /IOWR, /IORD and /IOEN
  • Connection to solderless breadboards with Dupont cables

Documentation, including assembly details: SC115 v1.0 User Guide (PDF)



Download Schematic: SC115 v1.0 Schematic (PDF)

Here’s an example application. The module is breaking out signals to a couple of breadboards. One breadboard contains a simple digital input port and the other contains a simple digital output port.

SC115 v1.0 In use 4

The above example application is wired as shown below.

Example IO ports - schematic

You can purchase this printed circuit board from Tindie or EasyEDA. Alternatively you can download the Gerber file from EasyEDA and send it to your preferred PCB fabricator.


  • This design is made in accordance with the “designed for RC2014” labelling scheme.
  • RC2014 is a trademark of RFC2795 Ltd.
  • This product is designed for hobby use and is not suitable for industrial, commercial or safety critical applications.


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