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  Tronix 1 analog - book
This hands-on lab will teach you how to build 35 of the most interesting experiments you have ever seen on a solderless circuit board, and as you do, you learn how the basic components work in a circuit. You will enjoy hours of fun creating all kinds of sounds and light displays. This lab is used in thousands of schools all over the world. Amaze your friends with all the circuits you can create and you may be on your way to an interesting career in electronics and computers. Table of Contents 40 Lessons and Experiments. L01 - Basic Electronic Circuits L02 - How to Read the Resistor Color Code L03 - How to Use a Solderless Circuit Board L04 - How to Read Capacitor Values L05 - How a Resistor Works L06 - How a Potentiometer Works L07 - How a Photocell Works L08 - How a Capacitor Works L09 - How a Speaker Works L10 - How a Diode Works L11 - How an SCR Works L12 - How an NPN Transistor Works L13 - How a PNP Transistor Works L14 - A Two-Transistor Oscillator L15 - How an 555 IC Timer Works L16 - Ohms Law / E=I*R L17 - Resistors in Series L18 - Resistors in Parallel L19 - Measuring Voltage with a MM L20 - Watts Law / P=I*E L21 - Kirchhoffs Voltage Law (KVL) L22 - Kirchhoffs Current Law L23 - Dual Burglar Alarm L24 - Automatic Night Light L25 - DC to DC Power Supply L26 - Electronic Metronome L27 - Electronic Motorcycle L28 - Railroad Lights L29 - Variable Speed Lights L30 - Continuity Tester L31 - Audio Generator L32 - Electronic Police Siren L33 - IC Screaming Box L34 - Variable Timer L35 - Moisture Detector L36 - Morse Code Oscillator L37 - Nose-Beeper Game L38 - English Police Siren L39 - Insanity Alarm Game L40 - Electronic Organ
  Tronix 2 digital - book
Lab Manual which goes through 39 different lessons and experiments. Table of Contents 1 .Digital vs Analog 2. Digital Terminology 3. Solderless Circuit Board Assembly 4. LED Logic Indicator Circuit 5. 'AND' Logic Gate with discrete components 6. 'OR' Logic Gate with discrete components 7. 'NOT' and 'YES' Logic Circuits 8. 'NOR' Logic Gate 9. 'NAND' Logic Gate 10. 2 'NAND' Logic Gate Clock 11. 'NAND' Logic Gate Timer 12. 2 'NAND' Logic Gate Memory Circuit 13. 555 Timer IC and formulas 14. Binary Counter Circuit (MOD16) 15. Decade Counter Circuit (MOD10) 16.2,4,8,16 Divider Circuit 17. Digital Readout LED display 18. Digital Readout Decoder Chip 19. Digital Counter with 7-Segment Display 20. Digital UP-DOWN Counter 21. 8-Output Multiplexer Circuit 22. Digital 'Chasing Lights' Circuit 23. Visual 'Logic Probe' Circuit 24. 'Touch-Activated' Pulse Generator 25. 555 Pulse Train Generator 26. Yes/No Decision Maker Circuit 27. Yes/No/Maybe Circuit 28. Stop-Action Timing Circuit 29. Digital 'Touch-Activated' Switch 30. Digital 'Stepping Touch-Activated' Switch 31. Digital 'Light-Activated' Counter Circuit 32. 'Winning Number' Generator 33. Digital Dice Circuit 34. Introduction to Flip-Flops 35. 'D' Flip-Flop circuits 36. 'J-K' Flip-Flops 37. Schmitt Trigger 38. Shift Registers 39. OP AMP Circuits Each experiment comes with a complete lesson with drawings and diagrams to explain the concepts of digital electronics
  Solderless Breadboard 840 tie-points
Breadboard for solderfree experiment circuits Specifications: External body: ABS Internal interconnected clips: nickel plated phosfor bronze Contact life : 50,000 times bus strip: 4 tie points: 840 14-pins IC capacity: 9
1 - $8.31
10 - $7.48
  Bread board 270 connections
Breadboard for solder free prototyping. Specifications: External body: ABS Internal interconnected clips: nickel plated phosphor bronze Contact life: 50 000 times bus strip: 2 tie points: 270 14-pins IC capacity: 2 Dimensions: 83 x 46 mm
1 - $4.70
10 - $4.23
  Hook-up wires w. pins for breadboard - soft 70pcs
Pack of 65pcs jumper wires in assorted lengths and colors. A must in every lab! Fits breadboards. Each cable is terminated with a ø0.5mm pin. Contents: * 45pcs 100mm * 10pcs 150mm * 5pcs 180mm * 5pcs 230mm
1 - $4.22
10 - $3.80
25 - $3.16
100 - $2.53
  Breadboard 840 conn. on a board
Breadboard for solderfree experiment circuits Specifications: External body: ABS Internal interconnected clips: nickel and silver alloy bus strip: 4 tie points: 840 14-pins IC capacity: 4 binding post: 3
1 - $11.93
10 - $10.73
  Solderless Breadboard 400 tie-points
Breadboard for solderfree experiment circuits. The holes are interconnected 5 and 5 plus four bus strips that extend the length of the board. The pitch between holes are 2.54mm (0.1") and fits all DIL-package ICs and all of our breakout boards. Multiple boards can be attached together to form one big unit. This model is of the same type used in Arduino Starter kit. Specifications: External body: ABS Internal interconnected clips: nickel and silver alloy bus strip: 4 tie points: 400 14-pins IC capacity: 2 Dimensions: 82 x 55mm
1 - $7.11
10 - $6.40
25 - $5.69
  IOIO and Breadboard Holder
This holder allows you to safely secure a IOIO development board and a self-adhesive breadboard in place to easily run jumper wires in between the two to form simple or complex prototyping circuits. Unlike it's cousin, for the Arduino, this IOIO and breadboard holder has been made specifically for use of the IOIO development board This prototyping holder includes two screws for mounting your IOIO dev board. The self-adhesive breadboard that fits this plate can be found in the related items below. Includes: 1x IOIO and Breadboard Baseplate 2x Mounting Screws
  Miniature solderless breadboard 2x4 connections
Add a micro-slice standard solderless breadboard to your Perma-Proto or other perf-board. This 2x4 point solder-less breadboard is a good way to add some solderless prototyping space if you just need to have a couple points. Comes with one 18mm x 8mm x 8mm piece of solder-less breadboard. There are two white posts on the bottom for PCB positioning.
1 - $1.45
10 - $1.08
  Komponentsats Liber Elektronik och Mikrodatorteknik
Komponentsats för boken Elektronik och Mikrodatorteknik. Innehåll: 1st Arduino UNO rev3 1st USB-kabel 1.8m 1st Kopplingsdäck 840 hål 65st Byglar för kopplingsdäck olika längder 1st Timerkrets NE555 1st Logikgrind AND 74HCT08 1st Logikgrind OR 74HCT32 1st Flip-flopkrets 74HCT74 1st 4-bit dekadräknare 74HCT390 1st BCD till 7-segmentavkodare 74LS247 1st Optokopplare EL817 1st Optisk reflexgivare RPR-220 1st OP-förstärkare LM741 1st OP-förstärkare LM358 1st Spänningsregulator L7805 5V 1A 1st Spänningsregulator L7812 12V 1A 5st Transistor NPN BC547 45V 100mA 5st Transistor PNP BC557 50V 100mA 5st Småsignalsdiod 1N4148 1st LED-display 7-segment röd 1st LCD 16x2 tecken gul/grön 2st Lysdiod 5mm röd 2st Lysdiod 5mm grön 1st Induktiv givare med transistorutgång NPN 1st Fotomotstånd CdS 2-5kohm 1st Mikrobrytare med rak arm 1st Rörelsedetektor PIR 1st Magnetisk dörrkontakt 1st Tryckknapp 6x6mm 1st Mikroservo MS-1.3.9 2st DC-motor med kuggväxel 140rpm 5V 1st Stegmotor 28BYJ-48 med drivkort 10st Motstånd 0.25W 10ohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 47ohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 220ohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 270ohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 470ohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 1kohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 1.8kohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 2.2kohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 3.3kohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 4.7kohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 6.8kohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 33kohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 82kohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 100kohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 330kohm 10st Motstånd 0.25W 2.2Mohm 1st Trimpot 5kohm 1st Trimpot 10kohm 1st Trimpot 50kohm 2st Kondensator keramisk 50V 1uF 2st Kondensator el.lyt 25V 10uF 2st Kondensator el.lyt 25V 100uF 2st Kondensator el.lyt 25V 1000uF 2st Kondensator el.lyt 25V 2200uF
  Microsoft Azure IoT Starter Kit - SparkFun Thing
Microsoft and SparkFun have teamed up to bring you some IoT (Internet of Things) fun. The Microsoft Azure IoT Starter Kit for the SparkFun Thing Development Board has been designed to help you seamlessly connect your device to the cloud with Microsoft Azure IoT. This kit includes an Azure certified for IoT SparkFun Thing Dev Board, and a breadboard and wires to help you set up your circuits. There are also a variety of sensors such as a photoresistor to sense light as well as a humidity/temperature sensor to read the ambient temperature and humidity in a room (or outdoors with some weatherproofing). Once your board is connected to Microsoft Azure you can start visualizing and analyzing your data. Microsoft Azure is a leading provider of cloud computing and Microsoft Azure IoT Hub enables secure, reliable bi-directional communications between IoT endpoints such as sensors and the cloud. Azure IoT Hub supports a broad set of operating systems (Linux, Windows, RTOS etc.), protocols and common languages, so you can configure your connections to the devices. The SparkFun Thing Dev Board is based on the popular ESP8266 WiFi module. With it you have a simple microcontroller with built in WiFi to interface with your sensors, buttons, and LEDs that can be controlled from or post data to the web. Everything you need to get started from voltage regulation to a PCB antenna are built into the board. Just plug a USB cable into the board and you can actually start programming in the Arduino IDE or other environments. Note: Microsoft Azure account sign up requires a credit card. Microsoft does state that this information is collected only to verify your identity and that you will not be charged unless you explicitly upgrade to a paid offer. Kit Includes: SparkFun ESP8266 Thing - Dev Board Breadboard - Self-Adhesive (White) Humidity and Temperature Sensor - RHT03 Mini Photocell LED - Assorted (20 pack) USB microB Cable - 6 Foot Jumper Wires Standard 7" M/M - 20 AWG (30 Pack) Resistor 10K Ohm 1/6th Watt PTH - 20 pack Resistor 330 Ohm 1/6 Watt PTH - 20 pack
  Flotilla - Mega Treasure Chest Starter Kit
You'll get fourteen Flotilla modules, three complete kits - our audibly offensive Noisemaker synth, a cute little paper-craft mood light, and an all-singing, all-dancing line-following robot - as well as eight other super-simple Cookbook recipes to get you up and running in two turns of a ship's wheel.   The Mega Treasure Chest includes the following modules:   Colour: ideal for using in line-following robots, detecting fruits, or sorting M&M's! Dial: perfect for using as a simple game controller for games like pong Joystick: use it to steer your robot, or to control the boosters on your rocket 2x Light: remind yourself when you've left the lights on in your house Matrix: perfect for scrolling text on, or using as a tiny marble maze Motion: use it as a tilt-sensitive controller for games 2x Motor: ideal for driving your robot, or a tiny fan Number: perfect as a clock, or a countdown timer Rainbow: makes the perfect little mood light Slider: perfect for using as a synth controller Touch: ideal for reaction time games, or a tiny piano Weather: set up a mini weather station in your house Also contains:   The Dock - the heart of the Flotilla system, it has eight ports for Flotilla modules, and connects to your Raspberry Pi with a USB A to micro B cable Noisemaker synth kit: channel your inner superstar DJ with our Noisemaker synth Robot kit: build a cute little robot rover Paper-craft model kit: paper-craft pieces for the mood light Cookbook recipe Quickstart guide Dock cable and module ropes Flotilla is a range of smart, friendly, and affordable modules that you connect together to create amazing projects that can sense and react to the world around them.   Powered by Raspberry Pi Unique plug-and play hardware project kit Go from absolute beginner to ninja-maker Made, with love, in the UK We've blended smart widgets, and even smarter software to make Flotilla friendly for everyone, from complete beginners to savvy makers.   Flotilla helps you make reactive and interactive projects - a robot, virtual pet, weather station - anything you can think of!   Flotilla is designed to progress with you as your skills develop. You don't need any coding skills or electronics knowledge to get started, you can simply plug and play.   For beginners Flotilla has Cookbook and Rockpool, two web-based apps which you can access from your computer or tablet. They let you experiment, learn, and build without writing a single line of code.   For anyone who's done a little programming before, we also have a complete Python API that lets you talk to all of the Flotilla modules.