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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
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  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
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  Snap-circuits PC-interface
Allows SC-300 or SC-500 to interface with a computer! Turns your computer into an oscilloscope and spectrum analyzer so you can see electronics, and includes 73 bonus experiments! (32 experiments require the SC-500)
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  Breadboard 2420 connections on plate
Breadboard for solderfree experiment circuits Specifications: External body: ABS Internal interconnected clips: nickel and silver alloy bus strip: 10 tie points: 2420 14-pins IC capacity: 27 binding post: 4 dimensions: 237 x 175 x 18.5mm weight: 458g
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  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
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  Vmod BB breadboard module Digilent
The Digilent Vmod BreadBoard (VmodBB) offers a ready-made solution for prototyping breadboarded circuits as accessories to Digilent system boards. The VmodBB provides connectors suitable for direct connection with various Digilent system boards. The VmodBB includes two 32 pin breadboard strips that have 16 pins connected directly to signals from the Digilent System Board, a 100 tie point bus strip, and a 300 tie point solderless breadboard all attached with adhesive backings. VHDCI connector for connection to Digilent System boards Two 32 pin breadboards with 16 pins each, connected directly to signals from the system board Two power and one ground bus around Prototype connections on every signal Ships with two 300 tie point breadboards separated by a 100 tie point bus strip
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  Breadboard 958 connections with 5x 4mm connectors
Smart and compact breadboard with 958 connections. The board has three parallel rows for ICs, four bus connections for power and a small area with additional connections. The board also has five screw terminals with 4mm banana jacks to simplify power supply connections.
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  Miniature solderless breadboard 2x8 connections
Add a micro-slice standard solderless breadboard to your Perma-Proto or other perf-board. This 2x8 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 29mm x 8mm x 8mm piece of solder-less breadboard. There are two white posts on the bottom for PCB positioning.
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  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.
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  Sparkfun Tinker Kit
The SparkFun Tinker Kit (STK) is a great way to get started with programming and hardware interaction with the Arduino programming language. The STK is our newest version of the former SparkFun Mini Inventors Kit, blended with elements of our educator MESA kit. Each SparkFun Tinker Kit includes everything you need to complete 11 circuits that will teach you how to blink an LED, read sensors, drive servos, and more. You dont need any previous programming or electronics experience to use this kit. The online STK Experiment Guide (in the Documents section below) contains step-by-step instructions of how to connect each circuit with the included parts. Full example code is provided and explained, and even includes troubleshooting tips in case something goes wrong. The kit does not require any soldering and is recommended for beginners ages 10 and up. This miniature version of the SIK will help prove that anyone can (and should) play around with cutting-edge electronics in a fun and playful way while not breaking the bank. Circuit Examples: Circuit 1: Blinking an LED Circuit 2: Reading a Potentiometer Circuit 3: Driving an RGB LED Circuit 4: Driving Multiple LEDs Circuit 5: Reading a Button Press Circuit 6: Reading a Photoresistor Circuit 7: Reading a Temperature Sensor Circuit 8: Using a Servo Motor Circuit 9: Driving a Motor with an H-Bridge Circuit 10: Controlling a Motor with Inputs Circuit 11: Reading Serial Data Kit includes: SparkFun RedBoard Breadboard - Self-Adhesive (White) Servo Sub-Micro Size Hobby Gearmotor 200 RPM (Pair) Temperature Sensor TMP36 Mini Photocell SparkFun USB Mini-B Cable 6 Foot Jumper Wires 7" M/M 30 AWG (30 Pack) LED RGB Clear Common Cathode Red, Blue, Yellow, and Green LEDs 10K Trimpot Momentary Pushbutton Switch 12mm H-Bridge Motor Driver 1A Battery Holder - 4xAA to Barrel Jack Connector 330 and 10K Resistors
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  OpenScopeMZ
OpenScope MZ is a portable multi-function programmable instrumentation module. What does that mean? It's a device that you connect to your computer (through WiFi or a USB cable) that allows you to acquire, analyze, visualize, and control signals from circuits, sensors, and other electronic devices. Unlike typical USB instruments, OpenScope MZ can also be programmed to run standalone like an Arduino or Raspberry Pi, but with high-speed precision analog and digital I/O. At the core of the OpenScope MZ is a powerful Microchip PIC32 MZ Processor. This processor has many resources that we took advantage of to enable the functionalities found on OpenScope MZ. OpenScope MZ also comes with WaveForms Live, which is a free, open-source, JavaScript-based software that runs in a browser and is inspired by our extremely popular software tool, WaveForms 2015. Using the OpenScope + WaveForms Live, you will be able to configure the OpenScope to be an Oscilloscope, a Function Generator, a Logic Analyzer, a Power Supply, and even a Data Logger. OpenScope MZ is designed to be as open-sourced as possible; therefore, the hardware, firmware, software, and the mechanical specifications will be made available to anyone who wants to change and/or improve upon the design. Features " Powered by Microchip PIC32 MZ Processor " 2 scope channels o with 12 bits at 2MHz bandwidth and 6.25 MS/s max sampling rate o ±20 V input voltage range " 1 function generator output o with 1MHz bandwidth at 10 MS/s update rate o 3 V pk2pk output with ±1.5 V offset " 10 user programmable DIO pins o with 25MHz update rates o 3.3V CMOS logic o Maximum buffer size of 32640 samples per channel " User programmable power supplies supplying up to 50mA and ± 4V power " Two external triggers " 4 user LEDs " USB bus powered or externally powered " On-board WiFi powered by Microchip MRF24WG0MA WiFi chip " Browser-based WaveForms Live multi-instrument software " Re-programmable through Arduino IDE or Microchip MPLAB X IDE " Includes fly-wire accessories
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