Electronic circuits exist in the majority of modern devices, familiarizing one with this technology is a practical skill for sure! You will learn to solder on a state-of-the-art printed circuit board using an electronically-controlled soldering station. Learn by doing in order to build a functional circuit, an ideal activity to learn or improve skills while having fun. The development of soldering skills can allow repairs on some electronic items, not to mention the infinite possibilities of projects. A practical introduction that allows you to become familiar with basic soldering techniques, the electronic basics, basic components and printed circuits, with a dynamic result.
If the circuit has been assembled and soldered properly, then two LED’s will alternately flash and the speaker will produce a wailing sound.
This kit allows to: Identify components, identify values of resistors, capacitors, and inductors with color-code reading exercises; 163 solder points, standard soldering connections, close-tolerance soldering, and tack soldering; desoldering exercises.
EDU-002 kit contains:
Variable temperature station (350F to 900F) with conical tip
Solder practice kit
All packed together in a handy box with handle for carrying. Dimensions (inches): 12.375 x 9.625 x 3.5”
Recommended age: 12 years and older with adult supervision
EDU-004 with multimeter: you will also learn the basics of digital multimeters and circuit troubleshooting. Includes a resistance color code calculator and a wire stripper.
Requires 2 9V batteries (not included)