This is the beautiful fully-illustrated manual for the hands-on lab to help you build 40 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 yourself 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 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 - Ohm’s Law / E=I*R L17 - Resistors in Series L18 - Resistors in Parallel L19 - Measuring Voltage with a MM L20 - Watt’s Law / P=I*E L21 - Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL) L22 - Kirchhoff’s 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
There is also a "Build by Schematic" Section at the end so you can test your student's ability to practice reading schematics.