Electronic Project Lab 130 in One
The 130-In-One Electronic Project Lab may not help turn you into a debonair, smooth talking ladies’ man no, let’s face it: You’re too nice, too interested in science and possibly even a girl.
With the 130-In-One Electronic Project Lab you will learn to build up to 500 different projects while also learning some very important technical skills like reading schematics and writing diagrams.
Ever wanted to find out what makes all the electronics you use work but have you shied away because of the all the uncomfortable shocks they’ve given you?
Well fear not, my curious friend, because with the 130-In-One Electronic Project Lab you can finally find out the answers without taking the same route as Ben Franklin. Learn how to build an AM broadcast station, a strobe light and much, much more!
The 130-In-One Electronic Project Lab lets you learn all this with its simple and safe design.
There are two methods that the Project Lab uses for hook up.
The Spring Method lets you slip pre-cut wires and components into special springs to ensure a secure connection.
The Breadboard Method (used by professionals and engineers) is featured in the advanced kits and lets you plug wires and components into special Breadboard sockets.
As stated earlier, with the 130-In-One Electronic Project Lab, you don’t need to worry about potential electrical hazards because it operates on 6 “AA” batteries. There is no soldering or tools required; everything you need to build all the projects comes with the kit. You don’t even need any prior knowledge, either — the 130-In-One Electronic Project Lab comes with helpful and easy to read, lab-style manuals to get you started. It’s great for all ages and especially those young kids who must know how everything works and are always tearing things apart to find out.
Includes: LED Lights, Electronics Pieces, Instruction Guide
Power Source: Battery-Powered
Material: Metal, Plastic
Care and Cleaning: Wipe Clean With a Dry Cloth
Battery: Required, not included: 6 zinc carbon AA
Assembly Details: assembly required
Circuit diagram manual. The manual with step-by-step instructions and detailed, easy to follow illustrations. All terms are defined and parts are illustrated.