This kit builds on the concepts introduced by the Etron Basic Circuits Labs Kit; it is recommended that users complete that kit prior to attempting this one, since the Digital Circuits Lab introduces new concepts that either build on, complicate, or nuance the concepts learned in the Basic Kit. Like that kit, Digital Circuits combines core electronic component and circuit-building fundamentals that can be used for independent study, or in the classroom. The instruction manual contains 35 exciting solderless labs, each of which is meticulously illustrated in brilliant color so that necessary components are easy to distinguish, and scannable QR codes are included for each lab that allows you to pursue advanced learning on the web. Learn to work with resistors, potentiometers, capacitors, photocells, transistors, integrated circuits, and diodes as you create your own logic gates, binary counter circuits, touch-activated pulse generator, stop-action timing circuit, winning number generator, and so so much more! Digital Circuits was designed from the ground up to be an immersive, hands-on curriculum that captures the imagination, and teaches skills and concepts in electronics and technology that are in high demand in fields such as engineering, electronics, automotive tech, and robotics and computer science. Each lab presents a new challenge and concept that builds upon previously introduced ideas, bringing a fuller understanding of electronics. Digital Circuits was written to be STEM education compliant, and will cultivate critical thinking and problem solving skills through the presentation and completion of challegning experiments.
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