Available September 2014
The 500 in 1 Electronic Project Lab is the top of the range and contains all the parts and instructions to assemble 500 educational and fun experiments and circuits. It is used by many educational establishments and offer tremendous value for money at only 40 pence per experiment!
The main difference between the 500 in 1 Electronic Project Lab and the 300 in 1 electronic lab is the addition of the Advanced Hardware Course and a microprocessor based Software Programming Course.
Includes a built-in speaker, LED digital display, integrated circuits, rotary controls transistors, transformers, diodes, resistors, capacitors, LEDs, phototransistors, CdS, earphone and lots of other components. A built-in breadboard allows easy wiring and connection of components.
The 100 software programming experiments provide you with a good understanding of the concepts behind computer microprocessors and programming. The course is based around a 4-bit microprocessor with 4 inputs, 8 outputs, 5 registers and 64 RAM storage. A 32 button keyboard is used for entering commands to the microcomputer and an 8-digit LCD Display indicates information entered and output while the experiments process. The command set comprises 26 instructions (IN, OUT, MOV, ADD, SUB, ROR, ROL, INC, DEC, JMP, JZ, JNZ, JC, JNC, CMP, BON, BOF, TM1, TM2, STP, NOP, SEC, CLC, HEX).
Build you own knowledge by exploring amplifiers, analogue and digital circuits plus learn how to read schematic diagrams. Build a special lighting effects, radio transmitter and receivers, amazing electronic sound effects, cool games and MORE!
The 500 projects cover 27 areas of electronics and include:
Supplied with a fully illustrated 368 page Owners Manual in three separate books (38 x 25cm):
These three books gives detailed step-by-step project instructions and are a course in electronics in themselves! They take you from basic component theory, through analogue and digital hardware circuits and right through to learning software programming.Ideal for Education
Requires no soldering, tools or previous knowledge of electronics. Components are fitted to a mounted breadboard and can be used over and over again. Circuits are built using easy spring clip terminals and leads provided. Powered using safe low voltage batteries (not included).
Ideal for any inquisitive mind aged 14+ years and over. Suitable for schools and other educational establishments as a practical and cost effective teaching aid for long-term repeated use.