Level1

Level 1 – Discrete Components

Start your journey by building practical circuits with resistors, capacitors, transistors and other discrete components. You will learn how each of the components function and will use them to build practical applications.

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Level 1 - 24 practical projects

24 Practical Projects

The best way to learn electronics is by building circuits. We’ve taken this approach and have created 24 projects that help you grasp the basics while also teaching you how to interface different sensors and components.

This kits gives you an understanding of how things work and these conepts are used in bigger projects that use the Arduino or Raspberry Pi.

Video Tutorials + Forum

Don’t just build the circuit, learn and understand how it works. As you progress through the kit, you will start to see patterns in the circuits which will help reinforce your knowledge and spark your imagination.

You will also have access to a dedicated support forum where you can ask questions and learn from others.

Level 1 - Video tutorials and forum access
Level 1 - Progressive learning

Progressive Learning

Each project is designed around a certain concept and they gradually build up on the previous ones as you progress.

We start with a simple LED circuit and finish off by building universal logic gates that are common in almost all the electronics around us. This prepares you for level 2 which is all about digital logic and integrated circuits.

500 Items In The Box

The kit is filled with all the bits that you need to work on the projects. We’ve added a lot of extras and you can certainly use them to build many more projects.

We’ve got resistors, capacitors, transistors, LEDs, sensors, relays, microphones, LDRs, PIR sensors, diodes, motors, buzzers, switches, thermistors, speakers, wires to name a few.

Level 1 - 500 items in the box

Gallery

Some of the components from the box.
A glimpse of level 1 projects.
Breadboard project view for easier assembly.
Light dependent resistor (LDR).
Standard 3mm LEDs.
An electret microphone.
Miniature DC motor.
General purpose NPN transistor.
Miniature speaker.
Passive Infrared Sensor (PIR).
Tactile switch.
Side-looker IR LED.

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