InstructorSagar Sapkota
TypeOnsite Course
DateSep 5, 2017 - Sep 5, 2017
Time6.30PM-8.30PM
Place27 Stewart Avenue, Blacktown, NSW 2148
Seat0/6
Price$70.00$55.00
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Location: 27 Stewart Avenue, Blacktown, NSW, Australia. Contact us to enroll or Click BOOK NOW

Time: 6.30PM-8.30PM- Monday-Friday.

The course fee includes all the required components.

Learn to use a breadboard, a soldering iron and build an FM transmitter and an LED chaser. 

FM transmitter DIY kit is one of the best selling kits designed by Sagar Sapkota, the instructor of this course. We have sold more than 5000 copies worldwide.

This is a 2 hours long basic electronics course for absolute beginners and hobbyists. If you are interested in making simple DIY kits for hobby, then, this is the right course for you. The course is suitable for children and adults.

In this workshop, you will learn how to build a dark sensor, an NE555 timer based circuit and an FM transmitter and an LED chaser. 

While building these projects, you will learn the basic electronics theories, basic electronic components, making simple projects on a breadboard and soldering DIY Kits.

The workshop covers how science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) can be applied in any electronic project.

You will learn how to use an LED, diode, transistors, capacitors, integrated circuits, seven segment display, soldering iron, etc.

YOU WILL BUILD THIS:

Transmit audio or your voice to the nearest FM radio

Learning outcomes

By the end of this workshop students will:

  • Build their own FM transmitter and LED chaser
  • Build NE555 timer based blinker and dark sensor on a breadboard
  • Be able to build simple projects on a breadboard
  • Be able to solder various kinds of DIY electronic kits
  • Identify and use basic electronic components, like resistors, capacitors, transistors, ICs, diodes, switches, etc.
  • Be able to use a basic multimeter
  • Take away all the built projects.

Course topics :

  • Basic electronic theories
  • Resistor color code and capacitor code
  • Making projects on a breadboard
  • Basic through hole soldering
  • Build an FM transmitter and an LED chaser
  • How to use a multimeter
  • Resources for electronics

Projects during the workshop

1. Dark sensor / Light sensor – Breadboard project

In this project, you will build a simple light/dark sensor on a breadboard. The objective of this experiment is to learn how to use a breadboard. Students will take away all the components required to build this project.

2. Astable and monostable mode of NE555- Breadboard project

In this project, you will build a simple touch switch and an LED blinker. The object of this experiment is to understand NE555 timer IC and learn how to use a breadboard. We will modify the project to build a sound generator and an infrared transmitter. Students will take away all the components required to build this project.

3. FM transmitter and LED chaser- Soldering project

In this project, you will build a simple FM transmitter and LED chaser.  Students will take away the soldered kits.

Components package: What will the students take away ?

  • All the components required to build dark/light sensor, NE555 based projects, FM transmitter and LED chaser
  • All the built projects.
  • 1 x Half-size Breadboard
  • 1 x Wires set
  • 1 x Battery holder
  • 1 x LED set
  • 1 x Resistors set
  • 1 x Capacitors set

NOTE: Students won’t take away the multimeter and the soldering station. 

The following image has been taken from Ebay. Several students have made this.

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