Get the skills to build your own circuits
Are you a beginner in electronics? Do you want to learn how to build your own circuits? The Electronics for Beginners Course is the perfect way to get introduced to electronics. You'll learn about electrical safety, circuit basics like voltage and current, and how to read a schematic. You'll also work through introductory lessons on motors, transistors & diodes, capacitors & inductors, signals & oscillators. With this course, you'll learn all sorts of different concepts like soldering and working with motors also the safety of using electronics.
Like most things in life, electricity is more complex than you may think. A lot of conditions have to come together to make that little spark when you touch a doorknob or provide the power to run a supercomputer. To understand how electricity works, it helps to break it down into its parts. Electricity is created when voltage pulls an electric current through a conductor. But when you sit down and run a wire between a switch and a light, just where do you get the juice (the electricity) to power that light?
this course will have four chapters.
CHAPTER 1: FROM ELECTRONS TO ELECTRONICS
Understanding the role of electrons, conductors, and voltage
Looking at how electricity is generated Exploring some electronic components Connecting components together in circuits Introducing a few tools of the electronics trade Breaking it all down into units
Understanding Ohm’s Law
CHAPTER 2: KEEPING HUMANS AND GADGETS SAFE
Using common sense when working with electronic components
Avoiding electrocution Keeping watch over static Working with AC current
Measuring safely with a multimeter Soldering without fear
Wearing the right clothes for safety
CHAPTER 3: AISLE 5 COMPONENT SHACK: STOCKING UP
Different Screws for Different Jobs
Getting a drip with needle-nose pliers
A place for everything in its place
Tools you don't absolutely need(but may find Handy)
Spic and Span Electronics
the top Ingriendents for a great LAB
triple threat: heat, cold, and humidity
CHAPTER 4: GETTING TO KNOW YOU: THE MOST COMMON ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS
COLOR ME RED, GREEN, AND BLUE
DEALING WITH POTENTIOMETERS
KEEPING AN EYE ON THE WORKING VOLTAGE
TOLERATING HOT AND COLD
FUN WITH LIGHT-EMITTING DIODES
ON THE CASE TRANSISTORS CASE
IC PART NUMBERS
What you will learn in this course?
learns basic concepts like electricity, current, voltage, resistance, and ohms law
Learn the safety of using electronics
Learn how to create a Simple Circuit
Learn about conventional current and Real Current
Learn The basics of how an electronic device works from the perspective of physics.
Learn the different tools needed
Learn to have an organized Lab
Discover the joy of building electronic circuits and devices.
Get the skills to build your own circuits! Sign Up and Become a creator of electronic devices!
Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the WorldThis real-world knowledge enables you to grasp knowledge easily and you can apply this learning immediately to your life and projects.
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