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This lab does not require soldering, is reusable, and contains 5 lessons and 30 meaningful and exciting digital experiments. The booklet is fully illustrated with easy-to-follow pictorial diagrams and schematics. It is designed so that the teacher does not need to be involved (unless he or she desires to be). It is applicable for use in junior high grades up through college. All experiments operate on one 9V battery (not included) so there are no dangerous voltages involved. Compared to other similar digital labs, you will find that this lab is far superior in that it contains a wider variety of digital components, including a double binary counter and two 7-segment displays, allowing the students to build "0 to 99" digital counters instead of only "0 to 9". This lab also includes LEDs of three different colors (red, green, and yellow), and uses a uniform prewired breadboard system which is applied in each experiment, along with reverse polarity protection and a switch wire to prevent damage to the ICs or battery snap.
This lab also covers more digital topics such as Boolean algebra, timing diagrams, frequency and duty cycle formulas, troubleshooting techniques. C6721 Cover The lab includes a 96 page, fully illustrated manual, a large solderless breadboard, 6 integrated circuits, a CDS photocell, plus all other parts necessary to perform each experiment. Just supply a fresh 9V battery and nothing else is required to perform all the experiments in the book. The Complete 35 in 1 Deluxe Digital Lab Exploration Kit is self-contained and ready-to-use! Optional Logic Probe: Although the 35 in 1 Deluxe Digital Lab includes a simple logic probe section built on the breadboard, you may wish to purchase the very inexpensive Chaney C6722 CMOS/TTL Logic Probe Kit. Although this is totally optional you will find that this logic probe is very useful to test and troubleshoot all kinds of digital circuits.
||Tips On Building The Experiments
||The Universal Solderless Breadboard
||Introduction To Digital Electronics
||Components, Gates and IC's
||Combinational & Sequential Circuits, Boolean Algebra And Timing Diagrams
||The Binary Numbering System
||The Logic Probe: "The Tool"
||The YES Logic Circuit: "The Buffer"
||The NOT Logic Circuit: "The Inverter"
||The AND Logic Gate
||The OR Logic Gate
||The NAND Logic Gate
||The NOR Logic Gate
||Building The Six Basic Logic Gates Using Only NOR Gates
||"The Clock" - A Stable Multivibrator
||The 555 Timer IC
||"The Timer" - Monostable Multivibrator
||"The Flip-Flop" - Bistable Multivibrator
||Reaction Challenge Game
||The Binary Counter/Divider
||Manual Binary Counter & Switch Debouncing
||The BCD Counter (Decade Counter)
||Touch Activated ON/OFF Switch
||Seven Segment Display Decoder
||"0 to 9" Counter With Display
||Lucky Number Generator
||Electronic Die Game
||0 To 9 Photoelectric Counter
||Sequential LED Flasher
||Triple Answer Decision Maker
||"10 by 10" Reaction Game
||Brightness Control Touch Switch
||"Go for the Gold" Game
||0 To 99 Counter With Display
||0 To 99 Photoelectric Counter