Mand Labs KIT-1 Electronic Series: Award Winning DIY Physics Projects Kit



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Grade Level8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Item ConditionNew - Unopened
Listed fromBusiness
ManufacturerMand Labs, Inc.
Product ID857897006017

Mand Labs KIT-1 is the coolest Educational Electronics Kit that you will ever buy. With our powerful step by step visual instructions, you will be able to create a variety of cool electricity and electronic projects with ease and confidence. More than that, you will be able to understand how real world electronic component works, test laws of physics, gain technical skills and have fun.

The best part is that the kit is all-in-one. It comes with all requisite parts and tools for making 50+ projects and venturing further into electronics, books for theoretical reference, learning and making videos, troubleshooting guide and an award winning package design that opens up into a personalized workstation.

Designed over 4 years of academic research and testing with 15,000 students, KIT-1 is a creative and ideal tool to learn and teach fundamentals of electricity, electrical and electronics using a range of 50+ hands-on projects- a mix of fun, application and concept-based.

For Educators:
If you are an educator looking to demonstrate concepts of electricity, semiconductor physics and electronics to your students, the kit will help you to convert your classroom into an electronic playground.

Following topics are covered in depth:
Charge, Battery, Voltage, Current, Resistance, LED, Multimeter, Resistors, Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law, Kirchhoff Current Law, Series and Parallel Combination, Variable Resistors: Potentiometer, Preset and LDR, Switches, Capacitors, Relay, Semiconductors, Diode and Its Types, Digital Logic Gates: NOT, OR, AND, NOT, NAND, Zener Diode, DC Motor, Transistors.

Complete List of Projects and Experiments:
1. Measuring voltage using a multimeter
2. Measuring resistance using a multimeter
3. Continuity test of an LED
4. Glowing an LED and verifying Kirchoff’s Voltage Law (KVL)
5. Measuring current in a circuit using a multimeter and verifying Ohm’s law
6.Glowing an LED using a potentiometer
7. Varying intensity of light using a preset
8. Alternate glowing of LEDs using a preset
9. Glowing an LED using an LDR
10. Beeping a buzzer
11. Series combination of LEDs and verifying Kirchoff’s Voltage Law and Ohm’s Law
12. Parallel combination of LEDs-Type 1
13. Parallel combination of LEDs-Type 2 and verifying Kirchoff’s Current Law (KCL)
14. Continuity test of an SPDT switch
15. Controlling an LED using an SPDT switch
16. Alternate switching of LEDs using an SPDT switch
17. Staircase lighting
18. Charging and discharging of a capacitor
19. Charging different capacitors with resistors and Time constant calculation during charging (3 Cases)
20. Discharging different capacitors with resistors and Time constant calculation during discharging (3 Cases)
21. Sequential Glow of LEDs
22. Continuity test of a relay using a multimeter
23. Burglar Alarm: Type 1 and Type 2
24. Continuity test of Bump switch and Momentary push button switch
25. Relay as an oscillator
26. DC motor as a generator
27. Surgery of a DC Motor
28. Factors affecting speed of DC motor
29. Diode as a switch: Its functioning in forward bias and reverse bias modes
30. Minimum resistance path using a diode
31. Protecting a circuit using a diode
32. OR Gate using diodes
33. AND Gate using diodes
34. NOR Gate using diodes
35. NAND Gate using diodes
36. To learn how a zener diode works
37. Zener diode as a voltage regulator
38. Identifying the type of BJT transistor using a multimeter,
39. Measuring the gain of a transistor
40. B-E junction as diode in a transistor
41. Transistor as an Amplifier and a Switch: Demonstrating cut-off, active and saturation region of a transistor, Identifying the biasing conditions for all the three regions of a transistor, Experimental calculation of beta in active and saturation region
42. Touch activated switch using a transistor and verifying the biasing conditions of ‘transistor in saturation region’
43. Darlington pair and cascading transistors for multistage amplification
44. Automatic night lamp
45. Inverted night lamp
46. OR Gate using transistors
47. AND Gate using transistors
48. NOR Gate using transistors
49. NAND Gate using transistors
50. Transistor as an Inverter (NOT Gate)
51. LED Flasher using transistor and concept of Tunneling (Esaki diode)
52. Alternating blinking of LEDs using transistors
53. H-Bridge (Motor driving circuit used in Robotics

Additional Activities:
1. Tasting a 9V battery
2. Making a Lemon battery at home
3. Preset/potentiometer as a voltage divider
4. Motor control using two DPDT switches
5. Half-wave and Full-wave rectification

Know your kit in nutshell:
– Covers fundamental of electricity and electronics
– 54 projects
– 136 electronic components and tools (Including a digital multimeter)
– Book set for in-depth learning
– 9 hours Videos (online access)
– Step by step building instructions of each project
– Portable electronic workstation (iDesign Award-2013)
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