Sunday, December 18, 2011
Yeah! It is true that Electronics is a hobby that the whole family can enjoy. Nevertheless, before undertaking your dream project, you need to learn some basic theory, develop some practical skills, and build up your electronics workshop.
In fact, assembling electronic circuits is a great way of learning electronics, and depending upon the project undertaken, a number of tools and components may be needed accordingly. However there are some basic tools and electronic components which are needed in almost all electronic projects and are a 'must have.'
Some of the electronic kits ideal for science fair projects are as follows: Snap Tricity kit, electronic playground, 300-in-1 electronic lab, electronic bell, lemon clock, radio AM/FM radio kit, Go electric, and car alarm simulator kit.
I think all you must look into these Electronics Projects e.g., Versatile Digital Thermometer, Electronic Telephone Demonstrator, Automatic Lead-Acid Battery Charger, 500-Watt Mosfet Based PWM Inverter, Digital Speedometer, Telephone Call Counter, Interface Your PC with Lights & Fans, Automatic Telephone Answering Unit, Automatic Temperature Controlled Fan, Infrared Electronic Shooting Game and many more.
No doubt, Science is full of mysteries that need to be discovered and explored. Experimentation is the sole solution to curiosity. Thus, a science fair, which is a common school event, is launched almost every year to allow children to discover things on their own.
Here the EFY Group's first magazine, Electronics For You, helps you to keep your hobbyes intact. This magazine surely help you to to keep the electronics fraternity updated with the latest technical knowledge. It also keeps hobbyists busy with the circuit ideas and construction projects it carries month after month. And it helps end users decide on which electronic product to buy when they enter a shopping mall. The CD that accompanies each issue of this magazine carries a host of useful software and games.