If you are introducing soldering kits to your students, you'll want this value packed 4 in 1 package. The student starts by following detailed instructions on “how to solder” and builds a non functional “learn to solder kit” which includes a PC board and all parts. After he or she has gained the skills necessary to solder properly, the student progresses on to each of the 3 exciting kits listed below. Each one operates on its own and can be mounted in an optional box if the student desires. At the conclusion, the student has built 1 non functional kit and 3 fully operating kits that he/she can enjoy. All kits are Skill Level 1 and come complete with all parts, PC board and instructions. Each kit (except the non functional Learn To Solder Kit) operates from a 9V battery (not included).
Here's what is included in Package B:
LEARN TO SOLDER KIT
C6881 Learn to Solder KitComplete kit of parts and PC board to introduce students to solder techniques. The student solders the electronic components to the PC board to gain ample practice in good soldering. By the time the student has finished building this non functional kit, he or she should know how to solder and how to identify various electronic parts. This kit does not function and is meant for practice and training only. Size of PC board: 2.5” x 1.2”.
PHASOR RAY KIT
C6881 Phasor Ray KitThis kit generates the sound of a phasor ray gun and flashes a brilliant orange light. Uses a small speaker, a crystal clear lens LED and 2 transistor circuit with adjustable sound control. Size of PC board: 2” x 1.25”.
RED STAR FLASHER KIT
C6881 Red Star Flasher KitThis kit will really attract attention as it flashes a bright red star made up of six 5mm red LEDs. Features simple and reliable 2 transistor circuit. Size of PC board: 2” x 1.25”.
YES/NO DECISION MAKER KIT
C6881 YES/NO Decision Maker KitSimply press the button on your decision maker kit and two brightly colored LEDs will begin to flash. As soon as you release the button, one of the LEDs will remain on. The green LED indicates yes and the red LED indicates no. Uses IC circuit. Size of PC board: 2” x 1.25”.