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12/13 Electronics 101 Class
"WTF is a resistor?-- The absolute beginners guide to making your own electronic devices"
Join this great new workshop- and learn the basics of building electronic devices.
This class is perfect for absolute beginners. I have stripped it down to the bare essentials, making it perfect for young people or the technologically challenged! :)
This class will prepare you for basic electronic project building. You
will learn about basic components, their schematic symbols, and
digital/analog signals. You will learn how to use meters properly to
help you analyze your circuits.
For the hands on portion, you will learn how to create a live working circuit from it's schematic drawing. We will give you helpful tips to make prototyping easier. You will create a flashing LED circuit on a breadboard.
12/13 from 2pm-6pm
Fee: 2500 yen THS Members 3500 Non Members
TokyoHackerSpace in Shirokanedai
5-11-11 will send more details when you rsvp
RSVP by signing up below, or by writing to Lauren.Shannon@gmail.com
Please feel free to forward to other people!
Class size is limited So RSVP soon.
(note: This class is focused on identifying parts, understanding schematic symbols, and basic skills with both multi-meters and the soldering iron. If you already know your way around these things, but want to know more about the theory behind them, stay tuned for Electronics 201!)