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The Electronics Workbench: a Setup Guide [Video]

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Learn
  • Learn the basics components of a well-equiped electronics lab for the non-professional
  • Learn about power tools, like the electric drill, the hot glue gun and rotary tools.
  • Learn about soldering and soldering (as well as de-soldering) tools.
  • Learn about simulation, computer-aided design and electronic circuit calculators
  • Understand the use of sophisticated test instruments like the oscilloscope, and the function generator.
About

This course is designed to help you setup your own electronics lab. If you are starting your adventures in electronics, and you are not looking to setup a professional electronics lab, then this course is perfect for you. A lab is a place at your home that you have specifically organised in a way that promotes your enjoyment of working with electronics. It is where your tools, components and instruments are. It is where you do your circuit experiments and the bulk of your learning.There are significant differences between professional and hobbyist electronics labs. That's because the amateur electronics lab is far more restricted in every respect to the lab of a professional.If you are a hobbyist, using a spare room or your bedroom as your electronics lab, then this course will help you make the most of it. In this course, I will discuss the basic features of an amateur electronics lab by showing you how I have organised mine. I have most of the restrictions of an amateur, and with the exception of a few of the items in my kit, my lab is purely an amateur lab. In each lecture, I present a specific topic and in most cases I demonstrate the use of a tool or instrument. Through these demos, I wish to help you gain a working understanding of what these items are designed for. You will not become an expert, but you will know enough to know when you need one. I am always available to discuss any of the topics I present in this course, so please feel free to ask using the course's discussion tool.

Style and Approach

A 5 hour long course to get fully acquainted with the basic features of an amateur electronics lab by showing you how I have organised mine.A specific topic and in most cases I demonstrate the use of a tool or instrument.

Features
  • help you setup your own electronics lab- circuit experiments and the bulk of your learning
Course Length 5 hours 22 minutes
ISBN9781788621861
Date Of Publication 17 Aug 2017

Authors

Peter Dalmaris

Peter Dalmaris is an electronics hobbyist and Maker, creator of eight online video courses on DIY electronics and author of three technical books. As a Chief Tech Explorer since 2013 at Tech Explorations, the company he founded in Sydney, Australia, Peter’s mission is to explore technology and help educate the world. A life-long learner, Peter’s core skill is in explaining difficult concepts through video and text. With over 15 years in tertiary teaching experience, Peter has developed a simple yet comprehensive style in teaching that students from all around the world appreciate. His passion for technology and in particular for the world of DIY open source hardware has been a powerful driver that has guided his own personal development and his work through Tech Explorations. Peter’s current online courses have helped over 30,000 people from around the world to be better Makers. His video courses include:

  • Arduino Step by Step: Your Complete Guide
  • Advanced Arduino Boards and Tools
  • Raspberry Pi: Full Stack
  • Raspberry Pi: Make a Workbench Automation Computer
  • Kicad Like a Pro
  • The Electronics Workbench: A Setup Guide
  • Arduino Fun: Make a High Tech Remote Controlled Car
  • Beginning Arduino: Make a environment monitor system

Peter’s books are:

  • Kicad Like a Pro: Learn the World’s Favourite Open Source PCB Electronic Design
    Automation tool
  • Raspberry Pi: Full Stack: A whirlwind tour of full-stack web application development on
    the Raspberry Pi
  • Arduino: a comprehensive starting up guide for complete beginners