About Bread Board
Imagine a world before smartphones, computers, and even light bulbs. In the late 1800s, a scientist named Thomas Edison was on a quest to create the first practical incandescent light bulb. His experiments led him to the discovery of the fundamental principles of electricity – the foundation upon which modern electronics stands today.
Then the scientists develop the science of electronics. As time progressed, these pioneers laid the groundwork for the intricate gadgets and technologies we take for granted today. But at the heart of it all was a simple concept: the circuit. By connecting different components in specific ways, they unlocked the power to control and manipulate electricity.
In this journey of exploration with Tech Cryptors, you’ll delve into the heart of breadboard electronics – a playground of components, connections, and creativity. This course is designed to spark the curiosity and to ignite the passion for electronics.
What will you learn???
● Basic Electronic Components
● Creating Simple Circuits
● Troubleshooting and Debugging
● Prototyping a mini project
Part 1: Introduction to Breadboard Electronics
● Understanding the breadboard layout
● Learning importance of prototyping with breadboards in electronics projects
● Understanding the breadboard connection points
Part 2: Basic Electronic Components
● Overview of common components: resistors, LEDs, capacitors, and jumper wires
● How to identify component values and properties
● Building a basic circuit: connecting LEDs, resistors, and power source.
● Understanding the importance of of series and parallel connections in circuits
● Connecting sensors to the breadboard and reading values with a microcontroller
Part 3: Signal Types
● Understanding Analog signal
● Understanding Digital signal
● Using a potentiometer to control LED brightness and a button for digital input for understanding signals.
● Using voltage regulators and batteries to power breadboard projects
● Designing stable power supply setups for different components
Part 4: Troubleshooting, Debugging and Prototyping a mini project
● Identifying common issues in breadboard circuits
● Debugging techniques and tips for ensuring successful circuits.
● Building a simple mini-project using components covered in the course