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# Introduction to electroncis

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Introduction to Electronics & 555 timer workshop conducted at The Edge by Nathen Street

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### Introduction to electroncis

1. 1. Introduction to Electronics
2. 2. Welcome to The Edge http://prezi.com/frbaa1bmmdp6/welcome-to-the-edge/
3. 3. Nathen Street www.nathenstreet.com www.twitter.com/veryphatic
4. 4. Stages of DIY electronics designYou get an idea! Prototype Schematic +PCB designPCB Manufacture
5. 5. What we’re making
6. 6. Electric circuit“An electric circuit is formed when a conductive path is created toallow free electrons to continuously move. This continuousmovement of free electrons through the conductors of a circuit iscalled a current, and it is often referred to in terms of "flow," justlike the flow of a liquid through a hollow pipe.The force motivating electrons to "flow" in a circuit iscalled voltage. “http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/vol_1/chpt_2/1.html
7. 7. ElectricityResistance, Voltage, Current
8. 8. ResistanceResistance is the hindrance to the flow of charge.
9. 9. VoltageVoltage is the force or pressure that excites the electrons to flow.
10. 10. CurrentCurrent is the rate of the electrical charge passing through a point ona circuit, measured as a quantity over time.
11. 11. Demo: Using a multimeter
12. 12. Demo: Generating power
13. 13. What’s in our pack?
15. 15. Resistor
16. 16. Resistor chart
17. 17. Light Emitting Diode (LED)
18. 18. Exercise: Make a light circuit
19. 19. Potentiometer
20. 20. Exercise: Use a potentiometer
21. 21. Capacitor
22. 22. Photo resistor
23. 23. Exercise: Use the photo resistor in a circuit
24. 24. 555 Timer
25. 25. Speaker
26. 26. Square wave
27. 27. A demonstration of the circuit
28. 28. Schematic of our circuit
29. 29. Wiring diagram