Fun With Electronics

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 72 pages
A step-by-step kit comes with a fully illustrated guide, a battery-run electronic workbench, and all the tools and parts necessary to build a cord- and battery-free radio, a burglar alarm that keeps out nosy siblings, a strength-detector, and more. Original.
 

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Contents

Whats Electricity? 5 11 Electronic Timer
42
Putting Together the Workbench 7 1 2 Electronic Candle
44
Testing Your Workbench 18 13 Conductance Checker
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14 Strength Detector
48
Note to Parents 21 15 Electronic Rooster
50
1 Engine Sounds 22 16 Electronic Tag
52
2 Siren with Light 24 17 Morse Code Generator
54
3 Light Fader 26 18 Intercom
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4 Traffic Light 28 19 Metronome
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5 Burglar Alarm 30 20 Crystal Radio
60
6 Musical Organ 32 21 Transistor Radio
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7 TouchActivated Switch 34 22 Electronic Thermometer
64
8 SoundActivated Switch 36 23 FlipFlop Circuit
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9 LightActivated Switch 38 24 PersistenceofVision Tester
68
10 Light Organ 40 25 Metal Detector
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