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Welcome to the Electronics ClubA website for anyone wishing to learn about electronics or build simple projects.
Written for beginners but used by many others as a quick reference.
Identify componentsFind out how to identify components including resistors, capacitors, diodes, LEDs, transistors and switches.
Build a projectLearn how to solder and build a project. Find out about circuits for the popular 555 timer and try out ideas on breadboard.
Learn the circuit symbolsBecome familiar with the circuit symbols and read circuit diagrams.
Study electronicsThe large study section explains how circuits work beginning with the basics such as voltage and resistance before moving on to logic gates and counters. Learn how to use a multimeter and an oscilloscope for testing circuits.
Rapid Electronics have kindly allowed me to use their images on this website and I am very grateful for their continued support. They stock a wide range of components, tools and materials for electronics and I am happy to recommend them as a supplier for individuals and education. In my experience their standard delivery really is rapid!
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Site last updated: 6 March 2014
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