Basics of Electronics
Lesson-1-> Introduction to basic Electronics fundamental concepts.4 Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson -2-> Introduction to Breadboard4 Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson-3 -> Introduction to LED4 Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson-4->Introduction to switches4 Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson-5-> Introduction to Transistor and voltage regulator4 Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson-6 -> Introduction to capacitor5 Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson-7->Introduction to Relay and diode4 Topics|1 Quiz
Activity-1->How to turn on/off multiple LED’s using a slider switch4 Topics|1 Quiz
Activity-2->How to use transistor as a switch and amplifier3 Topics|1 Quiz
Activity-3->How to make a LDR project with transistor3 Topics|1 Quiz
Activity-4->How to make a charging and discharging circuit of capacitor3 Topics|1 Quiz
Hardware Description of Breadboard
There are three different types of breadboard:
These breadboard varies in sizes and there may be variance in rows and column but the general principle of all the breadboards are same
Although the main difference is size but also there are different shapes and color too available in the breadboard.
How is breadboard constructed ?
When you will see the breadboard you will find that there are many tiny holes in the breadboard.
For better understanding let us divide the breadboard in different sections:
1.Bus strip and Terminal strip
A breadboard consists of two areas called strips, and are separated from the middle portion called as DIP support.
Bus strips are used for power supply connections
Terminal strips are mainly used for placing electrical components. In this each strip consist of 5 pinholes, indicating that you only can connect up to 5 components in one particular section.
2. Internal connection of pin holes in breadboard.
As you can see in the above image, the orange strip is indicating that how the tiny holes are connected.
In the bus strip the holes are connected horizontally and in terminal strip the holes are connected vertically.
3. Metal clips
There are metal clips inside the breadboard which is used to grab the electronic components whenever it is plugged into the terminal and bus strip pinholes.