Bundle package: Robotics: Learn by building module 1: Electricity & Electronics with the Analog electronics kit!

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$114.00

Available on backorder

Bundle package: Robotics: Learn by Building

Part 1: Electricity and Electronics online course

with the companion Analog Electronics Kit

Description

 

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Get this course & kit for just $114US + $20 S&H!

International orders, please include a telephone number in the notes when you order.

Attention homeschoolers:  I’ve been asked about package deals with multiple electronics kits.  If you intend to run the course with multiple children and want multiple kits, please go ahead and buy the first bundle package and then contact the instructor, ianjuby@ianjuby.org for further instructions on getting more kits at a discount.  Thanks!

In this module 1 course, you will build electronic circuits, actually make some electronic components from scratch, learn about electricity, soldering skills, and basic analog electronics.  You’ll need some basic math skills and that’s it! No prior knowledge of electricity or electronics is required, and yet by the end of this course you’ll have built functioning electronic circuits like light flashers, sound effects, and controlling the roboticist’s best friend, the servo motor which is a motor that turns to a specific direction at your command.  All courses have open captions for the hearing impaired.

If you already have electronics parts and a breadboard, you can buy just the course itself:

Robotics Course Part 1

Robotics Course, module 1

This course is the prerequisite for the module II course which is digital electronics where you will work with a computer-on-a-chip and hook that computer up to the real world.  In module III you’ll learn crucial physics and robotic drive systems (really a subset of physics), as well as the construction methods for building, say, a submarine robot.  In module IV, you’ll venture into prototyping and culminate all you’ve learned as you build a 3D printer from scratch, hook it up to a desktop computer and make your own plastic parts.  The 3D printer is, in effect, a robot which you can then use to make parts for your other robot designs. The 3D printer also uses a computer controlled rack so you could also potentially use it as a laser cutter or a milling machine and make parts out of other materials like metal.

Included Analog electronics kit:

All the electronics parts you need for the Robotics Course, module 1: Electricity and Electronics.  The kit includes all the parts needed for all of the electronics projects covered in the course and includes: Resistors, capacitors, diodes, LED’s, transistors, a photosensor, voltage regulator, microchips including an op amp, audio amp and timer, pushbuttons, a relay, DC motor, a speaker, jumper wires and breadboard, battery holders, a servo motor, alligator clips, and one of Ian’s custom designed protoboards for soldering your circuit into a more permanent circuit!  You can also order more of Ian’s protoboards here on Jet Pack Academy.

 

 

Inquiries about orders can email kits@JetPackAcademy.com or you can call toll free in the US and Canada 1-877-532-9160 and hit 1 at the menu.

Delivery times: Please allow one week turnaround time. International deliveries are expected to take 2 to 6 weeks.

 

Homeschoolers:

You only need to buy the course once for all of your children to enjoy. However, some of the parts in the electronic parts kit do get consumed during the course, and typically some parts get ruined.  Depending on what the first student does with the parts and what they build, you might consider purchasing a separate Analog electronics kit for each child, or just extra protoboards as one focus of the course is how to recycle electronics to obtain your own parts for cheap or free.  Extras are available on the Products page.

1 review for Bundle package: Robotics: Learn by building module 1: Electricity & Electronics with the Analog electronics kit!

  1. amritpalsandhu

    Hello, I purchased this a couple of weeks ago and still haven’t heard anything or received the product. Can someone please get in touch with me?

    • Ian Juby

      HI Amritpal,
      I will get the lady who handles our kits to get in touch with you. We had parts on backorder and that shipment was finally received this past week. I know she got a pile of orders sent out, but I don’t know how far down the list she got. If your kit was shipped, you should have received an automated email with tracking information, but I do know that for some people that email was going in to their spam folder.

      Ian

    • Ian Juby

      Hi again Amritpal,
      The package never got sent because we need a phone number to put on your package. I’m not sure what’s going on, apparently my email never got to you – but I’ve been getting blocked by spam filters an awful lot lately! We couldn’t have sent it before this week anyway, but I’ll try to email you again. Could you please email me a recipient phone number to ianjuby@gmail.com? Thanks – I’ll try to email you as well.

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