Students, developers and hobbyists interested in learning more about electronics may be interested in the new kit called LabOnTheGo. Specially designed to help teach and let you learn electronics from scratch. The Experiential Learning Kit (EBL) includes a guide that covers 20 basic circuit building concepts. “This guide is more theorybased and is designed to help students learn the concepts and theories of electrical circuits that are commonly taught in middle and early postsecondary education.”
“Education in electronics should not be limited to spaceconsuming desktop computers and heavy and expensive equipment. In today’s competitive work environment with a heavy focus on STEM education, STEMrelated skills need to be more accessible and taught from an early age to spur interest and growth. EIM Technology was created with the goal of revolutionizing electronics education. We believe that we have made good progress, but we need your support for the next stage of our development!”
If the LabOnTheGo crowdfunding campaign successfully raises the required target and production goes smoothly, worldwide shipments are expected to take place sometime in December 2022. To learn more about the LabOnTheGo Electronics Training Kit project, play the promotional video below. Prepayments are currently available for the innovation project at a special price of approximately £66 to £56 (depending on current exchange rates).
“This package will combine the capabilities of MEGO, Zoolark and VEGO (AutoRanging Digital Multimeter) into a set of easytounderstand training exercises. The package will include all the hardware, supplies (like breadboards, building kits, components, wires, etc.), lessons, and tutorials you need to practice electronics in your backpack! The Experiential Learning Kit (EBL) includes a guide that covers 20 basic circuit design concepts such as Ohm’s Law, Kickoff’s Law, series and parallel circuits, inductors, and capacitors, with detailed experimental procedures to help beginning learners get started in circuit design. “
“Yes, you will need a power supply, a multimeter, a signal generator, and an oscilloscope when you experiment with the circuit. You may have seen this sophisticated industrial benchtop equipment in a professional lab but never considered having it at home as it was expensive and bulky. “
For a complete list of all available support options, extended targets, additional media, and technical specifications for the Electronics Education Kit, visit the official LabOnTheGo Crowdfunding Campaign page by clicking the link below.
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