MR Circuit I

Embark on an adventure in the fascinating world of electronics. This innovative, interactive software package takes the new electronics student through a brief history of electronic theory, the resistor color code, and the operation of basic electronic components: resistors, potentiometers, photocells, capacitors, speakers, diodes, SCRs, transistors, and LEDs. These components then become the basis for 21 exciting projects and experiments that are built and demonstrated right on the computer.

Lessons Included: EDL1 - Basic Electronic Theory EDL2 - Resistor Color Code EDL3 - Using the Solderless CB -LPA01 - How a Resistor Works LPA02 - How a Potentiometer Works LPA03 - How a Photocell Works LPA04 - How a Capacitor Works LPA05 - How a Speaker Works LPA06 - How a Diode Works LPA07 - How an SCR Works LPA08 - How an NPN Transistor Works LPA09 - How a PNP Transistor Works LPA10 - Transistor Oscillator LPA11 - Blinking LED (555 Timer) PPA12 - Burglar Alarm PPA13 - Automatic Night Light PPA14 - DC to DC Power Supply PPA15 - Electronic Metronome PPA16 - Electronic Motorcycle PPA17 - Railroad Lights PPA18 - Variable Speed Lights PPA19 - Continuity Tester PPA20 - Audio Generator PPA21 - Electronic Police Siren PPA22 - Wake-Up Alarm PPA23 - Variable Timer PPA24 - Moisture Detector PPA25 - Code Oscillator PPA26 - Audible Water Detector PPA27 - English Police Siren PPA28 - Electronic Canary PPA29 - Space Machine Gun PPA30 - Ultrasonic Pest Repeller

MR Circuit II - Digital Magic

It seems like every electronic gadget we pick up nowadays is built around a digital circuit of some kind. Digital Magic software brings the basic concepts of digital electronics to the classroom and introduces WHY digital electronics is used so extensively. This package teaches the basic principles of boolean algebra, logic gates, the binary number system, clocks, timers, dividers, displays, and others. These ideas are then integrated into eleven exciting projects that the student builds and demonstrates on-screen.

Lessons Included: DML1 - Introduction to Digital Electronics DML2 - Logic Circuits DML3 - Usin the Solderless Circuit Board DME1 - A Logic Indicator DME2 - The AND Logic Gate DME3 - The Or Logic Gate DME4 - The Not (Inverter) and YES Circuits DME5 - The NOR Logic Gate DML4 - Integrated Circuits DME6 - The NAND Logic Gate DME7 - A Two-Gate Clock DME8 - A Two-Gate Timer DME9 - A Basic Memory Circuit DME10 - The 555 Timer DML5 - Numbering Systems and Binary Numbers DME11 - The Binary Counter DME12 - The Decade Counter DME13 - Dividers DME14 - The Seven-Segment Display DME15 - The Seven-Segment Decoder DME16 - A Digital Counter with Display DME17 - An Up/Down Counter with Display DME18 - The Multiplexer/Demultiplexer DME19 - Variable Speed Up/Down Chasing Lights DME20 - A Logic Probe DME21 - A One-Shot Touch Generator DME22 - A Pulse Train Generator DME23 - A Digital Heads or Tail Game DME24 - A Double Decision Maker DME25 - A Stop-Action Teaction Tester DME26 - An ON/OFF Touch Switch DME27 - A Digital Stepping Touch Switch DME28 - A Photo-Electric Digital Lap Counter DME29 - A Random Number Generator DME30 - A Digital Die

The Laws of Direct Current: Mr. Circuit III

The newest addition to the Mr. Circuit software line, The Laws of Direct Current explores the concepts of circuit theory and analysis. Adapted from the core college curriculum, Mr. Circuit III is complete in its treatment of DC theory while requiring only a good understanding of high school algebra. Rich animations, solid explanations, and student interactivity and review make this course a must in any electronics classroom. Every lesson includes detailed description of the topic with examples and review plus a ten question quiz to measure understanding. Each lesson builds on the previous to add new knowledge and skills. Every fifth lesson is an overview of the previous four, designed to ensure comprehension before continuing.

Lessons Included: MC3001 - Coulombs Law MC3002 - Powers of Ten & Engineering Notation MC3003 - Electrical Quantities MC3004 - Basic Circuits MC3005 - Review MC3006 - Resistors MC3007 - Ohm's Law MC3008 - Series Circuits MC3009 - The Voltage Divider Rule MC3010 - Review MC3011 - Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL) MC3012 - Parallel Circuits MC3013 - Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL) MC3014 - Polarity and Sub Script Notation MC3015 - Review MC3016 - Series-Parallel Circuits MC3017 - Series-Paralled Resistance Formula MC3018 - Voltage Divider Design MC3019 - Bridge Circuits / Y Delta Conversion MC3020 - Review MC3021 - Voltage Sources and Current Sources MC3022 - The Superposition Theorem MC3023 - Branch Current Analysis MC3024 - Node Voltage Analysis MC3025 - Review MC3026 - Norton's Theorem MC3027 - Thevenins's Theorem MC3028 - Millman's Theorem MC3029 - Maximum Power Transfer Theorem MC3030 - Review

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