Assemble the no-solder components and discover 6 activities to make your own alarm. Includes real components (light sensor, buzzer, transistors etc.) and instructions illustrated in colour for the activities.
Why does a saline solution conduct electricity? How does a motor work? How does a light bulb turn on? What is the difference between a series circuit and a parallel circuit? How does an alarm work? How do you make a siren? 22 easy circuits, with no soldering required, to discover electricity.
Assemble the components on the board and produce over 50 electronic circuits: alarm, sound effects, digital screen. No-solder, no-danger components: LEDs, photosensitive, magnetic and touch-sensitive switches, transistors, resistors, loudspeaker, rotating light. Illustrated colour booklet.
Create circuits and build 17 models: lighthouses, Ferris wheel, helicopter, and more. A kit to understand and discover the basics about electricity. More than 130 pieces required for circuits: rod, motor, battery box, connection wires, etc. Instruction sheet with colour illustrations.
Assemble the parts and build a robot powered by solar energy. 14 models can be built, including a car, a crab, a boxer and a boat. Illustrated colour instructions with assembly diagrams and fun activities.
Assemble the components on the console and create 20 electronic assemblies: make the propeller take off, learn Morse Code and use your voice to activate the circuit, etc.
A giant 90 cm wind turbine to assemble and set up in the garden. The wind turns the blades and the generator produces electricity to charge a battery (not included). The electricity generated can power a self-assembly vehicle
Use the screwdriver included to assemble the controller, build the cabinet and connect the components: screen, loudspeaker and power supply. Customise your cabinet with stickers. Discover 12 games inspired by the great arcade classics: puzzle, snake, breakout, shoot'em up...
Assemble the parts of the car with the screwdriver, and then make it move with solar energy.
With the screwdriver included, assemble the elements to construct your pinball machine. Connect the components with the no-solder connectors: bumpers, LEDs and the score table. Personalise your pinball machine with stickers. The electronic board emits sounds whenever the ball hits the bumpers and keeps track of players' scores.