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Circuit Scribe Advanced Modules

Various pro-elements for circuits on paper.
  • Advanced electronic modules for use with the Circuit Scribe Pen oder as extension for the kits.

Circuit Scribe Advanced Modules

Various pro-elements for circuits on paper.

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Description

  • Advanced electronic modules for use with the Circuit Scribe Pen oder as extension for the kits.

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The Circuit Scribe makes it possible to sketch circuits on paper and use them directly. Below you can see some expert modules to extend your kits. In addition there're basic modules. If you want to combine everything yourself, you can buy the pen with the conductive silver ink separately.





Check out these modules and their functions:






Blinker

The Blinker turns direct current into a square wave output, which means it passes the current periodically. Use it to make LEDs blink or buzzers beep.





Photo Sensor

The photo transistor is used to build circuits that react to light. The more light on the sensor means the more output. For instance, if you set a buzzer behind it, it will give a signal as soon as it's bright enough.





2 x Photo Sensors

This photo transistor allows you to create light-dependant circuits. The more light on the sensor means more output. How about building an alarm clock that reacts to the first light of the morning with the photo sensor and the buzzer?





Potentiometer

The potentiometer works like an adjustable resistor, so it's like many resistors in one device. Set the output with the turning knob to regulate how much voltage goes to the following modules, for example to change the brightness of a lamp.

Détails techniques
  • Age recommendation: Ages 13+.: