Megatronika

Electronics123 het onlangs klasse vir kinders beging aanbied. My eind doel met die klasse is om die leerders in staat te stel om 'n robot te kan bou.
Megatronika is n vakrigting wat uit meer as een vak bestaan en ons het voorlopig beging om die volgende drie vakke te bestudeer: Elektronika, Meganika, en Rekkenaar programmeering.
Elke Dinsdag van 16:00-18:00 bied ek die vak elektronika aan. Op Woensdae is dit rekkenaar programmeering ook van 16:00 - 18:00 en dan op Donderdae Meganika 16:00 - 18:00. Ek bied die klasse in die winkel Electronics123 aan in Waverley Pretoria.
Om die doel te bereik volg ek 'n prosess waarin elke vak in 5 onderverdeeling bestudeer word naamlik: 1 lees van text boeke, 2 doen van experimente, 3 ontwikkeling van vaardighede, 4 ontwerp, 5 vervaardiging.

Mechatronics

Electronics123 have started to present lectures for children. The end goal is to equip the learners with knowledge and skills to build a robot.
Mechatronics is a multi discipline field and we have started to study the following fields: Electronics, Mechanics and Computer Programming.
I present Electronics on Tuesdays, Computer programming on Wednesdays and Mechanics on Thursdays from 16:00-18:00. At the Electronics123 store in Waverley Pretoria.
To a chief this goal we follow a process where every subject gets divided in to 5 sub study's: 1 reading of text books, 2 trying out experiments 3 practicing skills 4 design 5 manufacture.

electronic

Mechatronics is a fascinating field and the Electronics123 team dream of designing and building our very own robot one day! In the perusal of this dream we are presenting electronic workshop for children on Tuesdays at the Electronics123 store in Waverley Pretoria from 16:00-18:00.

Children who like to attend the electronic workshop on Tuesdays will first need to complete 1) Transistor Flip-Flop Workshop 2) Electronic Workstation Workshop. For more info on these two workshops click on workshop at the top of webpage.

Leaners attending the electronic workshop are buzzy building the following electronic circuits:

Transistor Flip-Flop
Coordination Test Game
555 Time Switch
555 Oscillator with LDR
Light / Dark Switch
555 LED Flasher
Moving Light Effect
Electronic Dice
Two Tone Siren
Sound Switch
Regulated Power Supply
12 Volt Battery Tester
Electronic Code Lock
Series Voltage Regulator
Electronic Key and Lock
‘KNIGHT RIDER’ Light Effect
Optical Proximity Sensor
Intercom

Do not miss out on this exiting field of Mechatronics e-mail Jaco at jaco@electronics123.co.za 

mechanical

Mechatronics is a fascinating field and the Electronics123 team dream of designing and building our very own robot one day! In the perusal of this dream we are presenting mechanical workshop for children on Tuesdays at the Electronics123 store in Waverley Pretoria from 16:00-18:00.

Currently we are designing and prototyping a toy car. The car’s chassis is made from 20mm X 20mm pine and 6mm treaded rod this gives the child the opportunity to saw the material and use the pieces to assemble the chassis. To keep cost down we are cutting the wheels from wood by means of a 110mm hole saw.

The duration of this toy car prototype workshop is not yet know. Also the cost of materials used is not yet known. Children attending this workshop will need to pay R70 per class and once the prototype is done the child can build his/her own toy car and pay a discounted price for material used.

Parents need to reserve their child workbench for this toy car prototype project and can contact me at jaco@electronics123.co.za

Toy car