The tutorial will be in three parts, over three consecutive Mondays: February 15th, 22nd, and March 7th. Attendees should come to all three sessions, so make sure you are available for all sessions before signing up.
The Basic Electronics Class is designed to help Arduino hackers and beginner electronics enthusiasts learn some of the important theory and terminology that everyone needs to know. The first set of three classes will attempt to cover as many fundamentals as possible. If you’re confused by ohms law, how to choose and use basic components, or even what basic electronic components are used for, this is the class for you!
Bring general electronics questions, or project ideas as the second half of each class will be an open discussion about electronics topics. You can also bring a laptop with LTSpice install on it if you are interested in running Andrew's circuit simulations after the talk is over, but it's not mandatory.
The class will be taught by Andrew Kilpatrick. Andrew has designed all kinds of electronics including his own line of musical equipment: www.kilpatrickaudio.com Andrew has been involved with Hacklab Toronto since 2008.
Suggested donation to the HackLab of $10/night, or PWYC. This helps the lab keep our doors open and run lots more workshops like this one!