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Nov 15, 2012 by Snake Physicist | Posted in Other - Electronics

What is a basic starter's pack for an electronics beginner?

I always wanted to get busy with hobbyist electronics but being the huge procrastinator I am, I continuously put this aspiration aside. Since I'm also a huge fan of video games, that was the main reason I put it off. Now, I decided to fix some 'life mistakes' like not studying much and consuming all my time in front of the screen without doing anything productive; so I uninstalled all games! Since I'm a Physics student and we are doing a basic electrical circuits lab this semester, I decided to start taking it as a hobby, too. The thing is, I'm also an impulsive buyer. Last time I took this initiative without giving it too much thought, I went and spent 30 euros on a soldering iron and solder that I don't know how to use, a soldering pump, and other unnecessary stuff. Now I plan on doing something a tad bit more organized. So, first of all, here's what I currently own: -A 30 Watt Weller soldering iron /w solder -Solder pump -Soldering braid -A variety of tools (case of various sized screwdrivers, wire cutter and stripper, etc.) -An old PC power unit that I modded to be used as a lab power supply I found a neat online shop with extremely low prices and I was planning on buying some banana wires, a breadboard (220x120mm) and of course a digital multimeter (a very basic, 4 euros one with voltage, resistance, current, diode and some other readings). There is also a rather cheap soldering station that can go from 25 to 60 watts but I'm not sure if I need it. There's a shop in my neighborhood that sells components, too. So, what do you think? Keep in mind that I want to spend just enough money to have everything that a BEGINNER needs! If you have any ideas on my current buy list or any additions, please tell me! Also, a secondary question: how do you think I should get started? Are there some 'basic circuits' that all electronics hobbyists must do? Like the 'Hello World' program that gets a new programmer up and running? Thank you! Also, something else. In the lab, we use both a DC supply and a function generator (AC). Am I going to need something like this? And what about an oscilloscope?


Soldering iron : If your Weller (good choice) is a temperature controlled one, i.e. it takes tempareature controlled bits, then you don't need the soldering station apart from a stand with a solder sponge. Recommend a PTF7 bit for PCB work. It's a fine bit. If you need something a bit bigger then the PTL7 is the one to go for. If your soldering pump is any goos then put the solder braid in a draw and forget about it. Tools: The following come under the heading of highly desirable and dead handy to have around but you don't need them all right away. They ain't cheap but properly used a set of Lindstrom side cutters are the bees knees, Use them for cutting component leads, hookup wire and nothing else and they will last a lifetime. I have a 40 year old pair that are still good. A cheaper set of end cutters are useful too. A scalpel or sharp craft knife for cutting pcb tracks. Small snipe nosed pliers, the ones where the nose is about 2cms long. A small electrical screwdriver (a must have) for knob grub screws, terminal block etc. A set of watch maker's screwdrivers. A set of Allen keys. A set of Torx drivers or at least a few, especially a tiny one as cell phones tend to be held together with them. Tweezers. A stiff brush and an aerosol can of pcb cleaner. A fibre glass typing error correction brush can be handy too. A reel of 60/40 multicore lead/tin solder. Do NOT get lead free solder, it's a mare to use even for the experienced. Large electrical pliers. Large side cutters. A set of BA or metric or both nut spinners from 0BA to 8BA (0,2,4,6,8). A set of BA and metric spanners in the same size as the nut spinners. The list is practically what a professional service engineer would use so as I said buy the bits as and when you feel you need them as they aren't all required initially. PSU: Ideally a 0-30V variable power supply, which could be your first project. Mostly a 12V and/or 9V regulated power supply will do for

GibsonEssGee | Nov 15, 2012
GibsonEssGee | Nov 15, 2012
Soldering iron : If your Weller (good choice) is a temperature controlled one, i.e. it takes tempareature controlled bits, then you don't need the soldering station apart from a stand with a solder sponge. Recommend a PTF7 bit for PCB work. It's a fine bit. If you need something a bit bigger then the PTL7 is the one to go for. If your soldering pump is any goos then put the solder braid in a draw and forget about it. Tools: The following come under the heading of highly desirable and dead handy to have around but you don't need them all right away. They ain't cheap but properly used a set of Lindstrom side cutters are the bees knees, Use them for cutting component leads, hookup wire and nothing else and they will last a lifetime. I have a 40 year old pair that are still good. A cheaper set of end cutters are useful too. A scalpel or sharp craft knife for cutting pcb tracks. Small snipe nosed pliers, the ones where the nose is about 2cms long. A small electrical screwdriver (a must have) for knob grub screws, terminal block etc. A set of watch maker's screwdrivers. A set of Allen keys. A set of Torx drivers or at least a few, especially a tiny one as cell phones tend to be held together with them. Tweezers. A stiff brush and an aerosol can of pcb cleaner. A fibre glass typing error correction brush can be handy too. A reel of 60/40 multicore lead/tin solder. Do NOT get lead free solder, it's a mare to use even for the experienced. Large electrical pliers. Large side cutters. A set of BA or metric or both nut spinners from 0BA to 8BA (0,2,4,6,8). A set of BA and metric spanners in the same size as the nut spinners. The list is practically what a professional service engineer would use so as I said buy the bits as and when you feel you need them as they aren't all required initially. PSU: Ideally a 0-30V variable power supply, which could be your first project. Mostly a 12V and/or 9V regulated power supply will do for
Jul 07, 2012 by Pragadeesan Shankar | Posted in Other - Electronics

Hi!! I want to buy a electronic tool kit...?

I am BE eee student...i need suggestions to buy a cheapest electronic tool kit package online.The tool kit should satisfies all my needs during engineering projects...Also tell me what are tools required for making basic as well as professional projects...thks for ur reply...:) tool kit should support me to do engineering projects in electronics.,so my tool kits should consist of LED,breadboard,multimeter,transistors,resistorsetc


The cheapest tool kit is NOT what You want...... All serious professionals know cheap tools are nothing but a disappointment..... Talk to your teacher and ask what he recommends for tools.... It would be helpful if you let us know exactly what tools you need..... Many techs assemble there own kits to match the kind of work they are doing...... What ever you do stick with brand names like SK Tools, Craftsman, Snap-On, Mac, Fluke Meters, ChannelLoc, Klein Tools, Wright, Weller Soldering tools...... AVOID all made in China or other Home Depot / Walmart tools... They either break easy or will not get the job done...... You will need Torx screwdrivers...... http://www.ebay.com/itm/Craftsman-Profes sional-7-pc-Torx-Screwdriver-Set-Sears-I tem-49302-/150847708888?pt=LH_DefaultDom ain_0&hash=item231f395ed8 Regular screwdrivers... http://www.ebay.com/itm/8-piece-Craftsma n-Professional-Screwdriver-Set-9-47202-/ 110871577473?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&h ash=item19d0760381 http://www.ebay.com/itm/Xcelite-5-piece- ergonomic-handle-screwdriver-set-XPE-500 -XPE500-New-in-box-/170822798825?pt=BI_E lectrical_Equipment_Tools&hash=item2 7c5d50de9 Nut drivers.... http://www.ebay.com/itm/Klein-Tools-631- 7-Piece-Cushion-Grip-Nut-Driver-Set-3-ho llow-shafts-/170873623724?pt=LH_DefaultD omain_0&hash=item27c8dc94ac http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Craftsman-Nu tdriver-Mechanics-Tool-Set-SAE-Inch-Metr ic-8-PC-6PT-Socket-/261055140657?pt=LH_D efaultDomain_0&hash=item3cc8195331 A socket set.... http://www.ebay.com/itm/Craftsman-154-Pi ece-MECHANICS-Tool-Set-Socket-pc-NEW-/33 0576066044?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&has h=item4cf7de75fc Pliers.... http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-CRAFTSMAN-3- pc-Precision-Mini-Pliers-Set-Needle-Nose -Cutter-Long-FREE-SHIP-/160831695072?pt= Pliers&hash=item257250e8e0

METROPOLIS1 | Jul 07, 2012
METROPOLIS1 | Jul 07, 2012
The cheapest tool kit is NOT what You want...... All serious professionals know cheap tools are nothing but a disappointment..... Talk to your teacher and ask what he recommends for tools.... It would be helpful if you let us know exactly what tools you need..... Many techs assemble there own kits to match the kind of work they are doing...... What ever you do stick with brand names like SK Tools, Craftsman, Snap-On, Mac, Fluke Meters, ChannelLoc, Klein Tools, Wright, Weller Soldering tools...... AVOID all made in China or other Home Depot / Walmart tools... They either break easy or will not get the job done...... You will need Torx screwdrivers...... http://www.ebay.com/itm/Craftsman-Profes sional-7-pc-Torx-Screwdriver-Set-Sears-I tem-49302-/150847708888?pt=LH_DefaultDom ain_0&hash=item231f395ed8 Regular screwdrivers... http://www.ebay.com/itm/8-piece-Craftsma n-Professional-Screwdriver-Set-9-47202-/ 110871577473?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&h ash=item19d0760381 http://www.ebay.com/itm/Xcelite-5-piece- ergonomic-handle-screwdriver-set-XPE-500 -XPE500-New-in-box-/170822798825?pt=BI_E lectrical_Equipment_Tools&hash=item2 7c5d50de9 Nut drivers.... http://www.ebay.com/itm/Klein-Tools-631- 7-Piece-Cushion-Grip-Nut-Driver-Set-3-ho llow-shafts-/170873623724?pt=LH_DefaultD omain_0&hash=item27c8dc94ac http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Craftsman-Nu tdriver-Mechanics-Tool-Set-SAE-Inch-Metr ic-8-PC-6PT-Socket-/261055140657?pt=LH_D efaultDomain_0&hash=item3cc8195331 A socket set.... http://www.ebay.com/itm/Craftsman-154-Pi ece-MECHANICS-Tool-Set-Socket-pc-NEW-/33 0576066044?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&has h=item4cf7de75fc Pliers.... http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-CRAFTSMAN-3- pc-Precision-Mini-Pliers-Set-Needle-Nose -Cutter-Long-FREE-SHIP-/160831695072?pt= Pliers&hash=item257250e8e0
Fly Inverted | Jul 07, 2012
Yeah, that is pretty complete. Your tool kit will evolve very much based on what you are doing. Some of the tools in my tool box, I made myself to fit specific places or do specific jobs. Your tool box is very important. It keeps your tools organized, and in a place that you can find each item. You learn very quickly to put it back in the right place every time you use it. It is very frustrating to spend ten minutes wasting time looking for something, instead of working on your project. Don't be cheap about your tool box. It is a major component of your equipment.

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    I have the previous model of the weller 40w soldering iron and this is a definite improvement. At first I was a little concerned about the bulky front of the soldering iron but after using it those concerns are gone. In fact, the new Weller soldering iron seems better in every way. But let me take you through it one-by-one:The HandleThe hard plastics have a matt finish that feels nice and does offer a little friction and there is a rubber grip that makes holding it very easy. The rubber grip extends over the lip of the chunky triangular front of the handle. The triangular shape with the high friction grip of the rubber means the iron is safer. The previous one would roll easily just from the weight of the cable. The new design means it stays put where you leave it.Another improvement to the handle is the flexible cable protextor at the base of the handle which will help stop the cable from bending and wearing out the insulation.The... 5/5 Inna Tysoe "Inna Tysoe" (Earth) - See all my reviews, May 3, 2013

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    The iron itself is nice and the lights are great. I bought a large quantity of these irons to use for STEM education at a local school. In Maryland, we have to use lead free solder in schools. The tips for this iron only have nickel over copper plating which erodes extremely quickly (after about 20-30 minutes of use) when used with lead free solder. The whole front of the soldering iron tip just vanishes !!!!Good soldering iron tips have copper, nickel, then iron, and chrome plating on them to do a better job of protecting the copper underneath. For reference, I was using Kester K100 solder with #48 flux. I have been using this same solder with my Hakko professional iron with great results for a long time with no problems at all. This has been a disaster and I have had to scramble to go beg and borrow some real soldering irons for my next classes. All of the tips (MT1 thru MT3) that Weller offers only have nickel plating so there is no real solution to this problem as of... 1/5 Melinda - See all my reviews This review is from: Weller SP25NKUS 25 Watt LED Soldering Iron Kit, Red/Black (Tools & Home Improvement) The iron itself is nice and the lights are great. I bought a large quantity of these irons to use for STEM education at a local school. In Maryland, we have to use lead free solder in schools. The tips for this iron only have nickel over copper plating which erodes extremely quickly (after about 20-30 minutes of use) when used with lead free solder. The whole front of the soldering iron tip just vanishes !!!!Good soldering iron tips have copper, nickel, then iron, and chrome plating on them to do a better job of protecting the copper underneath. For reference, I was using Kester K100 solder with #48 flux. I have been using this same solder with my Hakko professional iron with great results for a long time with no problems at all. This has been a disaster and I have had to scramble to go beg and borrow some real soldering irons for my next classes. All of the tips (MT1 thru MT3) that Weller offers only have nickel plating so there is no real solution to this problem as of... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews&nbsp; Was this review helpful to you?&nbsp;, May 2, 2014

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    0 1/5 Brian S. - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Weller SP40NKUS 40 Watt LED Soldering Iron Kit, Red/Black (Tools & Home Improvement) Initially I really liked this iron. Only owned for 2 months doing some light work and now won't heat. This seems to be a common problem with these. Cheap and disposable. Has a nice feature with LEDs to see what you're doing. The irony of the iron is that the LEDs last years...sadness. Now it's a corded low lumen flashlight with a 6 ft reach possessing blunt stabbing abilities. Oh joy. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews&nbsp; Was this review helpful to you?&nbsp;, June 27, 2014
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    A few years back I bought a digital soldering station from Rat Shack. It said it had replacable tips. You can replace them with as many tips as you want so long as you replace it with the only tip that fits that soldering iron which is huge. So I was working on a little tedious project and decided it was time to buy a new soldering iron that actually had a large selection of tips. After much deliberation I bought this one.The soldering wand is very ergonomic, light and easy to use. It has a soft narrow grip and a short tip making it easy to control when you are in tight spaces. It heats up in under a minute. The dial goes in 10 degree increments from 350 to 850 degrees Fahrenheit. The unit is very well built and has a sturdy stand with a funnel on the end to help guide the tip in so you aren't banging it against the coil when putting it in the stand.All in all I think it is a great soldering iron. I don't know what the reviewer who gave it one star was... 5/5 JAB (Texas) - See all my reviews A few years back I bought a digital soldering station from Rat Shack. It said it had replacable tips. You can replace them with as many tips as you want so long as you replace it with the only tip that fits that soldering iron which is huge. So I was working on a little tedious project and decided it was time to buy a new soldering iron that actually had a large selection of tips. After much deliberation I bought this one.The soldering wand is very ergonomic, light and easy to use. It has a soft narrow grip and a short tip making it easy to control when you are in tight spaces. It heats up in under a minute. The dial goes in 10 degree increments from 350 to 850 degrees Fahrenheit. The unit is very well built and has a sturdy stand with a funnel on the end to help guide the tip in so you aren't banging it against the coil when putting it in the stand.All in all I think it is a great soldering iron. I don't know what the reviewer who gave it one star was... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews&nbsp; Was this review helpful to you?&nbsp;, March 2, 2008

    Great unit without frills or expense.

    0 5/5 Charles R. Fralick Jr. (Diamondhead, MS United States) - See all my reviews, July 13, 2006

    High Quality and Easy to Use

    I got the WES51 station for my first soldering experience, replacing bad/blown capacitors in my older G5 Imac, and it worked great. (25 capacitors replaced successfully!)I purchased based on positive reviews and the price seemed good. Never having soldered before- and frankly never having worked on the guts of my computer before- the project was daunting; I didn't want to spend a lot of dough on a tool that I may never use again and for a project that I perceived had dim prospects for success. Having used it successfully, I now consider this to be an excellent tool and a tremendous value for the price.When I first opened the box, I thought the unit looked antiquated- something you might unearth from underneath your grandfather's workbench. It has one LED to let you know the unit is on and heating, and a dial. The machine is solid, though, and has the look and feel of quality.The iron itself is light and the soft foam rubber makes it very... 5/5 M. Ross "Bacchuskitty" (Orange, CA USA) - See all my reviews, February 3, 2010
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    0 3/5 Rob M (FL/USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Xacto X73780 Precision Soldering Iron and Hot Knife Tip (Tools & Home Improvement) Originally I got very excited about finally being able to use the Xacto blades I already had in a hot knife, but the problem is it doesn't work that way. The Xacto blades are too thin and simply cannot transfer any heat through the cutting edge. BUT there is some hope...I am cutting heavy nylon webbing with mine, but not with the blade tip. The package also had a round tip that carried heat much better. I made this into a more bladed tip by heating the unit up and hammering the round tip flat. This makes it a bit denser as well to hold heat. I then took the tip to a grinding wheel to make it even sharper. Works very well now. Just don't expect the blade tip to do anything that a normal Xacto handle can't. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews&nbsp; Was this review helpful to you?&nbsp;, March 4, 2009
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    0 4/5 WINGNUT (MICHIGAN) - See all my reviews This review is from: Weller D650 Industrial Soldering Gun (Tools & Home Improvement) A good product. I bought this one to replace the old one I had owned for about 8 years. It finally quit working after being dropped a couple of times. It heats quickly and will readily solder up to 8ga wire. I have also used the cutting tip to weld plastic and cut nylon cord. It is important to keep the tip clamp screws tight. If it doesn't heat up properly (less than 10 sec) then the clamp screws probably need tightening. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews&nbsp; Was this review helpful to you?&nbsp;, December 16, 2008

    Recommend for Automotive and Electrical Work

    0 5/5 Gary Davis "Gato95694" (Winters, CA) - See all my reviews, March 25, 2010

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    0 3/5 TJW "radiok0tw" (Tucson, AZ) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Weller D650 Industrial Soldering Gun (Tools & Home Improvement) I purchased this soldering gun to install connectors on larger coaxial cables. First thing I noticed was that the light does not work. Second, the internal transformer seems to be loose because I can feel it flopping around if I shake the gun. It DOES solder adequately though. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews&nbsp; Was this review helpful to you?&nbsp;, September 25, 2010
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