Not-so-easy

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robotics • electronics • coding


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not-so-easy

  • Everythings included - parts, wires, batteries are included in all our kits
  • No experience needed - our online lessons to mentor, guide, and teach your kid
  • Safety first - no soldering required, low voltage projects
  • Challenge their mind - learn real engineering concepts
  • Challenge their hands - build using real electronics components
  • Challenge their grit - not-so-easy means much-more-rewarding when the challenge is met

HOW IT WORKS

Kids ages 7-12:
Select our "not-so-easy" electronics kit (monthly subscription)
Kids ages 10+:
Select our "not-so_easy" Q the Robot robotics kit (one-time purchase)
Log online for our video & coding lessons that will show your kid how to build the project & teach them how it works.

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How does the bi-color LED circuit work

The bi-color LED works like two LEDs connected at the short negative prongs making one prong that connects to the negative side, the two positive prongs connect to the positive side lighting up both LEDs.

About the NPN Circuit Pt 1

When the NPN transistor's base is a switch that is controlled when electricity flows though it, this will close the circuit.

About the Pushbutton LED Circuit

the way the push button works is that when you push the button, it turns the open circuit into a closed circuit. when the button is NOT pushed, it isn't a closed circuit, so the LED doesn't turn on.

How the motor gearbox works

When the small gear turns all around it turns fast. The big gear turns slower, and turns only a little bit compared to the small gear. The use of small and bigger gears is how to slow down the speed of the wheels.

Capacitor leaks current as it charges

think of a bucket of water .the fuller the bucket gets the less electric charge is let out. hence,at the begining the capacitor lets the LED light up towards the end , the capacitor starts to not let enough electricity flow.at the end the LED does'nt light up.

Understanding the Genius Light

The brighter the LED the more voltage is going through it not the photoresistor. This is the LED "path". The dimmer the LED the less voltage is going through it. Most of the voltage is going through the Photoresistor. This is the Photoresistor "path".