Not all projects need a micro-controller or Arduino to run them. Sometimes, all you need to control a project are a few cheap IC chips. Learn what an IC Chip is, the parts that go into them, the basics of IC chips, and a few basic IC chips that preform essential functions in a project. The IC chips we will be covering are:
-The 555 timer, a chip that can act as either a signal generator or as a delay.
-The 741 Op-Amp, a chip that amplifies signals.
-The AND, OR, and NOT chips. These chips preform Boolean logic to give your project a basic form of intelligence.
This is a free talk and demonstration open to the public.
Saturday, September 19. 6pm-7:30pm
We are in the garage around back on Watson St. Look for our flag.