Tronex 50+ Circuit Lab Electronic Kit

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About this product


  • Enjoy more than 50 different experiments
  • Learn the basics of electronics and the uses of components
  • Suitable for ages 8+ with adult supervision and assistance

Product overview

  • Enjoy more than 50 different experiments with this science lab electronic kit
  • Create new circuits and effects by wiring the components on the board differently
  • Learn the basics of electronics and the uses of components
  • With multiple components and 24 parts, there’s plenty to do with this electronic kit
  • Suitable for ages 8+
  • Runs off two AA batteries (sold separately Order Code L43AL)

What different experiments can I enjoy with this kit?
Have fun creating more than 50 different experiments with components including light switches, resistors, transistors and even a speaker. Connect your circuit for experiments that include a spinning LED light, a touch activated LED or combinations of animal noises and number segments. Start with simple circuits and build up to more complex systems that include multiple switches, sensors and outputs. With plenty to play around with, there’s great fun to be made for all levels. This kit uses two AA batteries (sold separately Order Code L43AL).

How do you use the boards?
No soldering is required with this kit, as all the components can be connected by fitting the supplied wires into the springs on the board. When you’re done with one experiment, simply move the wires to the next combination on the instructions. Learn about electricity and electronics and have fun doing it with the Tronex 32050 kit. Experiment with how resistors, LDR, LEDs, speakers, diodes and switches can be used and learn how to ready circuit diagrams.

N.B. This kit should be used with adult supervision and assistance and is suitable for children aged eight and above.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tronex 50+ review Good simple experiments. Coil connections are much easier to use than breadboard type. Instructions are clear and easily followed, as are the written results. So simple, in fact, that no thought is required either connecting or understanding the experiment. It would be better to ask questions about what is happening with answers in another area of the instruction book. There is good scope for setting up your own experiments.
Date published: 2017-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fun way to teach electronics I bought this kit to my 8 y/o daughter over the weekend and we spent hours in building different labs. She already learned what sensors do and what types are there. She can build a a custom lab when I draw her the circuit diagram. Great little fun way to teach your kids basics of electronics. Great toy for future Electronics or Computer Engineers.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great idea bought this for my grandson, he's really enjoyed it so a very good purchase.
Date published: 2017-08-05
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Product Specifications

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Power Specifications

Power Source:

2 x AA batteries (not included)

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Electronic Kit

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I know it’s aimed at age 8 plus but do you think a bright 7 year old would be able to understand the kit with parental support. He loves puzzles and maths and problem solving rather than playing with cars etc

Asked by: Cath
That is entirely up to you to decide. This should be fine with parental supervision.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-11-22

I am looking for an electronics kit suitable for an adult with slight learning difficulties. Don't want to insult her by getting one too easy. Would this be ok as a starter kit?

Asked by: Carole
It is very hard to answer a question like this as it does depend on skill level, if it helps I bought one of these for my 12 year old and he enjoyed it.
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2017-10-11
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