• Make your own electronic die complete with seven LEDs to look like a real die
• The kit generates a random number between one and six
• Simple and fun to solder with 30 parts
• Requires a 9V battery (not included, Order Code L46AL)What can I create with this kit?
Never run out of dice with this electronic dice kit (manufacturer’s code MK109). The die uses seven LEDs to display numbers as you would see them on the faces of traditional dice. Push the button to release the die and the LEDs cycle through the numbers before slowly rolling to a stop. The 35 parts come together to create this great electronic die to get you in a gaming mood.
What can I learn from this electronic dice kit?
Practise soldering and learn about electronics and circuits with this electronic dice kit which uses resistors, capacitors, a transistor, LEDs and two microchips. Learn how they are connected in a circuit and see how the two integrated circuits (or microchips) control what number comes up on the die and how it lights up. This is a great kit to show how circuit design works as it has components that can’t be soldered directly and ones with polarity that need to be soldered in a specific direction. This kit requires a soldering iron and solder and may require wire cutters.
How easy is this kit to solder?
Simple to solder, this kit is ideal for beginners learning about electronics. Putting the dice kit together is just the start. You could create an enclosure (not included) for the die to protect the electronics or make it unique to you. This kit runs off a DC 8-15V power supply and comes with a holder for a 9V (PP3) battery (battery not included).