Where can I learn the very basics of electronics? Like soldering pins and other basic stuff?


master key8 years ago
The Electronics club

http://www.kpsec.freeuk.com

Has information about components and soldering.
It's not a club.

ste54428 years ago
Like UziMonkey, I recommend the theory before the practice.
You dont need to go mad on theory to start making useful circuits but a little helps!
Find a book called 'The Art Of Electronics' by Horowitz and Hill and have a good read of it. It is the only book you will need for quite a while and its an easy read!
Feel free to post any questions you have on my forum....please note that it is a little lacking in users since its only a few days old but I will reply to you ;-)

Hope this helps!

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UziMonkey8 years ago
Forget about soldering for now. Soldering is only useful when you have something you actually want to put together and keep. Get a solderless breadboard and some basic components. Also, a cheap digital multimeter so you can take measurements in your circuits. A good book is a must, one is available online for free here.