Elenco Snap Circuits Extreme SC-750 电子探测套件| 750多件项目| 全彩项目手册| 80多个Snap Circuits零件| STEM益智玩具 适用于8岁以上儿童
- Build over 750 experiments with 80 parts^Experiments included: sound activated switch, lie detector, adjustable light controller, am radio, rechargeable battery and many more^Parts included: photo resistor, power amplifier, variable capacitor, analog meter, solar cell, computer interface, full color manuals^Snap-Circuits have received the following Awards: National Parenting Center-Seal of Approval, Creative Child -Toy of the Year
让你的孩子充满乐趣的接触到电子产品。此工具包含超过 80个颜色编码，真正的电路元件，组合在一起创造出组合电路设备。建议 8 岁及以上儿童，提供超过 750个自己动手的项目，寓教于乐，学习电子产品是如何运行的。计算机接口选项让孩子查看波形和频率 （兼容 Windows 95 或更高版本）。
可利用超过 80个元件创建超过 750 个不同的电子项目，其中包括滑动开关、 电阻、 FM 收音机模块，太阳能电池，扣合在一起很容易在包塑料网格 — — 无需焊接。每件进行编号和颜色编码更加方便地识别。这些组件结合在一起以创建工作电路板，比如电视、 收音机和其他电子设备。
这款产品是CI-73 计算机接口，能使用超过 50个项目。内置软件与PC 接口电线，孩子可以像一个电子工程师一样查看波形和频率。
项目涉及 CI 73 计算机界面，您的计算机需要 Windows 95 或更高版本，麦克风输入端口。
项目列表中包含SC-100，SC-300，和 SC 500 工具包的所有项目，比如太阳能报警、 可再充电的电池和振动探测器。通过这些项目，孩子们将了解电器开关、 集成电路、 数字电路、 保险丝等。
- 年龄 ︰ 8 岁及以上
- 750 多个项目
On the other hand:
1). In many cases the components don't function as they are meant to making it the instruction booklet very frustrating for a child to work through. Example: one of the first projects is a circuit with a lamp and resistor in series. The lamp is supposed to light up, but doesn't. The set is meant to be an introduction to electronics so it's a bummer to have to get out a multimeter and start troubleshooting the components immediately (I verified the problem is with the lamp).
2). When you open the box you'll see a request from the manufacturer to contact them rather than the retailer in the event of a problem. The difficulty is nobody answers the phone and nobody returns your call.
The magic of this set is that it has the potential to spark interest in electronics among youngsters. Poor quality control and customer service extinguishes the spark. I'm rooting for this product and company so I hope they get their act together.
My advice: if you run into a problem, return the set to Amazon and don't waste your time with the manufacturer.
The set comes with several components, and they have snaps on them, basically the same type of snap you have on clothing, and you just snap things together according to the diagrams. Included are several project books with various levels of projects in them. For example, book 1 had projects 1-100 or so. Being an adult, I spent the past 2 or 3 hours blasting through book 1. I probably built something like 15 projects out of the 100. There were a lot of projects that were somewhat repetitive and I really was not interested in snapping them all together, even though it is really fast and easy. And I'm always impatient. They give pretty detailed instructions, describing snapping things in stages as things stack vertically. I'm way to impatient for all that. I just snapped it together the way I wanted as long as I knew it was "the same thing". I think it is great that you can follow exactly if you are just learning or "make your own path" if you are a little more advanced. There are several cautions about what NOT to do and of course those should be heeded for safety reasons. But a conductor is a conductor and it isn't really critical how you get from point A to point B to satisfy the basic connections. When it came to building variations, I usually just looked at the change in the diagram and convinced myself that I understood the difference and moved on without snapping anything. Children of various ages would probably take more time and experiment more. I did grab Book 2 and the first few projects did look interesting so I expect there will be several more that I'll want to do. And I may way to go back after I've devoured everything and play a little more. I think kids would want to do the same. I have two daughters, aged 5 and 2 and when I bought it *for myself* I told myself that they would probably be interested in the kit sooner or later, and I do think that will be the case. I'll enjoy doing that with my kids for sure.
I do really like how easy it is to snap it together and get the results. Because it was so easy I was encouraged to try some things -- basically "what if" scenarios that popped into my head as I built the projects. I think kids would do that also, and that is one of the high points of how this set works. I do wish that there was a lot more explanation about the projects. The explanations given are kind of middle of the road, not going really deep but not totally devoid of info about the circuit either. Given that I'm an adult and I already know a few things about electronics and basic circuits I feel like I filled in most of the blanks but I would not expect a child to do that. It is my understanding there is some sort of student guide that would go along with the project book and would go into more detail. My personal opinion on that is: Just include it. Selling it separately only reduces the utility of the kit and makes people irritated that they have to go buy more stuff. I can't imagine that the actual cost of a few more pages of paper would make a huge difference. One thing that is glaringly missing as far as I can tell is an explanation of each IC. Each one has several pins which I'm sure have a designated function, and the projects certainly use various pins, but there does not seem to be any explanation of what exactly each pin is for. This would normally be given for any IC that you really bought in the real world and I think it should be given for a project kit like this also. Maybe I just missed it. In summary: Great kit, really fast and easy, enough projects and flexibility to provide fun and learning for a long time. A ding for lack of supporting materials that should be present by default to make an excellent 5 star set.
The after-school care that my kids go to has the less expensive model (the SC-300) and the kids were always playing with this, so when Christmas 2014 rolled around, I knew exactly what to get my kids. They’ve had 7 months to play and build and imaginate (yup, that’s a new word) with this kit and they’ve absolutely loved it. I remember as a kid having a similar electronics kit that I spent much of my youth playing with, and I think I was just as excited to get this as my kids were. It’s a little pricey, but after seeing how much all the kids at after-school care played with it—and being able to view it in person—I knew that it was worth it.
The kit is very well laid out and there are plastic blow-molded trays that hold all the pieces together. This makes it very easy to tell if you’re missing any pieces. There a 5 books of designs chock full of things for the kids to build and the instructions are very easy to understand and all the electronic components are clearly marked.
One of the coolest things about this kit is it comes with hardware (a cable) that connects to your PC or laptop via the microphone port that turns your computer into an oscilloscope! It’s basic stuff, but it works very well I and really takes this kit to a whole new level. It’s really educational being able to show the kids voltages and currents and waveforms on the computer screen. It pulls together nicely the ability for the kids to physically see what’s happening (motors turning, LEDs flashing), and see why it’s happening (voltages/waveforms) on the oscilloscope.
Now, you know you’ve got something good when the kids start taking apart old toys (anything with a motor in it) and start adding on to this kit with pieces of wire (from the same cannibalized toy). Real MacGyver stuff going on here! The kids have even joined forces and connected their kit with friend’s kits—just make sure you have all your parts before the kids leave!
I’ve read some other reviews that are little hard on this kit and that it doesn’t really teach kids about electronics—that this kit it to “cartoony” and more of a puzzle than anything. Is this kit fun? You betcha. Is there learning and teaching happening? Absolutely. Are my kids going to learn about Maxwell’s equation, Lorentz’s law, Gauss’ law? Probably not. I’m an electrical engineer and I can see the fun and educational aspects that this kit provides. If your kids outgrow this and want something more advanced, than by all means get one of the more technical kits that are available. When you were teaching your kids to read, you didn’t start with Tolstoy, did you?
This is a fantabulous kit for kids and I’m very happy I purchased it. It’s well built, well thought out, and is definitely one of those toys that your children one day will blow the dust off the box and tell their children, “Look at this toy I had when I was your age!”
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