How to Set Up an Electronics Lab: Tools & Equipments
What you'll learn
- Learn about the basic tools and equipment required to set up an electronics workbench
- Decide what tools and equipment are best suited for your use case and budget
- Learn how to use hand tools and equipments in depth
- Learn how to use test equipments like the multimeters & oscillocopes
- Basic electrical and electronics knowledge
First and foremost, an electronics workbench is a place that you have specifically organized in a way that increases your efficiency and makes the process of working with electronics enjoyable, It is where your tools, components, and instruments are.
If you are at the point of beginning your electronics journey, it is hard to tell what tools and equipment are essential to begin and even for the same equipment, there exist many variants for different budget ranges and with different features. I will help you choose the right tools and equipment that give the most value for money.
This course contains a demo of many tools and equipment for different budget ranges so you can choose what's best suited for you. You can start by buying some basic equipment that is essential for any kind of electronics work and as you gain experience you can decide what other tools you will require and obtain them accordingly.
In each lecture, I will present a specific topic and try to demonstrate the use of a tool or equipment. Through these lectures, I wish to help you gain a working understanding of what these tools and equipment are designed for and how to use them to make your circuits.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to set up an electronics lab
Hello! I'm Shubham Tiwari, an Electrical Engineer, and a Hobbyist. I have quite some experience with hardware product development, PCB design, and above all, a passion for Electronics and Technology. I have worked as Teaching Assistant, teaching basic electronics to students, and as a PCB designer for IoT products.
I have plenty of soldering experience with THT and SMD Components, designing and troubleshooting circuits and I am confident that I can teach you to do the same, so sign up for my courses and join me in this amazing adventure today.