Summer Class 2022
We offer short classes in the summer for anyone interested in learning more! While the classes are in the same location, they follow a different structure than our regular workshops. These classes are during the week and will go much more in depth on specific topics. They range in length but usually only last an hour or two each session. Each class is usually only 4 sessions. Not only are these classes extremely fun and educational, but you always get to leave with more than you came in with!
2022 Summer Classes
CLASSES START AT 10:00AM and last 1-2hrs each
Arduino Classes - Presented by Caz Bowyer
All the Arduino Uno micro-controller classes will require a *Windows laptop* so participants can code (C++) their arduino. We will be using the arduino IDE Software which you can download prior to the class here: https://www.arduino.cc/en/main/software.
First Session - July 7th will mostly just be the set-up of the software and settings so that everyone can easily code their arduino and work with inputs. This is a beginner's class.
Session 2 - July 14 will be a continuation of the beginner's class getting everyone acquainted with basic hardware and programming and a focus on motor control.
Session 3 - July 21 will be a more intermediate class for those with a basic understanding of Arduino looking to learn more building some fun projects involving real time clocks.
Session 4 - July 28 will be a more intermediate class for those with a basic understanding of Arduino looking to learn more building some fun projects involving temperature and humidity measurements.
*This class requires a *Windows laptop* (you may bring an Apple Laptop with program already setup, but instructor may not be able to help you do the software setup). This class is $15 per person if registered before July 1st and less than $80 worth of parts purchased separately at the store (The instructor will help navigate which parts to buy before each class). If you have a group you wish to bring in, please contact Chris for group pricing and details.
General Electronics Classes - Bill Werzner & Tom Taylor
Session 1 - July 6 Learn basic controls and use of Volt-Ohm Meters and testing circuits (AC/DC, testing batteries, voltage, resistance current, & etc...)
Session 2 - July 13 Understanding resistive and capacitive circuits
Session 3 - July 20 Learn to test vacuum tubes and basic trouble shooting of tube amplifiers
Session 4 - July 27 General Troubleshooting Tube type radios/amplifiers
This class is $15 per person if registered before July 1st and does not require purchase of any other materials. If you have a group you wish to bring in, please contact Chris for group pricing and details.
2022 CLASS SCHEDULE
Sign Up needs to be done in person at Electronic Parts Outlet prior to *Saturday July 1*