regarding setting up an electronics lab

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by k.gopalakrishnan, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. k.gopalakrishnan

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    Jun 18, 2010
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    hai to all

    i am a newbie to this forum. I want to set an electronics lab in my home. i am an indian. i am an doing my p.g in electronics. so kindly help me what are the components and tools are required. along with that kindly specify the brand name with model number. if you came to know any resource regarding that kindly attach to it. your valuable suggestion help me to set up better lab.

    thanks in advance
    K.Gopalakrishnan
     
  2. gootee

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    What are your goals? What is your budget? How much space do you have? What is the status of your knowledge, skills, and abilities? What equipment etc do you already have?
     
  3. bertus

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    Apr 5, 2008
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    Hello,

    Also the area of interest is of great influence on the needs.
    You will need other stuff for analog projects than for digital or microcontroller projects.
    RF projects are again an other area.

    If you tell us what area is of the main interest, we can give ypu a better advice.

    Bertus
     
  4. maxpower097

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    Feb 20, 2009
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    Soldering iron
    Desoldering Station
    Assorted Resitors
    Assorted Caps
    Assorted LED's
    Assorted LCD's
    Assorted Transistors
    Assorted Trimmer pots
    jumper wires
    ESD matt
    Multimeter
    Oscilloscope
    Logic Analyzer
    Freq Generator
    Breadboards
    555 timers
    Possibly a set of cmos logic chips
    Dev kits for all major chips, Microchip, Atmel, NXP, etc...
    Laser Thermometer
    Wire snips
    Shrink tube
    heat gun
    Digital or Analog Calipers
    Decent Power Supply
    etc...

    These have been the basic stuff I've gotten to set up my lab. Really the list could go on and on depending on the exact field your working in. But this list is pretty general you could use on all stuff.
     
  5. maxpower097

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    Feb 20, 2009
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    Soldering iron
    Desoldering Station
    Assorted Resitors
    Assorted Caps
    Assorted LED's
    Assorted LCD's
    Assorted Transistors
    Assorted Trimmer pots
    jumper wires
    ESD matt
    Multimeter
    Oscilloscope *
    Logic Analyzer *
    Freq Generator *
    Breadboards
    555 timers
    Possibly a set of cmos logic chips *
    Dev kits for all major chips, Microchip, Atmel, NXP, etc...
    Laser Thermometer *
    Wire snips
    Shrink tube
    heat gun
    Digital or Analog Calipers
    Decent Power Supply
    etc...

    These have been the basic stuff I've gotten to set up my lab. Really the list could go on and on depending on the exact field your working in. But this list is pretty general you could use on all stuff.

    * means I don't have it yet
     
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