320 CIRCUIT

  • 32,500.00 AMD


320 CIRCUIT

     The electronic designer of the initial level, which allows the child to get acquainted with the amazing world of electronics. In comparison with the set of “180 schemes”, new elements have been added here, which allow already 320 schemes to be assembled. Even without the help of adults, using only a very clear color guide, in just a few minutes, he or she will be able to put together one of the schemes they like, on which parents spent whole weeks several years ago.


Absolute safety and ease of assembly - no need to solder!

     Designers are designed for almost any age. The simplicity of the connections and the clarity of the description allows even a child of five years to collect complex schemes, and the diversity of the attached elements will allow even a wise person in electronics to collect something new and then implement it in real life.

Not only children get pleasure, but also their parents!

      In addition, in the "User Guide" you will find a list of designer elements. For the convenience of collecting parts in the box, we present the layout of the elements.

     The kit of this kit includes the User Guide and the details necessary for the implementation of the projects proposed in the guide. A manual with schematic descriptions is located in a box under the transparent circuit board. The bottom of the box, along with the details and the book, is sealed with plastic film.

     To operate the circuits, 4 batteries (purchased separately) of AA size, with a voltage of 1.5 V, or batteries of the same size, with a voltage of 1.2 V are required.

Attention! This designer may not work with Duracell, Energizer batteries due to the reduced length of the positive contact of the batteries (1-1.5 mm).

Be sure to look at the set “For school and at home” and sets A, B, C from the series “First steps in electronics”!

Box Size: 47.5x34x5.5 cm (WxHxC)
Carton weight: 1.41 kg

  • Before assembling the scheme, be sure to read the instructions!
  • During operation of the circuit, some elements, such as transistors, may heat up. Be careful!