Baird TV Apparatus Electronic Kit ML221
Build a Working Logie Baird TV Apparatus
Logie Baird was a Scottish inventor widely credited with creating the worlds first electro-mechanical television transmission apparatus.
Baird's electro-mechanical system consisted of a rotating disc with a spiral of holes. Now, thanks to the inventive minds at MadLab, you can build this modern version of Baird's electro-mechanical TV apparatus that demonstrates the principle behind the very first television invented by John Logie Baird in the 1920's. Displays a couple of short animation sequences.
- PCB dimensions: 2" x 4" (5.08cm x 10.16cm)
- power supply: 4 AA batteries (not included)
- includes pre-programmed PIC 12F629
- assembly of electronic kit components and soldering required
Quantity 1 to 9 $ 39.95
Quantity 10 or More $ 37.59