Modern Electronic Training Kits SMT

Electronic kits especially designed to gain experience and skills in manual mounting and soldering of printed circuit boards.

PracticeBoard: Electronic kit for SMT soldering - running LED light effect, rotating circle with 12 LEDs
MyFirstSMD: SMD electronic kit for beginners

For beginners


FineBoard: SMD electronic kit for advanced

For advanced



Electronic Kits for Measurement Purposes

Functional electronic circuits that can be interconnected

Eduboard: SMD electronic kit for soldering and measurement purposes
ExpertBoard: SMD electronic kit with a light effect - flickering star with 12 LEDs

Light Effects



Modern electronic training kits SMT

Training Board TB_4th_Generation

The fourth generation of electronic kits TB_4th_Generation has been especially designed to gain experience and skills in manual mounting and soldering of printed circuit boards. As a cost-effective solution for soldering training courses, the high quality electronic kits available in various difficulty levels are immediately ready to use, thereby saving costs and time. They are intended for use in technical schools, company training centres or hobbyist.

The electronic kits can be simply built using conventional soldering station, tweezers, soldering tin and rosin flux. Once finalized, the most of electronic kits work as various light effects, voltage regulator or electronic games. The electronic kits containing pre-programmed 8-bit flash microcontroller PIC can be used as development boards for programming in assembler or C-language as well.

The surface mount technology (SMT) based on surface mount devices SMD is currently most commonly used technology to build-up modern electronic circuits. The SMT has almost replaced conventional through hole technology (THT). Though the SMD components are intended for automatic machine assembling, the manual assembling and soldering cannot be avoided even in modern electronic company, e.g. during product development phase, prototyping or manufacturing mistake repairing. Every electronic engineer working in development, prototyping, manufacturing or customer service should be familiar with basic SMT skills.