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Mand Labs KIT-1: The Coolest DIY Kit for Fun Learning in Electronics

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Mand Labs KIT-1 is the coolest Educational Electronics Kit that you will ever buy. With our powerful step by step visual instructions, you will be able to create a variety of cool electricity and e... View Full Description
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Categories: 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College+, Science, STEM
Product Type: All-in-One Curriculum, Toy

Product Description

Mand Labs KIT-1 is the coolest Educational Electronics Kit that you will ever buy. With our powerful step by step visual instructions, you will be able to create a variety of cool electricity and electronic projects like a cakewalk. More than that, you will be able to understand how real world electronic component works, test laws of physics, gain technical skills and have fun. The best part is that the kit is all-in-one. It comes with all requisite parts and tools for making 50+ projects and venturing further into electronics, books for theoretical reference, learning and making videos, troubleshooting guide and an award winning package design that opens up into a personalized workstation. Very Important Note for Customers: All our kits come with digital learning curriculum (videos and step by step building guides) combined with books. To claim your access, please contact us directly at [email protected] directly to get the access.

Who is it for?

  • 8th Graders (13 to 14-year-olds)
  • 9th Graders (14 to 15-year-olds)
  • 10th Graders (15 to 16-year-olds)
  • 11th Graders (16 to 17-year-olds)
  • 12th Graders (17 to 18-year-olds)
  • College students (engineering and science)
  • Educators
  • Parents
  • Hobbyists


Know Your Kit

  1. Covers fundamental of electricity and electronics
  2. 54 projects
  3. 136 electronic components and tools (Including a digital multimeter)
  4. Book set for in-depth learning
  5. 9 hours Videos (online access)
  6. Step by step building instructions of each project
  7. Portable electronic workstation (iDesign Award-2013)
  8. Three learning levels
  9. Reusable
  10. Up-gradable to higher levels
  11. Its safe



From simple experiments like glowing LEDs, beeping buzzers, controlling lights & motors to important technical skills like using a Multimeter to more advanced experiments like automatic night lamp and motor-driver in robotics, you can do it all.

Using Kit

  • Understand electrical science (physics)
  • Build projects and test concepts
  • Gain skills for career in STEM
  • Learn Fast, Retain more
  • Decode technology
  • Know interesting facts
  • Unleash creativity
  • Have fun
  • Do it Yourself


Topics Covered

Charge, Battery, Voltage, Current, Resistance, LED, Multimeter, Resistors, Ohm's law, Series and Parallel Combination, Variable Resistors: Potentiometer, Preset and LDR, Switches, Capacitors, Relay, Semiconductors, Diode and Its Types, Digital Logic Gates: NOT, OR, AND, NOT, NAND, Zener Diode, DC Motor, Transistors.


Exciting Projects

Automatic Night Lamp, Burglar Alarm, Touch Activated Switch (passing current through body), LED Flasher/Blinker, Sequential Glowing of LEDs, Staircase Lighting, Alternate light control using a Preset, DC Motor as Generator

List of Projects and Experiments

  1. Measuring voltage using a multimeter
  2. Measuring resistance using a multimeter
  3. Continuity test of an LED
  4. Glowing an LED and verifying Kirchoff's Voltage Law (KVL)
  5. Measuring current in a circuit using a multimeter and verifying Ohm's law
  6. Glowing an LED using a potentiometer
  7. Varying intensity of light using a preset
  8. Alternate glowing of LEDs using a preset
  9. Glowing an LED using an LDR
  10. Beeping a buzzer
  11. Series combination of LEDs and verifying Kirchoff's Voltage Law and Ohm's Law
  12. Parallel combination of LEDs-Type 1
  13. Parallel combination of LEDs-Type 2 and verifying Kirchoff's Current Law (KCL)
  14. Continuity test of an SPDT switch
  15. Controlling an LED using an SPDT switch
  16. Alternate switching of LEDs using an SPDT switch
  17. Staircase lighting
  18. Charging and discharging of a capacitor
  19. Charging different capacitors with resistors and Time constant calculation during charging (3 Cases)
  20. Discharging different capacitors with resistors and Time constant calculation during discharging (3 Cases)
  21. Sequential Glow of LEDs
  22. Continuity test of a relay using a multimeter
  23. Burglar Alarm: Type 1 and Type 2
  24. Continuity test of Bump switch and Momentary push button switch
  25. Relay as an oscillator
  26. DC motor as a generator
  27. Surgery of a DC Motor
  28. Factors affecting speed of DC motor
  29. Diode as a switch: Its functioning in forward bias and reverse bias modes
  30. Minimum resistance path using a diode
  31. Protecting a circuit using a diode
  32. OR Gate using diodes
  33. AND Gate using diodes
  34. NOR Gate using diodes
  35. NAND Gate using diodes
  36. To learn how a zener diode works
  37. Zener diode as a voltage regulator
  38. Identifying the type of BJT transistor using a multimeter,
  39. Measuring the gain of a transistor
  40. B-E junction as diode in a transistor
  41. Transistor as an Amplifier and a Switch: Demonstrating cut-off, active and saturation region of a transistor, Identifying the biasing conditions for all the three regions of a transistor, Experimental calculation of beta in active and saturation region
  42. Touch activated switch using a transistor and verifying the biasing conditions of 'transistor in saturation region'
  43. Darlington pair and cascading transistors for multistage amplification
  44. Automatic night lamp
  45. Inverted night lamp
  46. OR Gate using transistors
  47. AND Gate using transistors
  48. NOR Gate using transistors
  49. NAND Gate using transistors
  50. Transistor as an Inverter (NOT Gate)
  51. LED Flasher using transistor and concept of Tunneling (Esaki diode)
  52. Alternating blinking of LEDs using transistors
  53. H-Bridge (Motor driving circuit used in Robotics

Additional Activities:

  • Tasting a 9V battery
  • Making a Lemon battery at home
  • Preset/potentiometer as a voltage divider,
  • Motor control using two DPDT switches
  • Half-wave and Full-wave rectification



Over 15,000 customers worldwide have used our kits for project-based learning, science fairs, academic assessments and hobby. No prior knowledge is required to get started with our kits. The kit is a great companion for parents who want to provide early exposure to their kids, educators who want to demonstrate concepts of electricity and semiconductors in their classrooms, hobbyists who want to build a strong foundation in electronics and students who want to learn physics by doing.


Watch the demo projects


Automatic Night Lamp Demo: Mand Labs DIY Electronics KIT-1 from Mand Labs on Vimeo.

Burglar Alarm Demo: Mand Labs DIY Electronics KIT-1 from Mand Labs on Vimeo.


DC Motor as Generator: Mand Labs DIY Electronics KIT-1 from Mand Labs on Vimeo.


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    Great educational product
    Nov 27, 2016

    I was looking for something that I can use with my kids to teach them about electricity. This kit is geared towards high schoolers and up, but I already had success with much younger kids-7yo and 9yo who have already played with other electronic sets and understand the basic ideas behind circuits. This kit requires no soldering so really was a natural progressions.

    I think that high schoolers definitely will like using this set. It is so well organized, there is just no way of misplacing components. Although I can understand if they want to learn to solder but let's face it most circuits are printed these days and nobody needs to solder anymore.

    The books are colorful, well organized, everything is documented-step by step process and functionality.

    Teodora B - Homeschooler - Member Since September 2016

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Mand Labs
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Mand Labs, Inc. is an Educational Kits Makers Company based out of Arizona, US. The mission of the company is to make learning fun, intuitive and hands-on through DIY (do-it-yourself) projects and didactic training models. After closely working with and teaching 15,000 students and 100s of physics educators, the company has developed comprehensive hands-on physics-based curricula on electrical & electronics.



We build our kits with great care. Our development process is exhaustive, extensive and iterative. We thrive on originality and research and build each project to its minutest detail. We select a project only if it matches our core. The selection process is rigorous and we do not settle for mediocrity. Three core values of our kits are Fun, WOW and Depth.


Mand kits are bundled with requisite hardware, and supported with rich and quality content so that learners can develop a comprehensive understanding of the subject. The kits can be upgraded to give more functions and features, allowing the learners to build more sophisticated and powerful projects. They are designed to be simple for beginners and flexible and modular for advanced learners.


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