Please note - This product is only available while stocks last, it has now been replaced by the 2157 Radio Kit V2.
The FM radio kit uses an industrial surface mount IC (the TDA7010T). The FM radio kit is supplied with the IC mounted on the board. The students have to add the remaining resistors, capacitors and amplifier IC to finish the kit.
The radio has controls for tuning and to adjust the volume. The circuit includes an audio amplifier and output is via a 66mm diameter speaker that is supplied with the kit.
This FM radio kit includes:
- 1 x FM radio PCB with TDA7010T FM radio IC, varicap diode and inductor pre-mounted
- 1 x TBA820M audio amplifier IC
- 1 x 8 pin IC holder
- 1 x TS9011PCT voltage regulator
- 1 x 10K linear rotary potentiometer
- 1 x 100K linear rotary potentiometer
- 1 x 39pF capacitor, ceramic disc
- 3 x 180pF capacitors, ceramic disc
- 1 x 220pF capacitor, ceramic disc
- 1 x 330pF capacitor, ceramic disc
- 1 x 2.2nF capacitor, ceramic disc
- 4 x 10nF capacitors, ceramic disc
- 4 x 100nF capacitors, ceramic disc
- 1 x 220nF capacitor, ceramic disc
- 2 x 3.3nF capacitors, ceramic disc
- 1 x 470pF capacitor, ceramic disc
- 2 x 470uF capacitors, electrolytic
- 1 x 220uF capacitor, electrolytic
- 1 x 100uF capacitor, electrolytic
- 1 x 1ohm resistor
- 1 x 100ohm resistor
- 2 x 10Kohm resistors
- 2 x 100Kohm resistors
- 1 x 4.7Kohm resistor
- 1 x 15Kohm resistor
- 1 x aerial wire
- 1 x PP3 clip lead
- 1 x speaker (8ohm, 66mm) and connecting wire
The board can be powered from a 4V to 12V battery supply and works nicely off a 9V battery (available separately).
Please note this product should only be used with a battery supply and should not be used with a mains DC power supply.
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elf then that works fine. Hope that helps!
m the radio board and connect the end of R8 that connects to C13 in to the audio in of the high power amplifier board. You will also need to connect the 0V on both boards together. You will find a high power amp kit complete with speakers and power supply under IC based kits.
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