4M Logicblocs Alarm
Make your own alarms using Logiblocs.
Kit includes a light sensor, switch button, beeper and a range of other blocks to make more than 30 detectors and alarm systems including an intruder alarm, night light and more!
Understand the world of technology and create electronic gadgets with easy to connect pieces.
You can trigger all sorts of surprises by creating light and touch-sensitive alarm circuits using this kit. Play treasure hunts and build all kinds of electronic alarms.
4M Logicblocs Alarm : Over 30 projects and applications such as Intruder Alarm, Rain Detector, Treasure Guard, Water Bleeper, Morse Code Machine, and more. You can do lots of things with this kit including test your logic skills. Let your imagination go and watch your horizons expand.
All Logiblocs interact with each other. Combine this kit with the other Logibloc Kits available to increase the power and flexibility of your experiments!
What you get?
4M – Logiblocs – Secret Recorder. Seven plug together blocks including POWER BASE, BUTTON, LIGHT SENSOR, CIRCUIT, NOT, RED LED, BLEEPER and a detailed instruction booklet!
How does it work?
Logiblocs is the electronic discovery system that helps you understand the world of technology around you as you create your own inventions. Everything in today’s world runs by the same principles that logiblocs demonstrate. Inside each logibloc is a printed circuit board and every block is color-coded for the function it performs. By plugging together logiblocs in different combinations you can create circuits and virtually write your own simple program to build each new invention.
Logiblocs are color-coded by function:
YELLOW BLOCKS – are the input which triggers the system by creating a signal from a variety of sensors.
BLUE BLOCKS – are the connection which sends the signals from place to place.
ORANGE BLOCKS – are the logic which ‘ensures everything happens in the right place at the right time.
RED BLOCKS – are the output which communicates to the outside world through light and sound or by turning things on and off.
Circuit design and electronics