Schematic versus Track Layout With all the previous circuits the schematic was the same as the track layout. This one is different, it has more components therefore is more complicated. What is a schematic? It is an abstract representation using symbols showing how components are connected. What is a track layout? The track layout is how the electrical connectors (tracks) are actually laid out in the circuit. TASK In your books draw your track layout. In the schematic several times the circuit crosses over another part of the circuit. This is not possible to do on a track layout. How can this be done? TRY AND THINK OF YOUR OWN SOLUTION
Draw Your Track Layout In your exercise books draw up your track layout. THIS NEEDS TO BE CHECKED BEFORE YOU START MAKING THE CIRCUIT To Check Write Down The Method To Be Used Include: get a circuit board, draw on track layout, stick on copper tape etc. Write your method in the correct order. This will need to be collected before the components will be issued.
Components You will need to request the required components. In your exercise book write down the components you have and the components you need. You may need to test the resistors to find out what they are rated at.
What Does the Finished Circuit Act Like
The Flip Flop Circuit Explained Click on the image below to get an explanation from Oyvind Dahl from Omify.