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Nightlight

Use notes to highlight the dangers when using a Soldering Iron. Think about theclassroom, the equipment and the safety of others.


When soldering we rely on the liquid properties of the solder when it is melted. All liquidshave a SURFACE TENSION. Your homework this week is a practical task and you aregoing to try and complete the following challenge.THE CHALLENGEYou are going to fill a glass with water!BUT… You are going to try and fill it as high above the top of the glass as possible. Howmuch higher that the top of the glass can you fill it?Sketch your findings below ;TOP OF GLASS


FIND THE FOLLOWING WORDSAMPEREANALOGANODECAPACITORCATHODECELLSCHIPCIRCUITCONDUCTORCONTACTSCURRENTDIGITALDIODEELECTRICITYELECTRODEELECTRONFARADSFLUXGATEIMPEDANCEINDUCTANCEINSULATORSLEADNEGATIVEOHMSPOSITIVEPOWERRESISTANCERESISTORSILICONSOLDERSWITCHESTHYRISTORTINNINGTRANSFORMERTRANSISTORVACUUM TUBEVOLTAGEWATTWIRE


For each of the tools below, state what they are used for. Sketch the tool for the missingimages.………………………………………………………………………………………………………FRET SAW………………………………………………………………………………………………………TRY SQUARE………………………………………………………………………………………………………FILE………………………………………………………………………………………………………WET & DRY PAPER……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………STRIP HEATER


Create a step by step plan of how to make your Night Light. Include references to safety.


If you were to make your Night Light again, what would you do differently? Use drawingsto help present your changes.


Look at the two examples of Night Lights below. Analyze the Night Lights and annotate(add comments) about the following things:What materials are they made from? What price would you expect to pay? What are theydesigned to do? What type or age of person are they designed for? What are youropinions about the products?

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