Kits and Tools

Equip yourself with the tools and resources you need to succeed in electronics projects with our kits and tools. From soldering stations and oscilloscopes to breadboards and component assortments, we offer a wide range of kits and tools to suit every skill level and application. Whether you’re a hobbyist tinkering in your garage or a professional engineer working in a lab, our kits and tools provide everything you need to prototype, test, and troubleshoot electronic circuits with confidence and precision.

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GPS Amplifiers

Multimedia Amplifier

Signal Conditioners

Programmable Gain Amplifiers

High Speed Amplifiers

Operational / General Purpose Amplifiers

Differential Output Amplifiers

Variable Gain Amplifiers

Low Noise Amplifiers

Instrumentation Amplifiers

Special Purpose Amplifiers

Video Amplifiers

Auto Amplifiers and Comparators

Types of tools and kits

  1. Operational Amplifiers (Op-Amps):
    These are versatile amplifiers with high gain and differential inputs, commonly used in a variety of electronic circuits.
  2. Differential Amplifiers: These amplify the voltage difference between two input signals, commonly used in instrumentation and communication circuits.
  3. Instrumentation Amplifiers: These are specialized differential amplifiers with high input impedance and gain, designed for precise measurement applications.
  4. Audio Amplifiers: These are amplifiers specifically designed for amplifying audio signals, used in audio equipment such as speakers, headphones, and amplifiers for musical instruments.
  5. Power Amplifiers: These are amplifiers designed to amplify power signals, typically used to drive loudspeakers in audio systems or to drive motors in industrial applications.
  6. RF Amplifiers: These are amplifiers designed to amplify radio frequency signals, commonly used in wireless communication systems.
  7. Logarithmic Amplifiers: These amplifiers provide an output proportional to the logarithm of the input signal, often used in signal processing and measurement applications.
  8. Class A, Class B, Class AB, and Class D Amplifiers: These are different classes of amplifiers characterized by their efficiency and operating characteristics.
  9. Current Amplifiers: These amplifiers amplify current signals rather than voltage signals, commonly used in sensor interfaces and current sensing applications.
  10. Voltage Comparators: These are devices used to compare two voltages and determine their relationship (e.g., if one voltage is greater than the other), often used in switching and control applications.
  11. Window Comparators: These are comparators with two reference voltage levels, used to determine whether an input voltage falls within a specified range.
  12. Differential Comparators: These comparators compare the difference between two input voltages and provide an output based on the result.
  13. Schmitt Triggers: These are comparators with hysteresis, meaning they have two different threshold levels for rising and falling input voltages, commonly used for signal conditioning and noise rejection.
  14. Zero-Crossing Detectors: These comparators detect when the input signal crosses zero volts, often used in timing and synchronization circuits.


  1. Siemens
  2. Rockwell Automation (Allen-Bradley)
  3. Schneider Electric
  4. ABB
  5. Omron
  6. Mitsubishi Electric
  7. Honeywell
  8. Emerson Electric (DeltaV)
  9. Yokogawa Electric Corporation
  10. Beckhoff Automation
  11. B&R Industrial Automation
  12. Bosch Rexroth
  13. Danfoss
  14. Fanuc
  15. GE Automation
  16. Eaton
  17. Keyence Corporation
  18. Panasonic Electric Works
  19. Phoenix Contact
  20. Wonderware (AVEVA)

Kits and Tools FAQs: Your Questions Answered

We provide electronic kits, development kits, evaluation boards, and a variety of tools including soldering equipment, testing instruments, and prototyping tools.

Consider the type of microcontroller or processor, peripherals, and the intended application. Our product descriptions and datasheets can guide you.

Yes, we offer a range of educational kits designed for beginners, students, and hobbyists to learn electronics and programming.

Yes, we provide technical support and documentation for all our tools and kits to help you get the most out of your purchase.

Absolutely. We offer high-quality tools and kits suitable for both educational purposes and professional engineering projects.

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