Lesson 3 / Analog Electronic Circuits
In this lesson we want to get you thinking in an electronic way. We do not want you to memorize the math of electronics, our approach is different. We want you to be able to visualize how electronics works, at that you gain understanding making it simple. We recognize that moment and so will you.
Camera repair is both left and right brained; some problems can be seen and measured while others have to be visualized. To a great extent electronic problems are deduced, visualized. We use instruments to make measurements but our determination of the problem is based on our understanding of basic electronics.
Analog electronic training is also necessary for troubleshooting Digital cameras since many of the circuits are analog or use analog components. When you complete this lesson you will have a basic understanding of analog electronics and be able to use a DVM. Your light bulb moment should happen in latter as you gain experience in the course.
- The Components
- Integrated Circuits
- Operational Amplifiers
- Analog Electronics in Digital Cameras
- MD FPC
- Flash PCB
- DC/DC Converter
Hands On Lab: Analog Breadboard (transistors, lightmeter op amp circuits)
Training DVD: Using Camera Test Equipment
Typical Time Required: 12 hours