Welcome to EE In A Box
This semester, we are going to have a trial of on site campus (Knoy Hall/MGL) delivery for West Lafayette students.
If you are enrolled in ECET 177, ECET 179, ECET 224, or ECET 270, you have an option at check out to either ship your order to your campus address using the USPS mail option OR have the kit delivered to your lab section.
If you have questions send us a message.
We've extended our Design Challenge!
Are you passionate about buiding electronics? Would you like a chance to put your electronic design skills to use and design a cool project to share with other students, electronic hobbiest, and community members interested in electronics? This opportunity to design and build your own electronic projcect before school starts this fall in August. This will give you the chance to practice your skills that you learned this past two semesters and build something really cool to share.
Your finished product that you submitt to EE In A Box must contain detailed build instructions (so that anyone could pick up the project and build it from scratch), have educational value (describe your design and why or how the circuit works), and contain a bill of materials. All supporting documents will be critical to the success of someone else being able to build the project too!
EE In A Box will select projects that can be produced as a kit and sold on our webstore. This awesome opportunity will also give you something great to add to your resume to demostrate that you have the skills for electronic design.
Entries should be subbmited to design @ eeinabox.com by December 31, 2014. Selected projects will be given $500 (half cash and half in a $250 in store credit to purchase electronic parts from our site.
Treat yourself to a new pair of safety glasses!
These are comfortable and are crystal clear so that you can work in lab and not have to look through those scratched lenses any more. Each pair comes with a cloth bag to keep them scratch free in your tool kit!
Thank you for visiting and thank you for your business. Best of luck with your semester and your electronic hobby projects!
|Getting Started with Arduino By Massimo Banzi - 2nd Edition -||ATmega328 with Arduino UNO Bootloader||Arduino Starter Kit from Arduino.cc|
|Arduino Due||Arduino Micro||Arduino Mini 05|
|Power Supply Project, +5 VDC, +12 VDC, -12 VDC||30W Soldering Iron||TV-B-Gone Kit - Universal v1.2|
|Plano Carrying Bag and Organizer (3600 series, Medium)|