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Learn Electronics with Raspberry Pi: Physical Computing with Circuits, Sensors, Outputs, and Projects by Stewart Watkiss

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APPENDIX A: Required Tools and Components

This appendix includes the most common components and tools you will need for each of the projects in the book. There are suggested design alternatives for some of the projects so you may want to explore other components. I also list suggested sizes or types for some of the tools, which should be considered only as a guide. It’s often a good idea to start with a small set of basic tools and then expand that collection or add better-quality tools as you gain more experience.

I’ve listed the tools in a few groups, which will allow you to add to your tools as you progress. I’ve listed the components for each of the projects, some of which may have already been used by other projects.

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