Kit morse

Morse kit

Morse kit
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39 € This item is discontinued

Morse code is a language invented by Samuel Morse in 1835. The principle is to code known characters (letters, numbers and punctuation) with long and short signals. It permits the rapid transmission of messages over long distances and was used extensively for the telegraph.

This kit allow you to rediscover of this special alphabet, to learn how to use it and most importantly to build a small device to practice what you've learned.

This kit contains:
-A switch
- A buzzer
- An indicator light
- un boîtier à piles (pour 2 piles type D, non fournies)" closure_uid_d1elgx="55">- A battery case (for 2 D cell batteries, not included)
- Screwdriver
- A book of history and explanations in French (24 pages)

Box Dimensions : 24 x 15 x 6 cm

[Ref. 8603] [$, £, CHF...]

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