Looking for a collection of schematics for learning

Does something like that exist? I mean something like a puzzlebook -- schematics go from very simple (make a LED work) to complex and I can practice on my breadboard.

Any suggestions welcome.

Did you investigate the 'Learning' menu at the top of the forum page?

Are there schematics there? Or just the fritzing stuff?

There are schematics for a lot of the examples. Plus everything I have looked at in the hardware section of the Playground has a schematic.

All in all, there are lots and lots of schematics in that section.

http://pighixxx.tumblr.com/post/47105824530/abc-arduino-basic-connections-1st-revision is a pretty neat set of pages on interfacing Arduino to just about anything.

I have looked at the learning section, but didn't look like there were easily downloaded schematics there.

If anyone else is looking for this, try this Google query: https://www.google.nl/search?q=circuit+schematics&tbm=isch&ei=szXRU4O7CYmc0AWstoH4CA#q=simple%20circuit%20schematics&revid=533250390&tbm=isch&imgdii=_

ElterAgo: I have looked at the learning section, but didn't look like there were easily downloaded schematics there.

Hmm, I usually just right-click the schematic image and choose either 'Copy Image' or 'Save Image as'

Oh well.

Thanks for the search.

Have a look at documentation for the Sparkfun Inventors kit, it covers basics of most things new users are likely to connect.

BillO:

ElterAgo: I have looked at the learning section, but didn't look like there were easily downloaded schematics there.

Hmm, I usually just right-click the schematic image and choose either 'Copy Image' or 'Save Image as'

Oh well.

Thanks for the search.

I stand corrected. I see what you mean, thanks! Very helpful :)

Riva: Have a look at documentation for the Sparkfun Inventors kit, it covers basics of most things new users are likely to connect.

Thanks, very good find! That'll help wrapping my head around it all :)