Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Digital object counter DIY kit

This kit is based on my previous tutorial on 'digital object counter'. I had published the tutorial under 'minibread' category. Please check the tutorial. ...

Super Easy Electronics Projects for Absolute Beginners

There are hundreds of electronics projects published on buildcircuit.com. This time we have selected few projects that should be easier for beginners to start...

Remote operated musical bell

Remote operated musical bell can be made combining the following circuits. a) Remote tester b) Basic RC circuit c) Simple Musical bell When a remote is pressed, the circuit plays a music. a) Remote tester

Audio amplifier using LM386

Description: The LM386 is an audio amplifier designed for use in low voltage consumer applications. The gain is internally set to 20 to keep external part count...

Fully assembled CLAP SWITCH for 100-220V appliances

In this article, we are going to describe how you can use the "fully assembled clap_switch" to light up 100-240V appliances. When we say...

Build a simple DIY clap switch

Description: Here's a simple DIY clap switch circuit. The circuit is mainly composed of an audio frequency and a bistable trigger circuit. Q1 and Q2 together form...

BuildCircuit’s breadboard power supply DIY kit

Here is a very simple breadboard power supply kit that takes power from a DC wall wart and outputs a selectable 5V or 3.3V...

Make a power supply using LM317

The LM317 is an adjustable three-terminal positive-voltage regulator capable of supplying more than 1.5 A over an output-voltage range of 1.25 V to 37...

How to make one transistor FM transmitter on a stripboard- page 2/2

This is PAGE 2/2 of the article titled "How to make one transistor FM transmitter on a stripboard". Go to previous page. You can buy...

Connecting electrical appliance to DIY remote operated switch

This tutorial is related to my DIY remote operated switch kit. If you have come to this page from a search engine, please visit...

Remote operated switch DIY kit

Description: Here's a simple do-it-yourself (DIY) remote operated switch. You can use this simple kit to switch ON/OFF any appliances working on 220V AC. This...

Simplest DIY clap switch- Assembly tutorial

If you have come to this page from a search engine, please check this article to know about clap switch. Follow the given steps...

Assembly instructions for Infrared transmitter module

This article is about assembly of infrared transmitter used with digital object counter DIY kit. If you have come to this page directly from...

FM receiver kit and audio amplifier using LM386

This is one of the simplest ways of making an FM receiver. Just get a low cost FM receiver kit, make an audio amplifier...

4 in 1 DIY kit- dark sensor, latch circuit, astable multivibrator and clap switch

This is a simple 4-in-1 do-it-yourself (DIY) kit from BuildCircuit. The kit has four different circuits that can be switched on separately or together...

How to make a batteryless (crystal set) radio

CRYSTAL SET The simplest radio receiver, known as a Crystal Set, consists of nothing more than a coil, tuning capacitor, diode detector, and a pair of earphones. A...

My experiences- How to build a crystal radio

I recommend you to read and understand the basic theory of crystal radio published on this article: http://www.buildcircuit.com/how-to-make-a-batteryless-crystal-set-radio/ Making a batteryless/powerless radio is a great fun,...

Latch-up circuit using 555 and opto-coupler

Here's a simple latch-up circuit using 555 timer and opto-coupler MCT2E. You can also use PC817 in place of MCT2E.  The NE555 timer is...

Experiments with 741- Operational amplifier

Description: This versatile 741 operational amplifier module can be used for making a dark detector using an LDR, a photo transistor and a photo...

Clap switch using 3 different modules

Description: In this clap switch we use three different modules given below. It is necessary to make these three modules in order to make...
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