DIY FM transmitter bug DIY kit

US $6.50

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It is yet another DIY FM transmitter with a CR2032 cell holder

  • Transmits your voice to your FM radio within the frequency: 88MHz-108MHz
  • Works as an FM bug.
  • Easy to solder.
  • A learning FM transmitter DIY kit for electronics beginners.
  • This product is a DIY kit, not the end product! This soldering project requires basic electronic knowledge and hands-on ability.

 

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Description

NOTE: This kit includes a DIY inductor. The inductor has 4.5 turns and you need to scrape off the leads of the inductor before soldering to the circuit board.

This is yet another simple and low-cost do-it-yourself(DIY) FM transmitter kit for electronics beginners. It picks up sound from any audio source and transmits to an FM radio. You can tune your FM receiver within the frequency range of 88-108Mhz. This kit is very much similar to our FM transmitter. It has a CR2032 cell holder that is enough for powering up the kit.

You CANNOT use the inductor to adjust the transmission frequency of the kit. The transmitter will transmit voice to a fixed frequency and it is not stable, meaning, it will transmit to different frequencies once it is turned off. However, you can make this for fun and learn how this thing works.

Transmission Range: 10 meters inside a room and 50-100 meters in open space depending upon the type of antenna used in your transmitter and radio.

Power supply: Works with CR2032 3V cell.

The schematic of the transmitter:

The transmission range depends upon the open area, length of antenna, and power.

Soldering is very straight forward. PCB has a clear silkscreen that should guide to solder the components on the right spot.

NOTE: Be careful with the polarity of the electret microphone

The kit package includes the following components:

  1. 1 x 2.2K Ohm resistor
  2. 1 x 22k Ohm resistor
  3. 1 x 220R Ohm resistor
  4. 1 x S9018 transistor
  5. 1 x 10pF capacitor
  6. 3 x 30pF capacitor
  7. 1 x 0.01uF capacitor- code 103
  8. 2 x 0.1uF capacitor- code 104
  9. 1 x Electret Microphone
  10. 1 x SPDT switch
  11. 1 x CR2032 cell holder
  12. 1 x Inductor (4.5 turns) Watch this video
  13. 1 x 20cm antenna wire
  14. 1 x PCB

Package includes: 1 x FM transmitter DIY kit components with a battery holder

Assembly tutorial:

 

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