Easy Clap switch- DIY kit

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US $5.50

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It’s a simple clap switch DIY kit for electronics beginners, hobbyists, and students. The circuit turns on an LED on your first clap and turns it off on your second clap. There is a possibility of connecting a relay module to this circuit so that you can turn on a 110V-220V AC lights with your claps easily.

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Relay module for Clap switch- Operate 100-240V AC Appliances

This relay module can be connected to the basic clap switch DIY kit and you can operate a 110V-220V lamp easily.


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NOW, IT IS POSSIBLE TO CONNECT A RELAY MODULE TO THIS KIT TO OPERATE APPLIANCES WORKING AT 100-240V AC.

Description: It’s a simple DIY clap switch for electronics beginners and amateurs. The circuit operates in two permanent states- ON and OFF. On the first clap, it switches on the LED and on the second clap, it switches off. This circuit can be a good start for amateurs.

Comes as a pack of parts kit and is easily assembled if you can follow the silkscreen indicators(labels) and have beginning experience with a soldering iron. You will need to read the resistor bands or use a multimeter to determine the resistor sizes.

The kit operates with a 6V-9V battery.

Kit package contains the following components:

We may send 4 color or 5 color code resistors. Click on the resistors link to see the color code.

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GOOD NEWS !   🙂

Now, it is possible to connect a relay to this clap switch and operate lamps working at 100-240V AC. Check out the kit below:

Relay module for clap switch

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