An electronic project is basically a circuit project built using a handful of passive and active electronic parts by soldering them on a printed circuit broad or PCB.
Some of the best Electronic projects you can learn from this website are provided below:
- Xenon Strobe Light Control Circuit
- Precise Battery Capacity Tester Circuit – Backup Time Tester
- Making a Center Speaker Box C80 for Surround Sound Systems
- 100 to 160 watt Power Amplifier Circuit using a Single IC OPA541
- Solar Charge Controller for 100 Ah Battery
Various Electronic Projects
Arduino Programming: Learn Arduino programming from the scratch. Basic Arduino coding tutorial and Arduino projects for all Arduino enthusiasts.
GSM Projects: Best GSM electronic projects for cars, vehicles, and home automation. Learn how to use GSM modules for controlling a desired application.
ARDUINO PROJECTS: It's a system in which the IC can be programmed to implement a set of specified electronic operations. Some very useful microcontroller automation projects with program codes can be found here.
IC 555 CIRCUITS: Easy to build IC 555 based circuits for leisure and fun. This device may look trivial and limited to hobby projects, but the fact is there hasn't been a single substitute for this IC in the past 40 years...
BATTERY CHARGER CIRCUITS: If circuit is the brain, battery is the heart of any gadget. But these devices need controlled charging and discharging. Simple to the most enhanced battery charger projects for home and industry.
POWER SUPPLY CIRCUITS: Fixed type and variable voltage and current power supply circuits are given here... best circuit projects suited for workbench testing.
AMPLIFIER PROJECTS: Projects to amplify small music inputs from ipod, cellphone or an SD card to get 100s of watts on loudspeaker. Boom your surrounding with the help of these projects.
AUTOMOBILE ELECTRONICS: Not satisfied with the default enhancements provided by your car manufacturer? No problems, these handy looking electronic projects can be used for enhancing your vehicles aesthetic looks even further.
STRING LIGHTS: Festive season is near, make these stunning lighting projects for your home and office. String lights, chaser lights, sequential lights, flashing lights, music lights...all under one roof.
LED PROJECTS: Fascinated with the power of LED lights? There's actually a lot more you can do with these simple DIY LED projects explained here.
ELECTRONIC PROJECTS: Electronic parts may look simple externally but internally they may be much more complex. Learn everything you wanted to know about these devices.
SEMICONDUCTOR THEORIES: Semiconductors are the soul of electronics. Learn their complex working through easy to understand projects.
TUTORIALS: Building electronic circuits can be impossible unless you have all the necessary tutorials in hand with you. Here's a great opportunity to learn and gain expertise.
FREE ENERGY CIRCUITS: Free energy projects may look controversial and unrealistic, but a few proven results do make them very intriguing...
HEATER CONTROL: Heaters demand huge power which require precise control for better efficiency. These projects accomplish the need perfectly.
HOME ELECTRICAL: It is actually possible to enhance your home with customized electronics. Electronic projects when integrated with home electrical can do wonders.
INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS: Today factories and industries are not just about heavy iron machinery, rather these are controlled with precise electronics. More such electronic circuit projects are shortlisted here.
INVERTER CIRCUITS: These projects will convert any high current DC to 220V AC. Learn from the scratch how to build these awesome power generating gadgets.
LASER CIRCUITS: Lasers are popularly used for disco lighting but did you know these can be also applied for security applications?
METERS AND TESTERS: Although digital multimeters today is sufficient for most electronic troubleshooting, having a set of hand built testers can make the job even easier...
MOTOR CONTROL PROJECTS: Whether for home or industry, motors are indispensable. However, these require to be controlled for accuracy and power saving. More related projects can be found here.
SOLAR CONTROLLERS: Sun generates trillions of mega watts every second. Harnessing this gigantic power house into electricity can be implemented with some simple electronic concepts described here.
REMOTE CONTROL CIRCUITS: Controlling a device from distance remotely can be a lot of fun, which additionally saves the user's precious time and effort. A few cool projects presented here, are specially designed for the same.
Timer Projects: A small timer which can switch a load ON or OFF after a preset delay can be a very useful device for a specified application. Many such hand-picked delay timer projects can be read here.
Transmitter Circuits: Wireless communication system may sound complex to build, but actually it is the among the easiest projects a hobbyist can possibly try. Communicating remotely through a homemade walkie-Talkie can be extreme fun.
Water Level Controllers: Water is perhaps the most vital element on this planet for all living creatures. Controlling water not only prevents water spillage, it also helps to save this precious resource from getting unnecessarily wasted. Many related electronic projects for this are described here.
Yes they are perfectly OK. All resistors are 1/4 watt
The transformer information is given in the image below the main circuit diagram
Thank you Joao, I wish you all the best, let me know if you have any problems!
But the transistor and IC Gates pinouts are perfect only right? And all the resistor values are 1/2 watts,?
Vishal, you will have to check and specify the current and voltage outputs from the motor, only then the circuit…