An LED based LightStim is a device used for rejuvenating facial skin by stimulating cell growth. Normally, RED LED is used in these devices since red light have been found […]
When a few of electronic components are assembled together by following a simple schematic diagram, it constitutes an mini electronic circuit project.
Today the world around us is heavily knitted with all sorts of electronic systems, gadgets and devices, and all these systems are fundamentally built under a certain project name. This has inspired many youths and students to pursue electronics by building their own hobby projects in their leisure time. Consequently interest simply keeps growing and we see these budding hobbyists ultimately growing into full fledged engineers.
The following page shows a comprehensive list of diverse electronic projects and circuits which are simple to build using minimum electronic components such transistors, resistors, capacitors and some easily available ICs like IC 555, IC 741, IC LM324 etc. These mini projects are specially designed keeping the new hobbyists in view and so ensure that the circuits can be built by all newcomers and newbies in the field of electronics, either for for fun and for learning the concepts.
In this post we will learn how to build and optimize basic IC 555 oscillator circuits, whose waveforms can be further enhanced for generating complex sound effects such as warble […]
The circuits explained here are small timer circuits using the versatile chip IC 555, which generates predetermined time intervals in response to momentary input triggers. The time intervals can be […]
Photodiodes and phototransistors are semiconductor devices which have their p-n semiconductor junction exposed to light through a transparent cover, so that external light can react and force an electrical conduction […]
Devices that react to variations in atmosphere or fluid heat are simple to construct due to the easy availability of thermistors. This car ice warning circuit explains how to implement […]
As the name suggests LDRs or Light Dependent Resistors are resistors that exhibit a wide range of resistance values depending on the intensity of light incident on its surface. The […]