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Electronics Project Design references and tips for high school students, teachers, colleges and university students, electronics hobbyist and electronics designers.
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EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) and its relevant standards
Electronic Parts for constructional projects and electronics hobbyist.
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Here is the latest electronics design news that helps you to keep abreast with the update on electronic projects.
Simple LED circuit to light up a small space once button is pressed and automatically goes off after a few seconds.
Build Your Own Fun Lighting Projects Using Various ICs
Electronics Hobbies references and tips for high school students, teachers, colleges and university students, electronics hobbyist and electronics designers.
Touch Switch And Delay Circuit Using 555 Timer IC
Experiment and test out this automatic garden watering circuit that will detect the moisture of the soil and on or off the water valve accordingly.
Show your room temperature by building this LED thermometer using LM34 and LM3914 integrated circuits.
Build a Variable DC Power Supply Using LM317 for your constructional projects.
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This Sine Wave Converter will convert a sine wave input to square wave output using a 555 Timer IC configured as astable mode.
Build this Kitchen Timer Circuit using 555 timer and a 14-stage binary counter that will trigger a buzzer after a certain time.
Build this Electronic Door Buzzer simple circuit using 555 timer integrated circuit, a speaker and some simple components.
Basic Electronic Project - 555 IC As Schmitt Trigger
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Simple Solid State Penlight LED Circuit Design
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Experiment with Light Dependent Resistor(LDR) Circuit
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Build your own LED flasher using a simple 555 Timer IC
Conformal Coating Of Printed Circuit Board
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Thermostat is increasing in complexity and is now being used in many applications. Among the applications used are in the area of air conditioning, heating and refrigeration.
Practical Constructional Timer Projects for Electronics Enthusiasts
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Security and Surveillance Projects
This bar graph LED battery indicator project will show the level of charge available on the battery of a vehicle using LM3914 display driver. It can be configured to display as dot or bar type.
This simple code practice oscillator project for beginners to Continuous Wave Morse Code uses a 555 timer to generate a dit or dah sound when the key is pressed.
This automotive battery charger project is designed to charge 12V electrolyte lead acid batteries.
Fundamentals of Batteries
Build your own dry cell and rechargable battery tester electronic project.
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