This is a basic electronic kit for beginners. The kit has few SMD component and few through-hole components. Because it has SMD components, it is recommended to use a temperature-controlled soldering iron to solder the CD4060 chip.Continue reading
This is a basic electronic DIY kit for beginners. The kit generates a light explosion effect with several LEDs. The scrolling of the LEDs is controlled by CD4017 and NE555. You can adjust the speed of the explosion using a potentiometer. You need basic soldering skills to build the kit. It takes about an hour to build the kit for beginners.Continue reading
This is a sound level meter project from Jaycar. It is based on LM3915 chip. The kit displays the volume intensity via LEDs. It is a visual representation of the audio level.
For the maximum volume of an audio source, the yellow and red LEDs light up. For medium sound level, only GREEN LEDs light up. In the video, you will see all the steps required to build the project.
This is basically an audio amplifier with one sound channel. Build the kit and connect it to an audio source using a mono jack. You will need two kits to make it stereo amplifier. The source can be your another FM radio project, mp3 project, etc.Continue reading
This video shows all the steps to build the HEE-HAW Siren Project from Jaycar. The kit is based on NE555 IC. The timer NE555 IC is configured in astable mode.
You will hear a hee-haw siren similar to an ambulance and you will see the two green and red flashing LEDs.
This is the “Skeet” Shooting Game Project from Jaycar. The kit checks your hand and eye coordination. There are 9 green and 1 red LED. There are two switches: one is reset switch and the other is FIRE switch.Continue reading