Category Archives: Fun Circuits

Simple Traffic Light Controller

Here the simple traffic light controller which is could be used to educate kids rudiments of traffic light guidelines. The circuit utilizes easily available electronic parts. It generally consists of rectifier diodes (1N4001), a 5V regulator 7805, two timers circuit using IC 555, two relays (5V, single-changeover), three 15W, 230V light bulbs and also several… Read More »

Circuit For Quiz Contest : Electronic Jam

This is the design diagram of electronic jam. This jam circuit can be implemented in quiz contests in which any participator who pushes his switch (button) prior to the other participants, will get the first opportunity to answer a question. The circuit provided right here allows up to eight participants with each one assigned a… Read More »

Portable 230V Lamp Flasher

This is a portable, 230V high-power incandescent electric lamp flasher circuit diagram. It is actually basically a double flasher (alternating blinker) which could manage two different 230V AC loads (bulb lamps L1 and L2). The circuit is completely transistorised and battery-powered. The free-running oscillator circuit is realised working with two low-power, low-noise transistors T1 and… Read More »

Electronic Horn

This is an easy, low cost and easy built circuit of an electronic horn which is designed close to quadruple op-amp IC LM3900 (IC1). IC LM3900 has four independent operational-amplifiers (A1 through A4) having a large output voltage swing. It is able to operate at up to 32V DC. The 1st op-amp (A1) is designed… Read More »

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