In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to build a 555 PWM Circuit. You’ll modify the standard astable circuit with a couple of diodes. And you’ll see how you can use this to control the speed of a motor.
How do you become better at electronics? By building lots of circuits.
On this page, you'll find circuit diagrams for a wide range of fun and interesting electronic circuits:
Transistor circuits. 555 Timer Circuits. LED Circuits. Amplifier circuits. And many more.
All circuits come with a component list and a connection diagram, schematic, or build instruction. So you can just start building right away.
If you have any questions about the circuits, just ask in the comment section of the circuit you're curious about.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to build a 555 police siren circuit using two 555 timer ICs. The tutorial includes parts list, circuit explanation, and build instructions so that you can build it yourself on a breadboard.
In this project, you will build a touch sensor circuit. It’s a cool and simple circuit that allows you to control an LED with the touch of a finger. And you only need three components, how cool right?
You can build this circuit if you’re a total beginner.
In this guide, I’ll show you how to build a DIY sugar dispenser using parts made of cardboard. By making the parts out of cardboard, it’s quick and easy to build and experiment with different ways to have your machine dispense sugar.
In this guide I’ll show you how to build a +5V -5V dual power supply from a standard USB outlet, using just four components. It’s a simple circuit that only requires four different components. And you can easily build it at home on a prototyping board.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use an ultrasonic sensor. Specifically, you’ll learn how to use the HC-SR04 module with an Arduino to measure the depth of a water tank. An ultrasonic sensor is one of those things that some people don’t like getting into just because it sounds complex to use and understand. […]