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Precision Audio Millivoltmeter

Precision Audio Millivoltmeter. Uses audio for measuring voltage.... [read]

Muscular Bio-Stimulator

This is a small, portable set, designed for those aiming at look improvement. The Bio-Stimulator provides muscles' stimulation and invigoration but, mainly,... [read]

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Circuit diagram symbolsWelcome to our Website! We are here to show You how to make various interesting electronic devices on your own. Some of the devices are: Amplifiers, Power sources, Metal detectors, Alarms, Insect repellant, light, sound or touch sensitive devices, Whistle responder which produces sound when called by a whistle and our visitor's favorite Light and LED devices… We can’t name them all right here, so we suggest You browse through our collection of diagrams on your own.

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Low cost-Automatic Emergency Light

1. It is highly bright due to the use of white LEDs. 2. The light turns on automatically when mains supply fails, and turns off when mains power resumes. 3.... [read]

230V Blinking LED

I needed a pulsating light for a certain signaling. Voltage was 230V. So I decided to make a simple circuit, consisted of a LED diode, two capacitors, two... [read]