Electronic Circuits

Electronic is fun to learn, especially if you can learn it by building your own circuits. To help you with that, Circuit Digest provides you with a list of popular Electronic circuits and Electronic projects with well illustrated circuit diagram and detailed explanation for a complete do-it-yourself experience. All projects are tested and verified with a working video for a hassle free learning experience. Whether you are an expert or beginner in electronics, we have something interesting for all of you. Below is our huge collection of 200+ free electronic circuits that you can build today.

Introduction to ADC0804

We know all the parameters of nature are of analog. That means they vary continuously over time. Say for an instance...

Transformerless Power Supply

Generating Low voltage DC, from the 220v or 110v AC mains, is very useful and necessary in the field of electronics. Low...

Emergency Light

Emergency light is an integral part of household electronics nowadays. We all know Emergency light is used during the power...

DIY Piano

Piano is developed by connecting a 555 timer ASTABLE multivibrator with variable frequency to a speaker. Piano is a wonderful...

Clap On Clap Off Switch

A "Clap On Clap Off" switch is an interesting concept that could be used in home automation. It works as a switch which makes...

IR Based Security Alarm

IR based security alarm circuit can detect any movement and trigger the alarm. This circuit is very useful in homes, banks,...

IR Sensor Module Circuit

Sensors are very important part of electronics, especially in Robotics and Automations. Sensors in electronic devices make our...

Remote Controlled Light Switch

IR LED emits infrared light, and used in TV remotes. This Infrared is received by the receiver TSOP17XX (TSOP 1738used in TV)....

Voltage Tripler Circuit

Voltage Tripler is the circuit where we get the thrice of the peak input voltage, like if the peak voltage of AC voltage is 5...

Voltage Doubler Circuit

Voltage doubler is the circuit where we get the twice of the input voltage, like if we supply 5v voltage, we will get 10 volt...

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