Electronic Kits & Circuits for Hobby Electronics Builders!
What is Electro Kits Electronics?ElectroKits (short for "Electronic Kits") is a comprehensive database of electronic circuits and kits. In the blue navigation bar to the right, the electronic "Circuits & Schematics" section features circuit designs and plans for constructing your own electronic circuit projects. The "Hobby Electronic Kits" section features kits that come complete with circuit designs (schematics), PCB circuit boards and electronic components so that you can solder together your own electronic circuits, with minimal effort. Both the Kits and Circuits are of the highest quality.
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Control RC motor speeds with this 10 amp adjustable motor controller circuit. Uses a total of 5 2N3055 high power transistors.
A small motor control electronic circuit schematic. Control the speed of your motors with this low rate speed control electronic circuit.
This smoke detector acts as a fire alarm by setting off an alarm when smoke is detected. It uses a very simple bulb and LDR approach.
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Build super cheap and small RC car transmitters that operate on 27 and 49 MHz. Meant for small remote control (RC) cars. Very easy to build, and cheap. Plus battery charger.
The BC547 is a common NPN small signal transistor. View the datasheet and information for the BC-547 transistor from various manufacturers.
Very small Hi-Fi Stereo FM Transmitter circuit that uses only 1 chip (BA-1404), and is very easy to construct. Operates from 1.5-3 Volts DC (just 1 or 2 AA batteries).
Ever missed the doorbell because you couldn't hear it? Well this visual doorbell circuit will allow you to see a flashing light instead!
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Build a motorcycle alarm for your motorcycle. This electronic circuit sense when your motorbike is moved and sets of an alarm for 2 minutes. Cheap motorcycle alarm!
A digital keypad lock / opening circuit. Build your digital safe or alarm, which is operated by entering the right codes on a keypad.
An LED circuit that alternately flashes two LED's on and off. Perfect for a hazard or warning sign. When one LED is on the other is off.
Metal detectors a tons of fun. These metal detector electronic circuits will enable you to go hunting for all kinds of cool stuff, wherever you like!
Aircraft radio receiver circuit that receives aircraft radio signals in the 220-400 MHz band. This kit is small and simple to build, and it's a lot of fun to listen to aircrafts!
A very clever portable cell phone battery charger that uses 8x1.5 AA cells (batteries) to charge cell-phone / mobile phone batteries while mobile. No more need for a mains outlet!
This is a RC car project is the transmitter and receiver modules for a Remote Control car, with speed control and continuous steering.
This audio amplifier electronic circuit uses MOSFET transistors to create more than 25 Watts output power. Uses IRF530 and IRF9530 MOSFET transistors.
Electronic kits are packages that come complete with the required PCB (Printed Circuit Board) and electronic components (resistors, transistors, capacitors, etc..) in order to construct an electronic circuit that performs a specific action. A typical example of an electronic kit are Audio Amplifier Kits – which will provide an audio output signal greater than that of the input. The kit constructor usually needs to solder, cut and connect these electronic components, so there is usually a need for a soldering and associated tools.
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Currently, there are are about 240 products in our database, ranging from simple electronics kits consisting of just a few passive electronic components up to complex microprocessor controlled kits. We also list some of the more popular FM broadcasting radio transmitters don't ask why, we just have an interest in these! We also have electronic reference guides, such as Morse / Moris Code.