10 Breadboard Projects for Beginners

For details of each project: Visit: http://www.instructables.com/id/Ten-Breadboard-Projects-For-Beginners/

This video will give you a walkthrough of 10 projects that can be made on a breadboard. The projects are simple so can be a good choice for beginners to start in the field of electronics.

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45 Comments on “10 Breadboard Projects for Beginners”

  1. So as I opened this video after a long time, let me make it clear.

    1) The music had to be put down because I was not aware that it was copyright protected.
    2) Please read the description. This is not a "How to" video. The original article with each and every detail including parts list, schematics, breadboard layouts and various links in available on Instructables. http://www.instructables.com/id/Ten-Breadboard-Projects-For-Beginners/
    3) I had no intention to publish the project on YouTube at that time. So this is just the test video of each project.
    4) I have published a video each for Project 1 and Project 2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsJIMZ5AICM and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWyPl7_8quY&t=2s respectively. I was going to publish a video for each of the 10 projects, but I am still a high school student so there's not much time available.

    5) Please visit one more article on 5 more breadboard projects for beginners on Instructables: http://www.instructables.com/id/Lets-Make-5-More-BreadBoard-Projects-for-Begginers/
    Again, all details are provided there.

    Test video for the 5 projects: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cW6PF5reH8&t=3s
    DIY video for-
    Project 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIcyJwUfJJc
    Project 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRbl7m3V9uk
    Project 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vzF6ZrfUuQ&t=18s
    Project 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1F20UM6aD5k&t=6s
    Project 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sF4mVDY3oi4

    I am really sorry for any confusion.

  2. Perhaps someone can help me with this project that I am wanting to undergo. I've got a low water cutoff switch on my boiler. When the water drops below the sensor in the boiler tank, it triggers a light on the switch. I would like to convert that light to an audible alarm so I do not have to go downstairs to visually check the switch every day. Is there an easy wiring circuit I can hook up to the switch that would accomplish what I am trying to do?

  3. Hi, I just started to learn the electric circuit and all sorts of staff. Your practical projects look very promising. I am wondering where can I purchase all these components in one circuit kit?

  4. Really cool collection of circuits shown in this video 🙂 . I will definitely be looking forward to trying them out. Ignore all the haters, they probably didn't read the description or something.

  5. Actually your ninth experiment is quite revolutionary for me; formerly I have tried it using simple logic and simple components it worked just sort averaged Why? The answer is randomness of Dice; each time of you note set of outcomes as I done; I'd noted down 10 sets of outcomes with each have 10 discrete outcome; but there was also recognizable pattern in that outcomes; like 4-4-x is most common and I am surprised in your circuits all time 4-4-x was common; so I take one step ahead using raspberry pie and arduino; In C it's also challenging to create effective random output algorithm; Pattern mapping is very natural so I guess pure random things never exists; Bur there are good random-seeming outcome in Arduino! Cheers!

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