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Free electronics projects, circuit diagrams and software codes available for students and hobbyists. Complete instructions on DIY electronic devices also available. These projects have been tested by EFY and are available with source codes. These are helpful with understanding concepts of electronics including basic components. The projects are designed to be helpful for engineering students and professionals building their own designs and circuits. The projects are also compiled from time to time to provide a single destination for project junkies. Let us know how you feel about the content and any thing you would like us to cover in the future. We hope you enjoy the content on this page!

3D Printed Smart Wearable and Jewellery – Part 1

Embedding electronics inside a 3D printed design is quite a challenge. While enabling such a technique opens up a new door for rapid prototyping and testing of ‘future’ gadgets, at the...

Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Arm

“Now control artificial hands using your mind power. Imagine operating hundreds of such artificial body parts with your thoughts. Isn’t it amazing?“   At times during multitasking, you would have wished to have...

An Exhaust Fan That Switches On Automatically On Detecting Smoke

Normally exhaust fans installed in kitchens, including restaurant kitchens, keep running continuously—whether smoke is present or not. Here is how you can build a small electronic device that switches on the...

Smallest Open-Source Function Generator

A function generator is an essential equipment used by design, and test and measurement engineers as well as DIYers. Most of the function generators available in the market are expensive and...

Simple Liquid Dispenser For Bottling Plants

Automated liquid filler machines are used to pack various liquid items such as oils, milk, and beverages in their bottling plants. But these machines are costly and not affordable by most...
Transmitter circuit for Typical Remote Controlled toy car

Remote Controlled Toy Car Demystified

A remote controlled (RC) car has two small DC motors with tiny gear boxes, one to spin the rear wheels and the other to steer the front wheels. Communication between the...
Raspberry Pi Laptop

Homemade Laptop Using Raspberry Pi

The laptop has now become one of the must-have items everyone should own. Today different varieties of laptops are available in the market, with different price tags. You will be amazed to...
Talking LED Alarm Clock Using TM1637 LED Module

Talking LED Alarm Clock Using TM1637 LED Module

Every microcontroller project needs a display. An LCD display with one or two rows for characters is a good choice but it needs several wire connections to make it work. There...

Wireless IoT Solar Power Plant Monitoring System

With limited fossil fuel reserves for the next few years and the problem of pollution that they cause, renewable energy is the need of the hour to tackle these issues. Solar...

Measurement Of Low DC Voltages Using Laptop

We generally measure voltages with a multimeter or a voltmeter. But you can also measure low-value DC voltages up to 5V that are generally found in electronics circuits with this laptometer...
 
 
 

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