Electronic Mini Projects Circuits – Simple Electronic Circuits

There are various fields of engineering, electrical and electronics engineering (EEE), electronics and communication engineering (ECE), computer science engineering (CSE), and so on. The project work is part of the engineering course academics which will help the students to gain practical knowledge and also hands-on experience. If we consider the EEE branch and ECE branch, then the project work may include designing electronics projects with electronics circuits.

Electronic Circuits

The connection of various electrical and electronic components using connecting wires on a breadboard or by soldering on PCB to form circuits which are termed as electrical and electronic circuits. In this article, let us discuss a few simple electronics projects for beginners which are built with simple electronic circuits.

Simple Electronic Projects for Beginners

There are several numbers of simple electronic projects for beginners that include DIY projects (Do It Yourself), solderless projects, and so on. The solderless projects can be considered as electronics projects for beginners as these are very simple electronic circuits. These solderless projects can be realized on a breadboard without any soldering, hence, termed as solderless projects.

Simple Electronic Circuits for Beginners

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Simple Electronic Circuits for Beginners by www.edgefxkits.com

Night light sensor, overhead water tank level indicator, LED dimmer, police siren, touchpoint based calling bell, automatic toilet delay lighting, fire alarm system, police lights, smart fan, kitchen timer, and so on are a few examples of simple electronic circuits for beginners.

Smart Fan

The fans are frequently used electronic appliances in residential homes, offices, etc., for ventilation and for avoiding suffocation. This project is intended for reducing wastage of electrical energy by automatic switching operation.

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Smart Fan Circuit

The smart fan project is a simple electronic circuit that gets switched ON when a person is present in the room and a fan gets switched OFF when a person leaves the room. Thus, the amount of electrical energy consumed can be reduced.


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Smart Fan Circuit Block Diagram

The smart fan electronic circuit consists of an IR LED and photodiode used for detecting a person. A 555 timer is used to drive the fan if any person is detected by IR LED & photodiode pair, then the 555 timer gets actuated.

Night Sensing Light

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Night Sensing Light by www.edgefxkits.com

The night sensing light is one of the simplest electronic circuits to design and is also the most powerful circuit to save electrical power by the automatic switching operation of the lights. The most commonly used electronic appliances are lights, but it is always difficult to operate them by remembering.

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Night Sensing Light block diagram

The night sensing light circuit will operate the light based on the light intensity falling on the sensor used in the circuit. The light-dependent resistor (LDR) is used as a light sensor in the circuit which automatically turn ON & OFF the light without any support of human.

LED Dimmer

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LED Dimmer

The LED lights are preferable as they are the most efficient, long life and consumes very low power. The dimmability feature of LEDs is used for various applications such as intimidating, decorating, etc.,. Even though LEDs are being designed for dimmability but to obtain better performance LED dimmer circuits can be used.

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LED Dimmer Block Diagram

The LED dimmers are simple electronic circuits designed using a 555 timer IC, MOSFET, adjustable preset resistor and high power LED. The circuit is connected as shown in the above figure and brightness can be controlled from 10 to 100 percent.

Touch Point-based Calling Bell

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Touch Point-based Calling Bell by

In our day-to-day life, we typically use many simple electronic circuits such as calling bell, IR remote control for TV, AC, etc., and so on. The conventional calling bell system consists of a switch to operate and which creates buzzer sound or indicator light on.

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Touch Point-based Calling Bell block diagram

The touchpoint based calling bell is an innovative and simple electronic circuit designed for replacing the conventional calling bell. The circuit consists of a touch sensor, 555 timer IC, transistor and buzzer. If the human body touches the touch sensor of the circuit, then a voltage developed on the touch plate is used for triggering the timer. Thus, the 555 timer output goes high for a fixed time interval (based on the RC time constant). This output is used to drive transistor which in turn triggers the buzzer for that time interval and turns OFF automatically after that.

Fire Alarm System

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Fire Alarm System

The most essential electronic circuit for residence, office, every place in which there is a possibility of fire accidents is a fire alarm system. It is always difficult even to imagine a fire accident, so the fire alarm system helps to extinguish the fire or escape from fire accidents to reduce human loss and property loss as well.

Fire Alarm System block diagram by www.edgefxkits.com
Fire Alarm System block diagram by www.edgefxkits.com

The simple electronic project built using an LED indicator, transistor and thermistor can be used as a fire alarm system. This project can be used even for indicating high temperatures (fire causes high temperatures) such that the cooling system can be turned ON to reduce the temperature to a limited range. The thermistor (temperature sensor) is used for identifying changes in temperature and thus alters the transistor input. Thus, if the temperature range exceeds the limited value, then the transistor will turn ON LED indicator to indicate high temperature.

Similarly, there are numerous simple electronic circuits which we use in our day-to-day life and all these can be designed by yourself with a little guidance. Are you interested to know about the latest electronics projects for beginners? For any technical help in developing projects, get in touch with us by posting your ideas, views, comments, and suggestions in the comments section below.


  1. Hy sir i want to a 1khz to 100khz frequency circuit can you send me

    1. Tarun Agarwal says:

      Hi Anoop
      Sorry to inform you that we cannot provide you like that

  2. ali gohar says:

    i need some other and some new electronic projects

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  4. Habib Kal says:

    Very nice Circuit
    I like this websit

    1. Tarun Agarwal says:

      Hi Habib,
      Thanks for your valuable appreciation.

  5. hi sir i m in 3rd year b.tech ece.i want to do voltage doubler using 555 timer.can u mail me d ckt digram of voltage doubler according to edgefix u have shown on d topic 6v to 12 v dc

    1. Tarun Agarwal says:

      Hi Saara,
      We are very much sorry for the inconvenience caused to you. Kindly bear with us.
      The circuit diagram, code and other information could be shared with you when you purchase the project.
      For further details please contact Niranjan on +91-9959178000.

  6. Hey,
    This chaitra here, I’m Master’s student with VLSI as my specialization. I’m looking for projects in my field and so need some suggestions and assistance from you.I would appreciate if you can get back to me for further detail talks. Hoping to hear from you.

    Thank you

    1. Tarun Agarwal says:

      Hi Chaitra,
      Regret,we don’t have projects related to VLSI.
      For further any requirements please contact Mr.Tarun Agarwal on +91-9908208883.

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