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Do-It-Yourself Kit (recommended)

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With an Assembled & Tested PCB

DIY kit comes with an Assembled and Tested PCB ensuring 100% output guarantee. Includes hardware for assembling project from scratch. Fully supported by elaborate documentation, audio visuals and tools to independently carry out the project work.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

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One solderless multipurpose breadboard and set of basic components will be provided for each of the 5-in-1 Solderless project kit. This 5-in-1 Solderless Project kit will be provided with additional 4 free circuits which can be built by additionally procuring very few components. Thus, students can explore and develop total 5 projects at the cost of 1 project kit only.

All the engineering, diploma and other technical students from first year to final year can get hands on experience in designing and developing various electronics projects with these 5-in-1 solder less project kits. Completely assembled project is available in image format besides real time working in audio visuals to help students to complete one DIY kit with ease and then try engineering skills to attempt the other free circuits provided as no additional components are required. With this solderless breadboard approach none of the component is soldered, hence all the components can be used again and again to try such multiple circuits.

The project is designed to monitor the counting operations in malls, cricket stadiums, modern day metro trains...etc. For example, person entering a cricket stadium are counted by LDR interruption concept and displayed on a seven segment display.

This pair of sensor is kept at certain distance from the other. A pair of sensor consists of a transmitter and a receiver, kept exactly opposite to each other. The transmitting part emits light which is received at the receiver end by the LDR and feeds to a Decade counter IC. When a person passes through the sensors, then counter gets signal (from LDR sensor) and increments the count to displays it on 7 segments displays. This project can also be used in any public transport/trains to count the number of passengers for monitoring purpose.

Further the project can be enhanced by interfacing it with a warning system so that if total number of occupants in the vehicle exceeds the passenger carrying capacity then an alarm is generated by the device.

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Note: This DIY kit doesn't include soldering iron, multimeter, cutter and screwdriver as it is not required.

Note1: All the 5 project circuits are tested and working.

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Consumer Visit Audit

One solderless multipurpose breadboard and set of basic components will be provided for each of the 5-in-1 Solderless project kit. This 5-in-1 Solderless Project kit will be provided with additional 4 free circuits which can be built by additionally procuring very few components. Thus, students can explore and develop total 5 projects at the cost of 1 project kit only.

All the engineering, diploma and other technical students from first year to final year can get hands on experience in designing and developing various electronics projects with these 5-in-1 solder less project kits. Completely assembled project is available in image format besides real time working in audio visuals to help students to complete one DIY kit with ease and then try engineering skills to attempt the other free circuits provided as no additional components are required. With this solderless breadboard approach none of the component is soldered, hence all the components can be used again and again to try such multiple circuits.

The project is designed to monitor the counting operations in malls, cricket stadiums, modern day metro trains...etc. For example, person entering a cricket stadium are counted by LDR interruption concept and displayed on a seven segment display.

This pair of sensor is kept at certain distance from the other. A pair of sensor consists of a transmitter and a receiver, kept exactly opposite to each other. The transmitting part emits light which is received at the receiver end by the LDR and feeds to a Decade counter IC. When a person passes through the sensors, then counter gets signal (from LDR sensor) and increments the count to displays it on 7 segments displays. This project can also be used in any public transport/trains to count the number of passengers for monitoring purpose.

Further the project can be enhanced by interfacing it with a warning system so that if total number of occupants in the vehicle exceeds the passenger carrying capacity then an alarm is generated by the device.

Recommended links:

Note: This DIY kit doesn't include soldering iron, multimeter, cutter and screwdriver as it is not required.

Note1: All the 5 project circuits are tested and working.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS
Easy to use, Self-explanatory kit.
All-inclusive solution kit.
Solderless Breadboard Project.
100% Guaranteed Output.
Most suited for Engineering and Polytechnic
Unique, Powerful and Innovative DIY kit.
Real-time practical applications.
Designed to create multiple experiments.
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Easy to use, Self-explanatory kit.
All-inclusive solution kit.
Solderless Breadboard Project.
100% Guaranteed Output.
Most suited for Engineering and Polytechnic
Unique, Powerful and Innovative DIY kit.
Real-time practical applications.
Designed to create multiple experiments.
BLOCK DIAGRAM
Hardware Requirements
  • Resistors, Capacitor
  • Battery, Breadboard
  • LDR, Thermistor
  • Transistor, MOSFET
  • LED, Diodes
  • Comparator IC, 555 TImer
  • Speaker, Buzzer
  • Switch, Preset
  • DC Fan
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  • Resistors, Capacitor
  • Battery, Breadboard
  • LDR, Thermistor
  • Transistor, MOSFET
  • LED, Diodes
  • Comparator IC, 555 TImer
  • Speaker, Buzzer
  • Switch, Preset
  • DC Fan
OTHER INFORMATION
Battery not included in the kit due to Courier service prohibition. Please buy Lithium 9 volt battery for this project.
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Battery not included in the kit due to Courier service prohibition. Please buy Lithium 9 volt battery for this project.
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