How To Build An Astable Multivibrator Circuit Without Solder
Build an LED flasher circuit - No soldering required
Want to build an electronic circuit that works? Want to wire up a device that will do something impressive without spending too much time or money on it? I'm guessing that you want to do it without needing to do any soldering either right?
How about building an astable multivibrator that will flash a couple of bright LEDs? It's a very simple circuit that only requires a few components. Let me show you how to build a simple light flasher using my circuit. We can build it on a solderless breadboard to save time and keep things nice and clean. When it's finished you will be able to experiment with it yourself to change the rate of flashing and the brightness of the LEDs etc.
Lets have some fun building electronic circuits
The two things that I like the least about working with electronic circuits are theory and mathematics. University math almost pushed me away from electronics entirely. It was so complicated and intense that I began to think that I had made a terrible mistake and started looking for an alternative career. But don't worry because it turns out that you don't actualy need most of the university math they thrust upon you. In 35 years working as electronic and software engineer I can't say that I've used even 5% of what I learned back then.
The trick to keeping the fun in electronics if there is one is this: Learn what you need when you need it. It's as simple as that and you will find that the majority of what you realy need to know is pretty simple.
Anyway my passion in electronics engineering is the building of circuits and devices and of course, seeing them work. I have to admit that I get the most satisfaction from building things that solve a problem like a doorbell that alerts you even when the door is propped open or a medical instrument that may save someone's life. But for me the enjoyment is in designing and building the device. I'm happy for someone else to listen for people walking through the door.
So why I don't I shut up and and get down to building this flashing LED lamp circuit.
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