Automatic Night Lamp Breadboard Project Using LDR For Science Students DIY Project Kit


100 in stock

Breadboard Using LDR Project Kit-

  • 2 Pcs LDR
  • 5 Pcs BC547 Resistor
  • 5 Pcs LED Light
  • 5 Pcs 100K Ohm Resistor
  • 5 Pcs 330 Ohm Resistor
  • 5 Pcs 1K Ohm Resistor
  • Black And Red Connecting Wire
  • 1 Pc Breadboard



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100 in stock

The automatic night lamp breadboard project using an LDR (Light Dependent Resistor) is a simple electronic circuit that automatically turns on a lamp or an LED light when it detects darkness or low light conditions. The project utilizes an LDR, which is a type of resistor whose resistance decreases as the amount of light falling on it increases.

  1. LDR: The LDR is the main component of the project. It acts as a sensor to detect the ambient light conditions.
  2. Resistor: A resistor is connected in series with the LDR to form a voltage divider circuit. The resistor helps in controlling the sensitivity of the LDR.
  3. Transistor: A general-purpose NPN transistor, such as the BC547, is used as a switch in this circuit.

4. LED: The lamp or LED is the output device that will be turned on automatically when it gets dark.

5. Power supply : The circuit requires a power supply, usually a 9V battery or a DC power      adapter, to provide the necessary voltage.

SKU: Breadboard LDR Using Project Kit Category: Tags: , , , , ,
Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 7 × 6 × 3 cm

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