LEDs Are Fun
Here is a collection of LED
circuits that I have gathered together for you to PLAY with.
There is no soldering necessary with most of them but you will need
a Solderless Breadboard to put them together.
solderless breadboard, for those who are just starting out, is a
circuit building tool with connected rows used to connect the
different circuits together. You can find them at your nearest Radio
Shack. Here is one I built two seperate circuits on.
Another option is to use a Perf Board
to assemble them. I have a little tutorial about building with
Please use caution and build
responsibly. If I feel that a circuit can endanger your life, I will
tell you on that page so watch for it. Some circuits use 110VAC
60HZ as a supply. I don't want to scare anyone away but,
"THIS KIND OF VOLTAGE CAN KILL YOU". OK, I've got your
attention. If you're not quite sure about how to handle higher
voltages, please move on to a lower voltage circuit.
Now on to the circuits.
Here's a little thing I put together with LED
Lights that actually turned out much better than I planned. It is a
simple circuit that uses low voltage so it is pretty safe.
Check out how I used this simple circuit in my LED Photo Project
The Simplest LED Flasher There Is
There are only two components, it only
takes 10 seconds to build and there are absolutely no harmful
voltages to worry about.
This is a project for all ages and all
It's called an
LED Throwie. Check it out right
LED Flasher Circuits
Lots and lots of uses for these
Not only are they fun to
build, they're easy to build too. Low voltage LED circuits are more
enjoyable for me because there's less chance of getting a
ssshhoocckkk. I hate those.
Anyway, some circuits flash, some
blink slowly and some even Flip-Flop back and forth and up and down
and....... Check them out
LED Accent Light Circuit
Need just enough light to illuminate
a dark corner of a room?
How about a light for your desktop?
Maybe even something for under your cupboards to light up your
Well this little 12 LED Accent Light Project might
just do the trick.
To check it out just click