Some of the most fascinating electronics kits you can use for your science fair project include car alarm simulator; music box kit; electric cannon kit; ambulance, fire, police, and machine gun sounds kit; sound activated switch; and electronic mosquito repellent.
Electronic kits can make for an attractive displays for your science fair. They are also interesting to study and observe, which make them a popular choice for electronics lab projects for students during science fairs. Here are some of the most fascinating electronic kits you can use for your project:
Car alarm simulator
This electronic kit, which imitates a car alarm is one of the most interesting science kits gaining popularity among students. Almost every family uses a car alarm these days to help protect cars from thieves. It would be a great idea to explain how a car alarm works and show spectators how to make one. This kit can be bought from science stores with detailed instructions for installation.
Music box kit
Are you captivated by lovely music boxes? Then this the project for you. This electronic kit simulates how music plays in a music box after a light resistance is made against it, such as that of opening a music box.
Electric cannon kit
Add some action to your science fair and learn the basics of electronics by building your own electric cannon. This kit includes motors, ping pong balls, plastics rings, wheels, pulleys, washers, and nuts, among others. It comes with complete instructions in building an electric cannon. This project will help you understand how cannon balls are being fired by illustrating how ping pong balls pop out from wheels that spin.
Ambulance, fire, police, and machine gun sounds kit
You can make a fun and interesting science fair project by using an electronic kit that produces four different sound effects in one package. Ambulance, police, fire, and even machine gun sounds are produced using a series of chip-on-board (COB), which is a series of electronic kits. You can also adjust the sound using triggers, depending on how long you want the sound to get going, such as continuous or at desired number of seconds per trigger.
Sound activated switch
This fascinating electronic science fair project will help you uncover the mystery behind clapper toys or even baby musical mobiles that are activated by any loud sound detected. It includes a circuit that will trigger an activity when it detects a loud sound like clapping of hands, barking of dogs, and even loud coughing. The sensor