Simple Fan Circuit

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Original price was: 599.00₹.Current price is: 299.00₹.

Simple Fan Circuit offers beginners a hands-on experience with basic electronics, featuring a DC motor with a fan, switch, and battery. Perfect for learning, it includes all components and a circuit diagram for easy assembly and experimentation.

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Simple Fan Circuit, an easy-to-use setup designed to explore the basic principles of electrical circuits and motor operation. This includes components such as a DC motor with a fan, a 9V battery, switch, wires, and a circuit diagram on board, offering a straightforward platform for beginners to learn about circuits and motors through hands-on experimentation.

Key Features

  • User-Friendly: Perfect for beginners and hobbyists exploring basic electronics.
  • Minimalist Design: Focuses on essential components for easy understanding and assembly.
  • Complete Kit: Includes all necessary components for quick setup and operation.
  • Hands-On Learning: Provides practical experience with circuitry and motor functionality.
  • Portable: Compact design for learning on the go or at home.

Components Used

  • DC Motor with Fan: Demonstrates basic motor functionality.
  • 9V Battery with Battery Cap: Powers the circuit for motor operation.
  • Switch: Allows easy control of the circuit.
  • Wires: Connect components and complete the circuit.
  • Circuit Diagram on Board: Provides visual guidance for assembly and understanding.


  • The 9V battery powers the circuit, supplying electricity to the DC motor.
  • The switch controls the motor, allowing users to turn it on or off.
  • When the switch is on, the DC motor with a fan operates, providing airflow.
  • The circuit diagram on board assists users in correctly connecting components and understanding the circuit layout.


  • Educational Use: Ideal for teaching basic circuit principles in classrooms or at home.
  • STEM Projects: Suitable for science fair projects and hands-on learning activities.
  • DIY Electronics: Great for hobbyists interested in experimenting with motors and circuits.
  • Prototype Development: Use as a foundation for more complex circuit designs.
  • Home Experiments: Engage in practical learning and exploration of motor functionality.