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This is a simple plug and play mosquito repellent. It comes in very handy.

Step 1: What All You Will Need.

You will need the following:

A piezoelectric transducer

A 1000 ohms rectifier diode

An electric socket

An led

Acrylic

A transient voltage diode 1500W

Two Capacitors

Step 2: Soldering Together

Solder all the components together on a perfboard and add the plug socket

Step 3: Adding the Cover

Find a suitable cover for the circuit board to be kept in. I got mine from one of those plug and play electric speakers.
<p>It doesn't look like you soldered the components in place... You would have to make your own PCB for that. It's obvious that you didn't solder at all</p><p>It looks to me like the answer to <a href="https://www.instructables.com/member/shivamgautam" style="">shivamgautam</a>'s question would be <em>&quot;Yes&quot;</em></p><p>I think I've read online that these are fake, They don't repel mosquitoes at all</p><p>Sorry, But this is FAKE (Tell me why this isn't fake...)</p>
<p>&quot;A 1000 ohms rectifier diode&quot; ? ? ?</p><p>(Title) &quot;Repelent&quot; should be Repellent.</p><p>:)</p>
<p>Yup a 1000 ohms rectifier diode</p><p>and i shall correct that spelling it usually does not happen. Thank you and please vote. :]</p>
<p>1K ohms, Isn't it a resistor?</p><p>You didn't correct the title...</p>
<p>Didn't you just disassembled a commercial mosquito repeller and assembled it back again? :D</p>
<p>nope i actually opened a lot of them and learned about them. After that i made one exept it turned out to look like on of the commercial repeller</p>
<p>hi,</p><p>is there a circuit diagram? what is the frequency of the oscillator? how did yhou pront the silk screen on the board?</p>
Cool!

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