Connect a 3-color LED and buzzer on the 9V battery.

The buzzer sounds interesting.

The sound changes to the color change of the LED.

Step 1:

Video for connecting electronic circuits.

Step 2:

Connect the temperature sensor.

The operating temperature falls.

<p>Where do you find these Sokit connectors ? A Google search found nothing.</p>
<p>This might help.</p><p></p><p><a href="http://www.banggood.com" rel="nofollow">WWW.banggood.com</a></p>
<p>Possibly Radio Shack? </p>
H&eacute;las non !<br>I've tried many search engines but none of them found anything except for the Youtube link of our friend's instructable.<br>Thanks anyway.
<p>This may help Ya</p><p><a href="http://www.ebay.com/itm/10-Pack-RED-Posi-Lock-18-24-ga-wire-in-line-connector-small-slick-quick-easy-/251128697719?hash=item3a786fd377:m:m7OLPUcmvmHgC-3uX3qjTDw&vxp=mtr" rel="nofollow">http://www.ebay.com/itm/10-Pack-RED-Posi-Lock-18-24-ga-wire-in-line-connector-small-slick-quick-easy-/251128697719?hash=item3a786fd377:m:m7OLPUcmvmHgC-3uX3qjTDw&amp;vxp=mtr</a></p>
<p>Thanks, it can indeed help but this is not the same.</p>
<p>Here another Co. I'm not sure if they sell small quantities to the public. You could call and ask them.</p><p><a href="http://www.ebmag.com/Products/Automation-Datacom/te-connectivity-coolsplice-connectors-accept-20-22-awg-wire.html" rel="nofollow">http://www.ebmag.com/Products/Automation-Datacom/te-connectivity-coolsplice-connectors-accept-20-22-awg-wire.html</a></p>
<p>Thanks.</p><p>I know this kind of products, they don't suit for prototyping as they've got solder to melt with a heat gun.</p>
<p>Where do you get the 2 pin rgb leds?</p>
<p>Beautiful! </p>
<p>Fun project. I know that my son would love to play around with this kit.</p>

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