In this instructable I will show you how to make high frequency signal generator (about 10Hz- 3300Hz). This has many different uses from a signal generator to a motor speed controller.
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Step 1: Parts
To make the signal generator you will need the following parts.
a header terminal strip (optional)
You will also need a soldering iron and a hot glue gun (pliers and a vice are also helpful).
Step 2: Schematic
The circuit is relatively simple and is rather easy to put together.
Step 3: Solder and Hot Glue
It is fairly simple to figure out were to put the components so I won't go into detail in that. The pictures may give you some ideas. If you want to put the project in a box you will obviously want to place the potentiometers more conveniently.
Step 4: Finished
Have fun with your signal generator.Here are some videos, one operating a small transducer, then dimming an led, and last I send the signal to my homemade amplifier (I might make an instructable on that to) with the output connected to a large speaker.