## Thursday, October 5, 2023

In this DIY electronics project, I will show you how to build a Battery Level Indicator using just three LEDs and three resistors. This simple circuit allows you to monitor the voltage of your battery, providing a visual representation of its charge level.

Watch this step-by-step tutorial to learn how to create the circuit, understand its working principle, and implement it for various battery-powered devices.

Whether you're a beginner in electronics or an enthusiast looking for a quick and useful project, this Battery Level Indicator is an excellent choice. It's not only educational but also practical for keeping your devices powered up when you need them most.

This is a 9v battery status indicator circuit. One of my friend asked me to build this as he wanted a 9v transistor radio battery status indicator. Thats why i build this circuit it works great and another thing about this circuit by changing the 'ZENER diode' you can rebuild this circuit for other low power battery. I used Green and Red led as green Led light's up when the voltage is higher than 6.9v and Red led lights up when the voltage drops to 6.9v.Its simple and reliable all the parts are commonly available and low cost as well.

In this DIY electronics project, I will show you how to build a Battery Level Indicator using just three LEDs and three resistors. This simple circuit allows you to monitor the voltage of your battery, providing a visual representation of its charge level.

Watch this step-by-step tutorial to learn how to create the circuit, understand its working principle, and implement it for various battery-powered devices.

Whether you're a beginner in electronics or an enthusiast looking for a quick and useful project, this Battery Level Indicator is an excellent choice. It's not only educational but also practical for keeping your devices powered up when you need them most.

This is a 9v battery status indicator circuit. One of my friend asked me to build this as he wanted a 9v transistor radio battery status indicator. Thats why i build this circuit it works great and another thing about this circuit by changing the 'ZENER diode' you can rebuild this circuit for other low power battery. I used Green and Red led as green Led light's up when the voltage is higher than 6.9v and Red led lights up when the voltage drops to 6.9v.Its simple and reliable all the parts are commonly available and low cost as well.