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4015 Shift Register Board Kit

4015 Shift Register Board Kit

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The 4015 Shift Register Kit by MitchElectronics lets you experiment with the dual 4-bit 4015 shift register, how to use combinational logic and issues with clock skew. Ideal for education and soldering practice.

The Board is a simple kit that lets you get soldering experience while also learning about the 4015 shift register. Instead of having two independent shift registers, the 4015 combines them into a single 8-bit shift register, thus demonstrating how shift registers can be chained together.

The board also integrates buttons for each control input, so that they can be independently tested, and each output of both shift registers has been connected to its own LED in a row, so you can see how data is shifted across. Furthermore, to prevent multiple clock pulses when pushing the clock button, a de-bounce circuit has been included, which ignores sudden multiple presses of the clock button.

Finally, all the input and outputs are passed through to two expander pads on the side of the PCB, allowing for future expansion with other logic boards.

Product specifics

  • Component Count: 40
  • Battery Powered: Yes
  • Operating Voltage: 3V – 9V
  • Operating Frequency: N/A
  • Dimensions (PCB): 58mm x 53mm
  • Mounting Holes: Yes – 4 x M4 (50mm x 45mm)
  • Prebuilt: No – Kit form
  • Batteries Not Included

Included in this kit

  • 1 x 8 DIP Socket
  • 1 x 16 DIP Socket
  • 1 x LM358 Op Amp
  • 1 x 4015 Shift Register
  • 13 x 1K Resistor
  • 4 x 100K Resistor
  • 3 x 100nF Capacitor
  • 11 x 3mm Red LED
  • 3 x Tactile Switch
  • 1 x Slide Switch
  • 1 x PP3 Connector


The 4015 Shift Register kit is an ideal teaching tool for learning how shift registers work, connecting them together, and challenges faced with clock skew. As the kit requires assembly, the 4015 Shift Register kit is also suitable for solder practice, giving students two opportunities for education in a single kit. Pin contacts on the side of the board allow for further expansion with other circuits, thus enabling for more complex projects, and the inbuilt issue with clock skew gives students the possibility of fixing the kit so that it functions correctly.  


Note that product specifics such as output frequency depend on the tolerance of the components. The numbers provided here are an approximation only.

All parts sold by MitchElectronics are compliant with RoHS and REACH directives which ensure that they can be used in commercial environments as well as complying with environmental laws.


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