Nowadays solar cells are mainly produced using silicon as their active layer but silicon solar cells have reached their maximum efficiency potential. Perovskite solar cells (PSC) are a potential candidate to replace silicon solar cells because of their high efficiency prospective and easy to fabricate over silicon solar cells. Therefore, many researchers have examined PSCs to obtain the most optimal PSC performance. Solar cells use solar radiation as their source to produce electricity that we know as photovoltaic effects. In this research we had fabricated the PSC only by using low-cost fabrication methods, namely the spin coating deposition method and under ambient condition. From the fabrication results, the PSC can produce an open circuit voltage of 0.6 V, a short circuit current of 13 mA, and 0.28 Fill Factor.