Instrumental variable methods can identify causal effects even when the treatment and outcome are confounded. We study the problem of imperfect measurements of the binary instrumental variable, treatment or outcome. We first consider non-differential measurement errors, that is, the mis-measured variable does not depend on other variables given its true value. We show that the measurement error of the instrumental variable does not bias the estimate, the measurement error of the treatment biases the estimate away from zero, and the measurement error of the outcome biases the estimate toward zero. Moreover, we derive sharp bounds on the causal effects without additional assumptions. These bounds are informative because they exclude zero. We then consider differential measurement errors, and focus on sensitivity analyses in those settings.