Friday, December 27, 2013

Dicing With LEDs

Every self-respecting DIYer makes his own electronic dice with LEDs as spots. Then you don’t have to throw the dice anymore – just push the button. The electronics also ensures that nobody can try to improve his luck by fiddling with the dice. Too bad for sore losers! This circuit proves that an electronic die built using standard components can be made quite compact. The key component of here is a type 4060 digital counter (IC1). This IC has an integrated oscillator stage, so only two resistors (R7 and R8) and a capacitor (C7) are necessary to generate the clock signal. The clock signal is divided by various factors by the internal digital circuitry of the IC.

The division factors are designated by ‘CT’ in the IC drawing symbol. For instance, the signal on the CT3 output (pin 7) is a square wave with a frequency equal to the clock frequency divided by 23 (8). The clock signal is divided by 24 (16) on the CT4 output, by 25 (32) on the CT5 output, and so on. This means the output signals form a binary number that Dicing with LEDs counts upwards, which is naturally what a counter does.Of course, a die has only six possible values marked on the six sides of a cube. This means that at least three bits (the first three outputs) of the counter are necessary to drive a display. Eight different counter states (23) can be represented with three bits, but in this case the counter must be restricted to six states.

Dicing With LEDs Circuit Diagram

dicing-with-led-circuit diagram
dicing-with-led-schematic-circuit diagram

To make sure this happens, D11, D12 and R6 are used to reset the counter to its initial state when it reaches the seventh state, which means when it reaches a binary count of 110. When this happens, pins 4 and 5 of the IC are both logic ‘1’ (high level), which causes a logic ‘1’ to be applied to pin 12 via resistor R6. This causes the counter to be reset, which is what we want. The display consists of seven LEDs arranged in the same pattern as the usual markings on a normal die. 

This arrangement is shown in the schematic diagram. Before you begin thinking about the proper logical connections between the LEDs and the counter outputs, you can start by noting that except for the ‘1’ state there will always be two LEDs lit up at the same time. This means that only four distinct indications are necessary, instead of seven (with a total of seven LEDs).Another advantage of this is that the current consumption can be reduced by connecting pairs of LEDs in series. Resistors R1–R4 limit the current through the LEDs to approximately 2 mA. This means you have to use low-current LEDs. They are nice and bright at a current of 2 mA. Resistor R3 has a higher value because only one LED is driven via it.

For convenience, the circuit is dimensioned based on using a 9-V battery. The current consumption of the circuit depends on the number of LEDs that are illuminated, and with our prototype it varied over a range of approximately 2.5 mA to 6.5 mA. The LEDs still produce enough light even when the supply voltage is as low as 6 V, but this depends strongly on the characteristics of the low-current LEDs used in the circuit. Diodes D8–D10 and transistor T1 are necessary to enable all the states of a normal die to be shown. By that, we primarily mean the states with two or three spots, which must be located diagonally. For readers who want to delve more deeply into the design, the following table shows the six different binary states, which LEDs are lit up for each state, and the number of spots shown by the die.

The die is operated by switch S1. In the quiescent state, the break contact of S1 is closed and the oscillator is stopped because the input of the oscillator stage is connected to ground via the switch. When S1 is pressed, the oscillator starts running and causes the states of the LEDs to change at a rate of 1 kHz, which is too fast to follow with the naked eye. This high frequency ensures that the state of the die is purely random when S1 is released, so there is no regularity or pattern in the results. The circuit can be assembled on a small piece of perforated prototyping board. Fit the LEDs in exactly the same pattern as shown in the schematic diagram, since otherwise the spot patterns will not correspond to a real die. When you have assembled the circuit board, fit it in a plastic enclosure along with a 9-V battery to provide power.


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Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Re using fused tube light by 4 diode

A tube-light get fused due to use from a long time. You may notice that a used fluorescent tube-light get black colored on the both end of it. This circuit is to light-up those fused tube-light.
Have you think about re using a fused tube light? (Which is usually thrown out). Well here I’m showing a simple circuit using 4 diode for re-using a fused tube light.

use fused tube-light




The circuit diagram shown above is quite simplified from basic tube light wiring diagram by adding a bridge rectifier. Bridge rectifier provides high voltage DC to the both end of tube. All we have focused in this project is to lighting-up the weak tube using high voltage DC.

Note: A fully damaged or broken tube-light could not be light-up anyway. Use those tube-light for this project that is still trying to light-up but not fully lightened on the basic connection of tube-light.
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Monday, December 23, 2013

Speaker Headphone Switch For Computers

If you need to use a headset with your PC, then you will know how frustrating it is continuously swapping over speaker and microphone cables. This is even worse if the PC is parked in a dark corner and the hard-to-read writing on the sound card sockets is covered in dust. This simple switch box eliminates all these problems. It sits on top of the desk and connects to the PC with stereo one-to-one cables.

On the rear of the box are sockets for the PC speaker and microphone connections and the existing speakers. On the front of the box are the sockets for the headset microphone and headphones, an input for an external microphone and two switches. One switch is used to direct the sound card output from the PC to either the existing speakers or the headphones.

Circuit diagram:

Speaker-headphone switch for PCs circuit schematic

Speaker-Headphone Switch Circuit Diagram For Computers

The second switch connects either the headset microphone or the external microphone to the input socket of the PC sound card. The switches used were 3 position 4 pole rotary switches with the last pole unused and adjusted for 2-position operation. All sockets were stereo 3.5mm types. This multiple switching arrangement is very flexible and is especially handy if you want to use an external microphone while monitoring with headphones.

The ground wire as well as the left and right wires are all switched to prevent noise that could otherwise be induced into the microphone input through joining separate earths. For the same reason, a plastic case is used so that the earths of the sockets are not shorted together as would happen with a metal case. You will require two additional short stereo extension cables to connect the box to the PC.
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Saturday, December 21, 2013

Simple 0A° To 360A° phase shifter Circuit Diagram

Each stage provides ° to 180° phase shift. By ganging the two stages, 0° to 360° phase shift is achieved. The 2N3070 JFETs do not load the phase shift networks.



 Simple 0A° To 360A° phase shifter Circuit Diagram

Simple 0A° To 360A° phase shifter Circuit Diagram


 Simple 0A° To 360A° phase shifter Circuit Diagram 
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Thursday, December 19, 2013

Simple Power Consumption Limiter Circuit Diagram

A Simple Power Consumption Limiter Circuit Diagram solenoid driver uses incandescent lamp filaments as on-indicators to limit power consumption. High magnetic reluctance (opposition to flux) in the coil of an armature-driven device, such as a solenoid or relay, calls for a surge of activation current, followed hy a lower de level to remain on, since surge to on-current ratio is typically 5:1. The cold filament allows a surge of coil-activation current to pass through; as the filament heats up, it throttles the current to a more reasonable hold value. The solenoid driver circuit offers these features: 5-V logic swings turn the power-MOSFET switch, Q1, fully on and off. 1vo low-cost flashlight lamps, in parallel, handle the peak current. Because their de current is only 50% of peak and because they operate at 60% of their rated voltage, the lamps have an operating life of 12,000 hours. Further, the lamp filaments` positive temperature coefficients raise each filament`s resistance. This rise in resistance eliminates current-hogging problems and provides short -circuit protection. The steady-state on-current is 700 mA, vs. 1700 mA without the lamps. A 4.6-V min supply rating allows battery operation. 

 Power Consumption Limiter Circuit Diagram


Simple Power Consumption Limiter Circuit Diagram
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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Intelligent Battery Charging Circuit Diagram

Intelligent Battery Charging Circuit Diagram. Intended for a Nicad application this charging circuit can be used with a wide range of batteries. A low-battery detector is intended. The trip voltage is set via the 500-kQ pot. Select Rc for the battery you intend to use.

Intelligent Battery Charging Circuit Diagram

Intelligent Battery Charging Circuit Diagram

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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Simple Combination Lock

This simple combination lock accommodates codes from 1-9 digits long, with the only restriction being that the same digit cannot be used twice. The circuit shows strapping for a 4-digit code, in this case "2057". Any unused switches are strapped to ground. When power is applied, the 330nF capacitor connected to pin 1 of inverter IC1a is discharged, holding it at a logic low level. The high output is inverted by a second gate (IC1b), with the result being a logic low on pin 4. This pulls Q1’s emitter low via D1, causing the transistor to conduct. The falling voltage on the collector then pulls the input of IC1c low, which in turn resets counter IC2.

On reset, output O0 (pin 3) of IC2 goes high, charging the 330nF capacitor via D2 and the 33kΩ resistor. If switch S2 is now pressed, Q2s emitter will be pulled high and so Q2 conducts, applying a rising positive voltage to one end of the 1MΩ resistor. This resistor and the 33nF capacitor act as a switch "debounce" circuit, delaying the pulse through IC1e by about 33ms. After the delay, the output of IC1e goes low. However, counter IC2 does not increment at this stage, since it needs a positive-going edge at the clock input (pin 14). When the switch is released, Q2 turns off, IC1e’s output goes high after the debounce period and the counter advances to the next state (ie. O0 goes low and O1 goes high).

Simple combination lock circuit schematic

When output O0 (pin 3) goes low, the 330nF capacitor starts discharging through the 33kΩ and 10MΩ resistors. This allows about 3s for the operator to press the next button. If no button is pressed within this period, IC1b’s output goes low, which pulls Q1’s emitter low and resets the counter via IC1c. Hence the code entry must be restarted. When the second digit of the code is entered (0 in this example), Q2’s emitter is again pulled high. Q2 thus turns on and after the debounce delay, IC1e’s output goes low. When the switch is released, Q2 turns off, IC1e’s output goes high and the counter advances to state 2.

Note that while the switch is pressed, IC1d’s output is high, recharging the 330nF capacitor and therefore resetting the 3s delay. Thus, the operator is allowed another 3s to press the next digit. This process is repeated for each digit in the sequence. If the wrong switch is pressed at any point, IC2 is reset as described above. Conversely, if the correct code is entered, IC1 advances to state 4 (for our 4-digit example) on release of the fourth switch. Output O4 then goes high and turns on Q3 and relay 1. Q3 can handle up to about 300mA of load current. If more current is required, then either a Darlington or power Mosfet can be substituted. D4 is required if the load is inductive (eg, a relay, solenoid, etc).
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Monday, October 7, 2013

A Simple Fog Lamp Sensor

For several years now, a rear fog lamp has been mandatory for trailers and caravans in order to improve visibility under foggy conditions. When this fog lamp is switched on, the fog lamp of the pulling vehicle must be switched of to avoid irritating reflections. For this purpose, a mechanical switch is now built into the 13-way female connector in order to switch of the fog lamp of the pulling vehicle and switch on the fog lamp of the trailer or caravan. For anyone who uses a 7-way connector, this switching can also be implemented electronically with the aid of the circuit illustrated here.

Circuit diagram:

Fog Lamp Sensor Circuit Daigram

Fog Lamp Sensor Circuit Diagram

Here a type P521 optocoupler detects whether the fog lamp of the caravan or trailer is connected. If the fog lamp is switched on in the car, a current flows through the caravan fog lamp via diodes D1 and D2. This causes the LED in the optocoupler to light up, with the result that the photo-transistor conducts and energies the relay via transistor T1. The relay switches of the fog lamp of the car. For anyone who’s not all thumbs, this small circuit can easily be built on a small piece of perforated circuit board and then fitted somewhere close to the rear lamp fitting of the pulling vehicle.

Author :Harrie Dogge Copyright  :Elektor Electronics 2008

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Saturday, October 5, 2013

LM2758 FLASH LED DRIVER EVALUATION BOARD ELECTRONIC DIAGRAM


LM2758 FLASH LED DRIVER EVALUATION BOARD ELECTRONIC DIAGRAM

To startup the Evaluation board, set the EN1 jumper and EN2 jumper to the “OFF” position, apply power to the board, and then move the EN jumper(s) to the “ON” position. This is the expected startup operation in the typical application where VIN is tied to a voltage rail and the EN pins are controlled via logic signal.
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Thursday, October 3, 2013

PWM Modulator

If you ever thought of experimenting with pulse-width modulation, this circuit should get you started nicely. We’ve kept simplicity in mind and used a dual 555 timer, making the circuit a piece of cake. We have even designed a small PCB for this, so building it shouldn’t be a problem at all. This certainly isn’t an original circuit, and is here mainly as an addition to the ‘Dimmer with MOSFET’ article elsewhere in this website. The design has therefore been tailored to this use. A frequency of 500 Hz was chosen, splitting each half-period of the dimmer into five (a low frequency generates less interference).

PWM Modulator Circuit Diagram CompletedThe first timer is configured as a standard astable frequency generator. There is no need to explain its operation here, since this can easily be found on the Internet in the datasheet and application notes. All we need to mention is that the frequency equals 1.49 / ((R1+2R2) × C1) [Hz] R2 has been kept small so that the frequency can be varied easily by adjusting the values of R1 and/or C1. The second timer works as a monostable multivibrator and is triggered by the differentiator constructed using R3 and C3.

 Parts Layout PWM Modulator Circuit DiagramThe trigger input reacts to a rising edge. A low level at the trigger input forces the output of the timer low. R3 and C3 have therefore been added, to make the control range as large as possible. The pulse-width of the monostable timer is given by 1.1xR4xC4 and in this case equals just over a millisecond. This is roughly half the period of IC1a. The pulse-width is varied using P1 to change the voltage on the CNTR input. This changes the voltage to the internal comparators of the timer and hence varies the time required to charge up C4.
PWM Modulator Circuit DiagramThe control range is also affected by the supply voltage; hence we’ve chosen 15V for this. The voltage range of P1 is limited by R6, R7 and R5. In this design the control voltage varies between 3.32V and 12.55V (the supply voltage of the prototype was 14.8V). Only when the voltage reaches 3.51 V does the output become active, with a duty-cycle of 13.5 %. The advantage of this initial ‘quiet’ range is that the lamp will be off. R8 protects the output against short circuits. With the opto-coupler of the dimmer as load, the maximum current consumption of the circuit is about 30mA.

Power supply:
Power Supply For PWM Modulator Circuit DiagramResistors:
R1 = 270k
R2,R3 = 10k
R4 = 100k
R5,R8 = 1k
R6,R7 = 220R
P1 = 2k2, linear, mono
Capacitors:
C1,C4 = 10nF
C2,C5,C6 = 100nF
C3 = 1nF
C7 = 2µF2 63V radial
C8 = 100µF 25V radial
Semiconductors:
D1 = 1N4002
IC1 = NE556
IC2 = 78L15
Miscellaneous:
P1 = 3-way pinheader
K1 = 2-way pinheader
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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Voltage Inverter Using Switch Mode Regulator

This circuit uses a step-up switch-mode regulator, which is usually used to produce a positive supply, to generate a regulated negative output voltage. The device used here is the MIC4680 from Micrel (www.micrel.com), but the idea would of course work with similar regulators from other manufacturers. Because of coil L1, which performs the voltage conversion by the intermediate storage of energy in the form of a magnetic field, the output is effectively isolated from the input. We can therefore connect the right-hand side of L1 to ground rather than to the positive output without causing a large current to flow. Then we connect the ground pin of the regulator IC and all the components connected to it as the negative voltage output, isolated from ground.

Voltage Inverter Using Switch-Mode Regulator

The components on the output side of the regulator are connected as usual: flywheel diode D1, coil L1 and the voltage divider formed by R1 and R2. These last two components set the output voltage, according to a formula given in the data sheet. Example component values for the MIC4680 used here are given in the table. The input voltage should lie within the permitted range for the regulator used, and must in any case be at least as great in magnitude as the desired output voltage (here +5 V or +12 V), so that the step-down regulation technique can wor.

Voltage Inverter Using Switch-Mode Regulator Table It is important to take care when building this circuit to mount the regulator using an insulator, since generally the GND pin of the device is connected to the heatsink tab. Also, the ON/OFF control input cannot be driven using a normal logic signal, since the regulator’s ground reference is the output voltage rather than ground itself. If the ON/OFF function is required, a level shifter or optocoupler must be used.

Copyright : www.elektor.com

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Sunday, September 29, 2013

Battery Equality Monitor

Almost all 24V power systems in trucks, 4WDs, RVs, boats, etc, employ two series-connected 12V lead-acid batteries. The charging system can only maintain the sum of the individual battery voltages. If one battery is failing, this circuit will light a LED. Hence impending battery problems can be forecast. The circuit works by detecting a voltage difference between the two series connected 12V batteries. Idle current is low enough to allow the unit to be permanently left across the batteries.

Circuit diagram:

battery_equality_monitor_schematic_circuit_diagramw

Battery Equality Monitor Circuit Diagram

Parts:

R1 = 2.K
R2 = 4.7K
R3 = 39K
R4 = 39K
R5 = 1.5K
R6 = 1.5K
Q1 = BC547
Q2 = BC547
Q3 = BC557
D1 = 3mm Red LED
D2 = 3mm GreenLED
B1 = DC 12 Volt
B2 = DC 12 Volt

Source : www.extremecircuits.net

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Friday, September 27, 2013

Drinking Water Alarm

The State Jal Boards supply water for limited duration in a day. Time of water supply is decided by the management and the public does not know the same. In such a situation, this water alarm circuit will save the people from long wait as it will inform them as soon as the water supply starts.

At the heart of this circuit is a small water sensor. For fabricating this water sensor, you need two foils—an aluminium foil and a plastic foil. You can assemble the sensor by rolling aluminium and plastic foils in the shape of a concentric cylinder. Connect one end of the insulated flexible wire on the aluminium foil and the other end to resistor R2. Now mount this sensor inside the water tap such that water can flow through it uninterrupted. To complete the circuit, connect another wire from the junction of pins 2 and 6 of IC1 to the water pipeline or the water tap itself.

The working of the circuit is simple.

Drinking Water Alarm

Timer 555 is wired as an astable multivibrator. The multivibrator will work only when water flows through the water tap and completes the circuit connection. It oscillates at about 1 kHz. The output of the timer at pin 3 is connected to loudspeaker LS1 via capacitor C3. As soon as water starts flowing through the tap, the speaker starts sounding, which indicates resumption of water supply. It remains ‘on’ until you switch off the circuit with switch S1 or remove the sensor from the tap. The circuit works off a 9V battery supply. Assemble the circuit on any general-purpose PCB and house in a suitable cabinet. The water sensor is inserted into the water tap. Connect the lead coming out from the junction of 555 pins 2 and 6 to the body of the water tap. Use on/off switch S1 to power the circuit with the 9V PP3 battery.

Source:w w w. e f y m a g . c o m

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Ampere or Current Booster

Small and very useful circuit, Can be built on a veroboard

Volt regulators such as the LM708, and LM317 series (and others) sometimes need to provide a little bit more current then they actually can handle. If that is the case, this little circuit can help out. A power transistor such as the 2N3772 or similar can be used.

The power transistor is used to boost the extra needed current above the maximum allowable current provided via the regulator.
Current up to 1500mA(1.5amp) will flow through the regulator, anything above that makes the regulator conduct and adding the extra needed current to the output load. It is no problem stacking power transistors for even more current. (see diagram). Both regulator and power transistor must be mounted on an adequate heatsink.

Circuit diagram:

Parts:

R1 = 1R-2W
R2 = 10R-2W
C1 = 35v-470uF
C2 = 35v-470uF
Q1 = TIP2955
IC1 = 78xx Regulator

Source : www.extremecircuits.net
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Monday, September 23, 2013

3 3 V or 5 V Direct from the Mains

The SR03x range of voltage regulator chips from Supertex (www.supertex.com) connects directly to the rectified mains supply and provides a low-current 3.3 V or 5.0 V output without the need for any step-down transformer or inductor. The circuit requires a full-wave rectified mains voltage input (waveform a). A built-in comparator controls a series-pass configured MOSFET. The MOSFET is only switched on whenever the input voltage is below an 18 V threshold. A 220µF capacitor is used to smooth out fluctuations so that the resultant voltage has a sawtooth waveform (waveform b) with a peak value of 18 V.

3.3 V or 5 V Direct from the Mains circuit schematic

This unregulated voltage is connected to the source input of the chip (pin 7) and an internal voltage regulator produces a regulated output (waveform c) of 3.3 V for the type SR036 or 5.0 V for the SR037. Normally you would expect to see a reservoir capacitor fitted across the output of a full wave rectifier in a power supply circuit but in this case it is important to note that one is not fitted. For correct operation it is necessary for the input voltage to fall close to zero during each half wave.

3.3 V or 5 V Direct from the Mains circuit schematic
Warning:

This circuit must only be used in a fully encapsulated enclosure with no direct connections to any external circuit. It is important to be aware that the circuit is connected to the mains and the chip has lethal voltages on its pins! All appropriate safety guidelines must be adhered to.
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Saturday, September 21, 2013

1997 Chevy 2500 Pick Up 5 7l engin Wiring Diagram

1997 chevy 2500 pick up 5.7l engin Wiring Diagram


The Part of 1997 chevy 2500 pick up 5.7l engin Wiring Diagram: fuel pump oil pressure switch, fuel
pump prime connector, power distribution cell, fuel pump and sender, dual tanks, fuel pump balance relay, vahicle control module, underhood fuse relay, ECM fuse.
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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Dual Output DC DC Power Supply for AMOLED Displays

This is a dual-output switch mode power supply reference design based on the MAX17116. The part and reference circuit can provide both negative and positive supplies to AMOLED displays. [via]


Dual-Output DC/DC Power Supply for AMOLED Displays
 
The MAX17116 includes two current-mode 1.4MHz switch mode power-supply (SMPS) regulators for active-matrix organic light-emitting diode (AMOLED) displays. The positive supply is provided by a step-up regulator with a synchronous rectifier. The negative supply is provided by an inverting regulator with a synchronous rectifier.
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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Power supply circuit diagram

Circuit


Parts List:
 
R1____________3K3  1/2W Resistor

C1___________10nF 1000V Polyester Capacitor
C2,C3______4700µF 50V Electrolytic Capacitors
C4,C5_______100nF 63V Polyester Capacitors

D1__________200V 8A Diode bridge
D2__________5mm. Red LED

F1,F2_______3.15A Fuses with sockets

T1__________220V Primary, 25 + 25V Secondary 120VA Mains transformer

PL1_________Male Mains plug

SW1_________SPST Mains switch
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Tuesday, June 4, 2013

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Sunday, June 2, 2013

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Friday, May 31, 2013

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