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This circuit does not require an output transformer or an output coupling capacitor; the annunciator can easily be turned on or off by a control input voltage driving a 10Mohm input resistor, R3. For a smaller acoustic output, replace output transistor Ql, with a 100ohm resistor,
Put the car in reverse and the circuit provides a loud, audible beep at the rate of about one per second (1Hz). Half of U1, a 556 dual oscillator/timer, is used as a slow-pulse oscillator with a rate of about 1Hz. Components R2, R1, and C1 form the long time constant. You can calculate on time by t~.7 (R1 + R2) C1 or 1.15 seconds. The off time...
This circuit uses a CA5422 dual BiMOS microprocessor op amp. The bootstrap amplifiers minimize bias currents while maintaining electrostatic discharge protection.
Scr Circuit With Self-Interrupting Load
A self-interrupting device connected to a voltage source functions as a switch that repeatedly open
When the vehicle"s backup lights kick on, or when the manual switch (SI) is closed, a small current is fed to the base of Ql.
110Db Beeper Circuit
This circuit will generate an ear-splitting 110 dB from 9 V. The setup uses a single 74C14 (CD40106B) CMOS hex inverting Schmitt-trigger IC, wliich must be used with a piezoelectric device with a feedback terminal. The feedback terminal is attached to a central region on the piezoelectric wafer. When the beeper is driven at resonance, the...
Chime Circuit with 4049
Resistor R1, capacitor C1, and two converters form a square wave generator, which produces the basic tone. The generator is sui followed by an inverter which serves as both a buffer and a driver for the President. The resistor R2, which has a minimum value of 100 ohms, limits the power and volume controls. The diode D1, capacitor C2, resistors...
Rain warning beeper
One small spot of rain on the sense pad of this bleeper will start this audio warning. It can also be operated by rising water. The circuit has two transistors, with feedback via capacitor Cl, but Trl cannot operate as long as the moisture sense pad is dry.
This box is a portable transfer standard to maintain and carry with you a local time signal of 59 short beeps (pips) plus a long 0.4 sec beeeeep on the full minute. At the start of the job, the box is started by manually synchronising it by ear with a reputable time signal (GPS, WWV/H, or Telstra 1194 on a fixed landline telephone). The box...
Beeps 7.5 seconds after a preset time Adjustable time settings: 15 s. 30 s. 1 min. 2 min. & others This circuit is intended for alerting purposes after a certain time is elapsed. It is suitable for table games requiring a fixed time to answer a question, or to move a piece etc. In this view it is a modern substitute for the old sandglass....
Beeps when hears your whistle A gadget suitable for key-holders, games etc. These devices contained a special purpose IC and therefore were not suited to home construction. The present circuit is designed around a general purpose hex-inverter CMos IC and, using miniature components and button clock-type batteries can be enclosed in a matchbox....
You`ve got mail
The simple circuit in Figure 1 latches on an LED and an audio sounder when an appropriate new audible e-mail signal occurs. The method replaces the normal e-mail sound.wav file with a .wav file of any valid recorded dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF) sound. The circuit listens for the DTMF tone and latches on LED D1 and the piezoelectric buzzer, P1.
Bells ring Generator
Three circuit options Can be synchronized to Christmas tree flashing lights This circuit generates a dual-tone bells ringing similar to most door-bell units. It can be used in many applications other than door-bell. In the Notes below several options will be given in order to suit different needs.
Battery Low Voltage Beeper
This circuit provides an audible and visual low voltage warning for 12V battery powered devices. When the battery voltage is above the set point (typically 11V), the circuit is idle. If the battery voltage should fall below the set point, the LED will light and the speaker will emit a periodic beeping sound to warn of the impending loss of...
BASEMENT DOORBELL BEEPER
BASEMENT BEEPER TURNS ON WHEN DOOR CHIME IS ACTIVATED
Bull Horn Schematic
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Door Chime Schematic
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Siren Generator Schematic
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Electromechanical door chimes can enhance your home, but they are vulnerable to costly repair problems. A defective pushbutton switch or a careless visitor can maintain the chime in an energized state for a prolonged period, thereby damaging the chime. The circuit in Figure 1 prevents damage to the chime and improves the chime`s effectiveness by...
Agreeable, very close sound imitation Suitable for sound effects, door-bells etc. This circuit generates a two-tone effect very much alike the cuckoo song. It can be used for door-bells or other purposes thanks to a built-in audio amplifier and loudspeaker Used as a sound effect generator it can be connected to external amplifiers, tape...
This simple and cost-effective door bell circuit is based on IC 8021-2 from Formox Semiconductors (Website address: fortech@mantramail. com). It is an 8-pin DIP IC whose only four pins, as shown in the circuit, have been used.
This novel buzzer circuit uses a relay in series with a small audio transformer and speaker. When the switch is pressed, the relay will operate via the transformer primary and closed relay contact. As soon as the relay operates the normally closed contact will open, removing power from the relay, the contacts close and the sequence repeats, all...
An electronic siren made from discrete components. The sound produced imitates the rise and fall of an American police siren. When first switched on the 10u capacitors is discharged and both transistors are off. When the push button switch is pressed to 10u capacitor will charge via the 22k resistor. This voltage is applied to the base of the...
This circuit provides a good siren noise suitable for warding off robot-predators! Change the pitch by adjusting R2, and R5.
Two-tones Siren with IC 4093
This circuit is intended for children fun, and can be installed on bicycles, battery powered cars and motorcycles, but also on models and various games and toys. With SW1 positioned as shown in the circuit diagram, the typical dual-tone sound of Police or Fire-brigade cars is generated, by the oscillation of IC1A and IC1B gates. With SW1 set to...
Tone generator with 555
This circuit is based around the 555 timer circuit, used as an astable (free running) oscillator. The frequency (pitch) of the tone is set by the resistors and capacitors in the left side of the circuit. The first one is a potentiometer (variable resistor), this is our pitch control, which is basically all the external components you need. The...
Limit Temperature Buzzer
The circuit is small regulatorof temperature, us warns for the increase of temperature. The control of temperature becomes from the thermistor TH1, that is negative factor. His resistance is altered between in the 10K in temperature 25° C and roughly in the 1K in their 94° C. The trimmer TR1 regulates the precise temperature in which the Q1-2,...
Timer Circuit with optocoupler
A small circuit that can find a lot applications of measurement time. She has the possibility us inform with sound signal from the BZ1. At the same time, exist the possibility drive a external circuit via the optocoupler IC2, after we connect the applicable circuit in contacts [ A ] and [ B ]. The circuit is based on IC1 (4060), which include in...
Acoustic Tone indicator
With this circuit, we can have a acoustic clue, frequency 2KHZ, when we have a short vibration in his entry. It is constituted from monostable multivibritor (with schmitt trigger inputs), with duration roughly 100msec, oscillator TTL, that oscillating in their 2KHZ and one rung of expense a loudspeaker or piezoelectric element. The square...
Beeper driver with 555
This circuit produces the sound of a beeper like the one in pagers which produces a "beep-beep" sound. Basically the circuit consists of a 555 timer oscillator which is turned ON and OFF periodically. The first IC(left) oscillates at about 1Hz. The second IC is turned ON and OFF by the first IC. The first IC determines how fast the second IC...
Simple Buzzer driver with 555
This very simple circuit just uses a couple of resistors, a capacitor and the easily available 555 timer IC. The 555 is setup as an astable multivibrator operating at a frequency of about 1kHz that produces a shrill noise when switched on. The frequency can be changed by varying the 10K resistor.
Wireless Lock Tone
When I got the car I was relieved that it didn`t "chirp" or blare the horn every time I locked or unlocked the doors. Let`s face it, there are times when we don`t want our comings and goings announced in such a tactless manner. Still, I found that in the daytime, when walking away from the car, or after forgetting until I`m some distance away, I c
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Construction of 50Watt 8Ω two-way Hi-Fi Speakers
The presented speakers are distinguished for their small dimensions and their extraordinary sound. Our home space is often limited and prohibitive for large speakers. This limitation does not mean that we will stay without high Sound Quality. Its design is simple, low cost and is easy to construct. Speaker types are too many and are designed in...
GSM modem circuit with Wavecom WMOi3
Modems are devices that connect either remote devices to a computer, or two or more computers to each other. Their connection is usually wired. The GSM modem we present is wireless. It can connect two computers, a computer with the internet or even be the central unit for a data acquisition system. Generally the construction is a GSM phone...
1W UHF Linear Amplifier with BLW33
This circuit is an amplifier for small transmitters operating in the UHF band, specifically in the 450-800MHz range. The amplifier works in class A and we used the well-known Philips BLW33 transistor for its manufacture. The construction, although simple, can be said to be quite critical due to the high frequency singularity. To achieve this, a...
8W Amplifier with TDA2003 circuit
Many times a small amplifier is needed to meet the needs of small spaces. This amplifier can be either mono or stereo, with this circuitry you can comfortably drive two small speakers. To build the amplifier you do not need anything but a few materials and a small power supply. The power of the amplifier, although low power, will solve many...
FM Linear Amplifier 400mW
This amplifier is intended for amplifying low signals from oscillators in the FM band. It does not have frequency regulators with variable capacitors and coils, it has a wide range and moderate power capable of driving several linear amplifiers. The whole construction is based on the two low-power 2N4427 transistors, which are designed for the...
50 Watt Hi-Fi power amplifier circuit
SGS Thomson's integrated TDA7294 is a high-frequency acoustic power amplifier, with true high-precision specifications, suited for all relevant applications. Its main feature is much higher output power than is usual in amplifiers with similar distortion performance. According to its manufacturer, the output stage of this 15-pin integrated can...
RF Remote Control Switch Rx-Tx circuits
This circuit consists of a 2048 radio remote control transmitter and the corresponding wireless receiver with very high reception sensitivity and low consumption. The combination of the two above gives a high-reliability remote control, ideal for security systems, alarms, automation, etc. At home, in the car and elsewhere. Using the wireless...
0-30V Lab Variable Power Supply
At the left side (input AC) goes the secondary of a 220 volt (primary) 18 Volt (secondary) / 3 Ampere mains transformer. The alternating voltage of 18 volts from its secondary transformer is rectified by the diodes D1, D2, D3 and D4, which are connected to a bridge arrangement and make a double rectifier. The pulse from the bridge exit is...
Ultra High Sensitivity Metal Detector Circuit
This circuit is a metal detector capable of detecting large metallic objects. at a depth of 2m to 3m. It depends on the size of the object, and often on the type of soil. Construction is very easy to implement even for a beginner. The necessary components are easy to find everywhere. This detector has the ability to detect a gold coin of 20mm...
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