Bar-Mode Lights Sequencer

Posted on Feb 4, 2014

The terminal of R7 bearing an arrow must be connected to the desired output pin of IC2 or IC3 in order to select the number of LEDs or clusters forming the bar. For example: if you want to drive seven LEDs or clusters connect R7 to pin#11 of IC2 (Output 8) and the LED or cluster drivers to Outputs 1 to 7 respectively. Up to 15 of these cluster dri

Bar-Mode Lights Sequencer
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ver circuits, each formed by the LEDs, two transistors and three resistors can be built and connected to the progressively numbered outputs of IC2 (the first eight clusters) and IC3 (the remaining clusters). Wanting to drive only one LED per output instead of a cluster, the above mentioned cluster driver can be substituted by a single transistor, as shown in the circuit formed by D2, Q3, R8 and R9.

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