Birdie Doorbell Circuit


Posted on Feb 5, 2014

This is a design circuit for a doorbell. This circuit can produces a sound like bird sound. This circuit controlled by transistor NPN. This is the figure of the circuit. The operation of the circuit is beginning when P1 is of experimental value. Start with 220 Ohms or so and modify to suit your needs. The transistor is a general purpose kind and i


Birdie Doorbell Circuit
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s not critical, almost any PNP type will work. L1 is a bell-transformer which is usually already present in the house. If you wish, you could use a battery instead of the bell transformer. Just hookup a 9-volt battery (or wall adapter)to points `A` and `B` (A=+) the diode (D1) is to protect the circuit from accidental polarity reversal and is optional, but required as a rectifier for use with the bell transformer. T1 is a General Purpose PNP transistor and probably anything will work. L2 comes out of an old am transistor radio. They look like miniature transformers and are usually colored red or green. You have to fiddle with different transformers as the sound can vary depending on the value. The loudspeaker is a 8 Ohm type and must be larger than 200milli-Watt. I used a 2Watt type, but anything over 0. 2W will do.




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