Portable 230V lamp flasher circuit diagram


Posted on Feb 7, 2014

Portable 230V lamp flasher circuit diagram. The circuit is completely transistorised and battery-powered. The free-running oscillator circuit is realised working with two low-power, low-noise transistors T1 and T2. One of these two transistors is constantly conducting, whilst the other is blocking. Because of normal charging and discharging of cap


Portable 230V lamp flasher circuit diagram
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acitors C1 and C2, both the transistors alternate between conduction and non-conduction states. This is a portable, 230V high-power incandescent electric lamp flasher circuit diagram. It is actually basically a double flasher (alternating blinker) which could manage two different 230V AC loads (bulb lamps L1 and L2). The circuit is completely transistorised and battery-powered. The free-running oscillator circuit is realised working with two low-power, low-noise transistors T1 and. This is the 200W lamp flasher circuit diagram. The frequency/speed of the lamp flashing can be adjust with the range of 1Hz to 5Hz. You can use the PR1 variable resistor (trimpot) to adjust the flashing speed. The duty cycle of lamp flashing can be adjusted using PR2 variable resistor. The DC input power supply. This is low cost fully transistorised inverter circuit capable of driving medium loads of the order of 40 to 60 watts using battery of 12V, 15 Ah or higher capacity. Transistors T1 and T2 (BC548) form a 50Hz multivibrator. For obtaining correct frequency, the values of resistors R3 and R4 may have to be changed. This is a 220V LED flasher circuit which is intended as a reliable replacement to thermally-activated switches used for Christmas tree lamp-flashing. This a cheap circuit and easy to build. Schematic diagram: Component Parts: R1_ 100K R2, R5_ 1K R3, R6_ 470R R4_ 12K C1_ 1000 µF 25V D1-D4_ 1N4007 D5_ SCR P0102D Q1_ BC327 Q2_ BC337...




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