Reaction Timer

Posted on Feb 13, 2013

This circuit uses a timer to generate pulses at a 5-ms clock rate. The pulses are shifted into the shift register, one at a

Reaction Timer
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time, lighting an LED. An auxiliary timer that generates one pulse per second is used to generate timing to activate the "go" LED and start the 5 ms pulses clocking into the registers. At the go signal each player presses his buttons (S3 or S4). The delay (reaction time) is read out on LED 4 to LED 17; after six seconds, the sequence repeats.

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