Battery-powered fence charger

Posted on Sep 10, 2012

In essence, the circuit is nothing more than an auto ignition coil and a set of points which accomplishes the same thing. A pulsing circuit made from a single CMOS NOR integrated circuit (Ul), opens and closes the relay contacts to simulate the action of the original breaker points. The relay pulser is divided into two clocking functions. The first circuit is a free-running squarewave generator that determines the rate or frequency of the pulses that activate the relay. It is essentially a pair of NOR gates connected as inverters and placed in a feedback loop, they are Ul-b.

Battery-powered fence charger
Click here to download the full size of the above Circuit.

The oscillating period of the feedback loop is determined by timing components CI, Rl, and variable resistor R5.

Leave Comment

characters left:

New Circuits



Popular Circuits

2x300W or 600W Power audio Amplifier
Nearly half duty cycle multlvibrator
Battery Tester
Make an Atom Synchronised Clock from a 1950s Slave Dial using Arduino
Scrolling text in LED dotmatrix display
MGT Lifetime/Universal Disc Drive
VU LED Indicator Schematic
phono and line preamp
Wailing Alarm Siren
Electronic Siren
Electronic Schematic Diagram of Light Detector Robot using Light Dependent Resistor (LDR)
Musical doorbell circuit with two trigger modes
Pathfinder is one of the blind LM567 KD56022