Contactless telephone ringer circuit

Posted on Feb 4, 2014

The contact less telephone ringer circuit can produce a ring as well as a visual indication when a call comes. The main advantage is that since there is no direct contact between the phone line and the circuit there is no chance for a loading or disturbance in the telephone line. When the telephone rings 60 Hz AC signal is generated which produces

Contactless telephone ringer circuit
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a proportional magnetic field around the telephone lines. These magnetic field will be picked up by the coil L1 due to electromagnetic induction. A proportional voltage is developed across L1 and it will bias transistor Q1 to ON. This results in the conduction of transistors Q2, Q3 andQ4. The buzzer will ring and the LED will glow. The switch S1 acts as an ON/OFF switch. For L1 make 50 close turns of 28 SWG enameled copper wire on any of the two telephone wires. Connect one end of the coil to base of Q1 and leave other end free. Use of this type or any other devices other than the allowed telephones and devices with the telephone line may be a law violation in some nations. Check it properly before trying.

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