Muscular stimulator circuit

Posted on Feb 6, 2014

Figure 1 exhibits the circuit with the muscular stimulator. IC 7555 is actually wired just as one astable multivibrator to build about 80Hz pulses. The particular output involving IC1 is fed to be able to transistor T1, whose emitter is actually further connected to the starting of transistor T2 via R3 as well as VR1. The enthusiast of transistor

Muscular stimulator circuit
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T2 is connected to one end of the secondary turning of transformer X1. The opposite end on the secondary winding from the transformer is connected to ground. Here`s a circuit which stimulates nerves of the part of your body exactly where electrodes are generally attached. It is useful to help remedy headache along with muscular discomfort and bring back frozen muscles that impair movement. Though it offers muscles stimulation and invigoration, it`s mostly an aid in removing cellulitis. The device comprises 2. The following diagram is the circuit diagram of telephone amplifier, build based small amplifier IC LM386. This is a easy build telephone amplifier There is no extra electrical power supply required to power up the telephone amplifier circuit, as it draws power from the telephone line itself. The amplifier will supply fairly very good volume. This inverter circuit can be used to power electric razors, stroboscopes and flash tubes, and small fluorescent lamps from a 12 volt car battery. In contrast to the usual feedback oscillator type of inverter, the oscillator of this inverter is separate from the output stage, which allows easy adjustment of the oscillator frequency to suit. Powered with solar panel, the circuit will give you 5V pure regulated DC voltage. The circuit is made up of an oscillator transistor as well as a regulator transistor. The solar panel charges the battery when sunlight is bright enough to...

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