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5V/10A 50W Offline Switching Power Supply

The following diagram is the 50W offline switching power supply circuit design. The circuit powered by a MOSFET. BUZ80A/IXTP4N8 for 220V AC voltage input and GE IRF823 for 110V AC input voltage. The output will be 5VDC with electric current up to 10A. The schematic diagram: Components list:

Guitar Pre-Amp with JFET 2N5457

Designed by Don Tillman, this guitar pre-amp circuit design is dedicated for people who don”t like op-amps module. This circuit is a discrete JFET pre-amplifier design, use 2N5457 as the main component. It has low noise, low distortion, low feedback, overloads gracefully, is small, etc.

Color Sensor

This is the color sensor circuit diagram. Color sensor is definitely an exciting project for hobbyists. The circuit can sense eight colors, i.e. blue, green and red (primary colors); magenta, yellow and cyan (secondary colors); and black and white. The circuit is based on the fundamentals of optics and digital electronics. The object whose color… Read More »

Telephone Ringtone Generator

This is really a very simple home telephone ring tone generator circuit which is built with applying only several electronic components / parts. It generates simulated telephone ring tone and requires only DC supply with 4.5V DC to 12V DC voltage. One may possibly use this circuit in ordinary intercom or phone-type intercom. The sound… Read More »

Low Impedance Microphone Amplifier

This is the circuit diagram of low impedance microphone amplifier. The circuit designed for use with low impedance (~200 ohm) microphones. It will work with regulated voltages between 6-30VDC. If you don’t build the impedance adapter part with T1, you get a microphone amplifier circuit for higher impedance microphones. In this case, you should directly… Read More »

Car Cigar Lighter to USB Power Socket

Here is the schematic design of car cigar lighter to USB power port. Nowadays, almost all computer systems have logic blocks for working with a USB port. In practice, a USB port is capable of supplying more than 100 mA of continuous electric current at 5V to the peripherals which are hooked up with the… Read More »

6 Transistor Tilden’s H-Bridge

This diagram is certainly the 6 transistor Tilden H-bridge circuit; while not as old as the original “basic H-bridge,” this goes “way back,” and will be the basis for a lot of BEAM driver circuits. Bruce Robinson explaination about this circuit: I did a few revised drawings for Ian quite a while back, so he… Read More »

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