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Ticking Bomb Sound Generator

Here the low cost and easy build circuit of ticking bomb sound generator. This circuit generates a sound matching to a loud clicking clock. The frequency of the tick is altered through the 220k potensiometer part. The circuit gets going by charging the 2.2uF and when 0.65v is on the base of the NPN transistor,… Read More »

16W Bridge Amplifier using LM383

The following diagram is 16W audio amplifier circuit. The circuit built based 2 pieces of power IC? LM383 in bridge connection, so this amplifier is an bridge amplifier. This is an old amplifier, LM383 is discontinued, so this LM383 might be difficult to find. You can use ECG1232, TDA2002 or TDA2003 as the replace for… Read More »

Remote Control Tester

Here is the remote control tester circuit. This circuit is really a simple and easy tester for verifying the basic operations of an infrared remote control unit. It is low-cost and very easy to construct. The tester is designed around infrared receiver module TSOP1738. Operation of the remote control is identified by a tone from… Read More »

Long Range/Distance Infrared Transmitter

Here the long range/distance Infrared transmitter circuit, give you extra power for your Infrared transmitter. The majority of the IR remotes do the job reliably within a range of 5 metres. The circuit complexity increases in case you design the IR transmitter for good operation more than a extended distance, for example, 10 metres. To… Read More »

1Hz Clock Generator with Chip On Board (COB)

This is the 1Hz clock generator circuit with Chip On Board (COB). Commonly, the circuits to produce 1Hz clock for digital clock and counter circuits applications implement ICs in conjunction with a crystal and trimmer capacitors, etc. Even so, equivalent or improved accuracy could be obtained working with a chip-on-board (COB) device found inside a… Read More »

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