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Car Headlights Timer Circuit Schematic

This device is a simple timer, allowing to keep on the headlights of your vehicle for about 1min. and 30sec., e.g. when accessing some dark place, without the necessity of coming back to switch-off the lights. Pushing on P1 allows C1 charging to full 12V battery supply. Therefore Q1 is driven hard-on, driving in turn Q2 and its Relay load. The headlights are thus activated by means of the Relay contact wired in parallel to the vehicle's headlights switch. RL1 remains activated until C1 is almost fully discharged, i.e.... [read more]

VU Meter 5 with UAA180

This circuit of measurement of level uses the UAA180 of SIEMENS and a circuit of rectification of precision, round the IC2B. The calibration has become in steps 3db from the one Led in the other, ensuring, a very good rate of precision, in the measurement of entering acoustic signals. The Led can be square, thus when they are placed the one by in the other, they give the picture of bar, without space.... [read more]

Variable 3 - 24 Volt / 3 Amp Power Supply

This regulated power supply can be adjusted from 3 to 25 volts and is current limited to 2 amps as shown, but may be increased to 3 amps or more by selecting a smaller current sense resistor (0.3 ohm). The 2N3055 and 2N3053 transistors should be mounted on suitable heat sinks and the current sense resistor should be rated at 3 watts or more. Voltage regulation is controlled by 1/2 of a 1558 or 1458 op-amp.... [read more]

4W FM Transmitter

Stabilised tendency of catering: Vcc=12~16V Frequency of emission: 88~108MHz Consumption: 100~400mA... [read more]

Adjustable Symmetrical Power Supply ± 125 until ±30V 1A

This is the voltage converter to get the voltage of ±1,25-30V from the input voltage of ±35V. I am using the 3 terminal voltage regulator for the voltage to be changed in this unit.... [read more]

AC 220 Volts Flashing Lamps Circuit

This circuit is intended as a reliable replacement to thermally-activated switches used for Christmas tree lamp-flashing. The device formed by Q1, Q2 and related resistors triggers the SCR. Timing is provided by R1, R2 & C1. To change flashing frequency do not modify R1 and R2 values: set C1 value from 100 to 2200µF instead.... [read more]