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Repeating Timer No5

This circuit is a temperature controlled version of Repeating Timer No.3 . The light dependent resistor has been replaced by a temperature dependent resistor or thermistor. And a small preset potentiometer lets you choose the temperature above which the timer will operate.... [read more]

Equalizer with Parametric Mid

The circuit constitutes a natural extension of Mic-Line balance unit, but can be adapted to any other audio circuit. It is made up of two units in the series : A) A classic unit bass/ Treble and B) a parametric unit of mid frequencies. Both units can also be used autonomously or each one separately, with the required buffer unit, from previous and subsequent circuits.... [read more]

Power amplifier 60W/8Ω

This circuit was designed and manufactured the '80's. From then it works without problem. It does not present any particular constructional problem, beyond known: the attention in the provided force of power supply - choice suitable heatsink and good matching of drivers transistor.... [read more]

Melody Generator Circuit Diagram

Here is the simplest melody generator circuit you can make using an IC.The UM66 series are CMOS IC’s designed for using in calling bell, phone and toys. It has a built in ROM programmed for playing music. The device has very low power consumption.Thanks for the CMOS technology.The melody will be available at pin3 of UM66 and here it is amplified by using Q1 to drive the speaker.Resistor R1 limits the base current of Q1 within the safe values.Capacitor C1 is meant for noise suppression.... [read more]

Ignition Coil Buzz Box

Here's a circuit to create a buzzcoil using a standard automotive ignition coil. A 556 dual timer is used to establish the frequency and duty cycle of the coil current. One of the timers is used as an oscillator to generate the 200 Hz rectangular waveform needed to control the (IRF740 MOSFET) while the second timer switches the oscillator on and off as the breaker points open and close (closed = on). The result is a steady stream of sparks from the ignition coil spaced about 5 milliseconds apart while the breaker points are closed.... [read more]

Modular Class A Buffer preamplifier

A unit which is often very useful, if we need to isolate, in sound circuits, two stage between them. Then we can use this circuit which has an amplified unit, which gain X1, we do not use total negative feedback, only local, with the result that distortion remains at a very low level. Matching must be done with great care to the types of transistors, resistor between them.... [read more]