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6-Band Graphic Equalizer

The EQ-2 it is a circuit of graphic equalizer 6 band of regulation. Each band is regulated from the potesometers RV1-6, that are, for better optical indicate of regulations, Fader. This does not mean that we cannot him replace with simply potesometer. In the center of regulation potesometer, the gain is null (flat), but in terminal has +/- 15 db, boost or cutting off, respectively. For stereo operation, it will be supposed two times.... [read more]

Photo Electric Street Light

This is basically a Schmitt Trigger circuit which receives input from a cadmium sulfide photo cell and controls a relay that can be used to switch off and on a street lamp at dawn and dusk. I have built the circuit with a 120 ohm/12 volt relay and monitored performance using a lamp dimmer, but did not connect the relay to an outside light.... [read more]

18W + 18W Stereo Hi-Fi Audio Amplifier (TDA2030)

2 x 18W Hi-Fi Stereo Power Amplifier based around two TDA2030 ICs. It has good input sensitivity, low distortion, good operating stability and full protection against overloads and output short-circuits. It can be used as a booster amplifier for existing small systems or to drive a second pair of speakers besides the ones already connected to the system. The board needs a symmetrical power supply of ±18Vdc/3A and can be connected to loads of 8 or 4 Ohm.... [read more]

Timed Beeper

This circuit is intended for alerting purposes after a certain time is elapsed. It is suitable for table games requiring a fixed time to answer a question, or to move a piece etc. In this view it's a modern substitute for the old sandglass. Useful also for time control when children are brushing teeth (at least two minutes!), or in the kitchen, and so on.... [read more]

USB Switch For Printers

This circuit switches a printer’s USB connection from a PC to a laptop. What was needed was a method of allowing a laptop to use the printer occasionally while at all other times the printer would be connected to the PC. Instead of unplugging the printer from the PC and then into the laptop, the circuit switches the USB connection automatically. K1 and K2 are standard type-B USB sockets, while K3 is a USB type-A socket.... [read more]

Repeating Timer No4

This circuit is the opposite of Repeating Timer No.3 . Its operation can be limited to the hours of darkness. Again - the variable resistor (preset) lets you choose the level of darkness at which the timer will begin to function.... [read more]