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Strobe Light
Posted on Monday, October 18, 2010   •   Category: Miscellaneous


Strobe lights are widely used by disco lovers to create wonderful visual effects in disco halls and auditoriam. The circuit of a battery operated portable miniature strobe light, which can be constructed using readily available inexpensive components, is described here. For convenience and simplicity, an ordinary neon lamp is used here in place of the conventional Xenon tube.


20 Watts RMS Amplifier Using TDA2004
Posted on Monday, October 18, 2010   •   Category: Amplifiers


The Circuit present here is a 20Watts Car Stereo Amplifier. The main features of this powerful MULTIWATT® package (a trademark of SGS-THOMSON Microelectronics), a power amplifier IC chips designed specifically for car radio application, are the high current capability (3.5A) and the capability to drive a very low impedance (down to 1.6R). Here is the schematic diagram of the standard circuit as shown in its data sheet.


Parrot Sounding AC door Bell
Posted on Monday, October 18, 2010   •   Category: Miscellaneous


Here is a mains-operated doorbell that produces parrot-like sweet voice without requiring any musical IC. The circuit is cheap and easy to construct. The AC mains is fed to the circuit without using any step-down transformer.


Simple DC to AC Inverter
Posted on Monday, October 18, 2010   •   Category: AC / DC Innveters


This DC to AC inverter circuit work based on unstable multi vibrator does. In this circuit, IC CD4047 is chosen as a heart of unstable multivibrator, because this IC type gives a complementary output that has opposite phase to another ( pin 10 and 11 as seen in Figure 1), and has 50 % duty cycle that satisfy to generate a pulse for inverter.


TPS54232 Constant Current Source
Posted on Saturday, October 16, 2010   •   Category: Power Supplies


In this article I continue my project where I needed a constant current source. In the previous article I talked about the first approach the LM317 constant current source which didn’t worked out that well but could of been improved as suggested by some of my readers in the comments. So I decided to use a dc-dc converter and turn it into a constant current source. Since I’m using the TPS54232 in another project and I have it around I decided to use it. This technique can also be applied to other dc-dc converters with a bit of reading on the subject.


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