I just wanted to give a brief introduction of the type and purpose of my circuit.
The circuit is designed to turn on (go high) for a time determined by 0.693R1C1 and do this (go low) periodically after a time determined by 0.693R2C2.
I got this operational by using two diodes D1 and D2 on...
Okay, so recently got into breadboards and learning about electrical engineering and computers. And by recently I mean 3 days ago.
I have an ne555p chip. I am trying to make an astable clock signa for my projects.
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R1-2k R2-100k c1 10uf c2 10uf(across +...
I need to generate 2 signals: a square wave of a pretty low frequency, say 10hz. Right now I'm using a 555 timer to generate the square wave. I also need another square wave 90 degrees out of phase.
How can I do this?
I've attached a picture of the signals I need.
Thank you in advance.
I was just checking a data sheet for the MIC1555 (an IC similar to the NE555 timer), and came across the following circuit:
I confess I find following such switching circuits a bit mind mending, but as far as I can see, surely this is at best about a voltage doubler:
As the output on pin 5 only...
I am trying to design a car shade (the thing you put up in your windshield to block the sun) that is automatic with the press of a button. I have an idea of how it will work and the design, but I am struggling with the circuit.
Here is some background:
The automatic shade will be rolled...
I'm pretty inexperienced when it comes to electronics and circuits so bear with any stupid questions I may have.
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