Can someone help me turn this circuit diagram onto a breadboard?

MaxHeadRoom

Joined Jul 18, 2013
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What do you mean by 'turn it in to a bread-board'?
Do you have a board already?
You typically lay the components out as per the schematic, they usually have a +ve & -ve power rail built into them for the supply.
BTW, you used a Earth GND symbol, Is Earth intended?
 

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HadiTaleb

Joined Nov 16, 2022
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What do you mean by 'turn it in to a bread-board'?
Do you have a board already?
You typically lay the components out as per the schematic, they usually have a +ve & -ve power rail built into them for the supply.
BTW, you used a Earth GND symbol, Is Earth intended?
Yes, I already have a board and having trouble laying the components correctly and yes the earth is intended
 

MaxHeadRoom

Joined Jul 18, 2013
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What kind of trouble?
It is a very simple circuit, so it should not be a great deal of a problem.
What is the reasoning for earthing the power common on this circuit?
 

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HadiTaleb

Joined Nov 16, 2022
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What kind of trouble?
It is a very simple circuit, so it should not be a great deal of a problem.
What is the reasoning for earthing the power common on this circuit?
It is a very simple circuit but I don't understand why It's giving me this much trouble.
My teacher uses this ground symbol to help us know what Is the ground of this circuit
 

crutschow

Joined Mar 14, 2008
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You place the parts on the breadboard so as to minimize the distance of the connections between them.
Then you just use wires to connect the parts together as the schematic shows.
What problem do you have with that?
 

panic mode

Joined Oct 10, 2011
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how about this:
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sorry... did not realize this was homework section

this is what internal connections inside breadboard look like (orange lines)
plan to put IC in the middle so that each of 8 pins is on separate circuit.
plan on paper helps
arrange parts so that they do not cross and have some room around them
then populate board by placing IC first, then jumpers, then other parts (low parts first)
good luck

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MaxHeadRoom

Joined Jul 18, 2013
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How much experience have you had so far with bread board circuits,? Is this maybe your first?
Do you have a multi-meter to do a little trouble shooting?
 

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HadiTaleb

Joined Nov 16, 2022
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how about this:
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sorry... did not realize this was homework section

this is what internal connections inside breadboard look like (orange lines)
plan to put IC in the middle so that each of 8 pins is on separate circuit.
plan on paper helps
arrange parts so that they do not cross and have some room around them
then populate board by placing IC first, then jumpers, then other parts (low parts first)
good luck

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I don't have my breadboard with me right now since I left it In School but here's my attempt on a simulator.

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ericgibbs

Joined Jan 29, 2010
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I don't have that much experience I'm still very much a beginner
hi Hadi,
No voltmeter, so a simple option.

Make up a test tool using a 1K resistor and an LED in series.
Using that tool will enable you to get an 'indication' of the state of the 741 pins.
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@HadiTaleb
Corrected my error on the LED orientation.:rolleyes:
 

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panic mode

Joined Oct 10, 2011
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first of all your board shows only 4 resistors, not 5. R2 is missing.
function generator is not supposed to get connected directly to IC. it should connect to C2
C3 need to connect to output of the IC, not input
C2 polarity is wrong
 

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HadiTaleb

Joined Nov 16, 2022
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first of all your board shows only 4 resistors, not 5. R2 is missing.
function generator is not supposed to get connected directly to IC. it should connect to C2
C3 need to connect to output of the IC, not input
C2 polarity is wrong
R2 Is there It's just hiding behind the capacitor
 
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