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12 Volt To 230 Volt Inverter Circuit Diagram Using IC 555

Posted on Friday, 2 March 2012 by Aseem Salim

Description Circuit showing a 12 volt to 230 volt inverter.Here we have used a astable multivibrator for making square wave pulse.The frequency of the square wave signal is high and the voltage is 9v.There for the primary output voltage is almost equal to 230 volt.Here need a 12 volt power supply.Click here for the power supply circuit Components Required Resistor 10 k, 47k,1k 2W Capacitor 103 pf -2 Transistor SL 100 IC

NE 555 Transformer 9-0,230 VOLT PRIMARY

12 VOLT POWER SUPPLY USING TRANSFORMER


Posted on Wednesday, 8 February 2012 by Aseem Salim

Description

Circuit showing a 12 volt power supply . Here we have used a bridge rectifier and 7812 ic for making this circuit.Where the ic regulate the output to 12 v,1 A .This voltage every time constant.Are you interested ?

Component Required Diodes IN 4007 -4 Capacitor C1 IC 7812 Transformer 12-0 V ,1 A 1000 MFD/16v

TV Remote Jammer Circuit Diagram Using IC 555


Posted on Tuesday, 20 March 2012 by Aseem Salim

Description Circuit showing a television remote sensor jammer . Here i have used a ic 555 for making this circuit.Television remotes are working in 33 khz frequency . Here the ic 555 output frequency is almost equal to 33 kHz So the t.v receiver is does not identify the original signal

Part List

Component No: R1 R2 R3 C1

Value 1.5 K 2.2 K 1K 103pf

Usage Dc Supply Constant Frequency Current Limiting

C2 ICI LED

103pf NE555 IR

Discharging Frequency Generator IR Transmission

Applications * IR Transmission * Jammer Circuit For Toy * TV Remote Jammer

0 To 12 Volt Variable Power Supply Circuit Diagram


Posted on Friday, 22 June 2012 by Aseem Salim

Description Figure shows the circuit diagram of the 0 to 12 volt variable power supply . Here I have used a bridge rectifier and a transistor switching for making this circuit . If you want to change the voltage from 0 to 12 volt , adjust the variable resistor for change the voltage . This circuit gives maximum 1 A current because the IC 7812 regulating voltage 12 V and only 1 A current . Part list and applications are showing below . Part List Component No: R1 VR1 C1 Q1 U1 Regulator B1 V1 V2 Value 1K 100K 1000MF/25V BC548 7812 IN4007 12V 230V AC Usage Base Biasing Voltage Grounding DC Filtering Switching 12 Volt Regulator Rectifier Output Input

Applications * Power Supply

Triple Power Supply Circuit Diagram ( 5 V , 9 V , 12 V )


Posted on Wednesday, 27 June 2012 by Aseem Salim

Description Figure shows the circuit diagram of the ' Triple Power Supply ' . Here I have used a bridge rectifier and 7805,7809,7812 regulator IC for making this circuit . Here the output gives three voltage V2=5 , V3=9 , V4=12 . Build this circuit on a good PCB . This circuit gives maximum 1 A current because the U1,U2,U3 are only passing 1 A current . Part list and applications are showing below.

Part List Component No: V1 V2 V3 V4 Value 230 V AC 5V 9V 12 V Usage Input Output 1 Output 2 Output 3

U1 U2 U3 T1 B1 C1

7812 7809 7805 0-12 V IN4007 * 4 1000MF

+ 12 Volt Regulation + 9 Volt Regulation + 5 V Regulation Step Down AC To DC Conversion DC Filtering

Applications * Power Supply

Emergency Light With Torch Light Circuit Diagram | LED |


Posted on Wednesday, 21 March 2012 by Aseem Salim

Description Before two weeks i am introduced torch light circuit diagram and emergency circuit diagram .Today i am introducing a automatic emergency with torch light circuit diagram .Here i have used a transistor switching .When the power is on positive volt coming to the base of the transistor so the transistor is off .When the power is off ground voltage coming to the base of the transistor so the transistor is on also emergency On .Manually operate torch light using the S1

Part List

Component No: R1 R2 R3 C1

Value 1M 1k 1k 474kpf

Usage Current Limiting Current Limiting Current Limiting Discharging

C2 D1 D2 D3 Q1 Bridge B S1 V1

1000f IN4733 IN4007 LED BC558

DC Filtering Voltage Regulation Potential Breaking Power Indicator Emergency Switching AC To DC Conversion

4.5 V

Internal Voltage Torch ON OFF

230VAC

Power

Applications * Emergency * Torch Light

Five LED Mini Torch Light Circuit Diagram | LED |


Posted on Monday, 12 March 2012 by Aseem Salim

Description Circuit showing a Five LED Mini Torch .Here we have used a 12 volt power supply and a battery for making this circuit .Charge directly from the ac. Components Required

Resistor 1k - 2 ,1 m Capacitor 1000 mf , 474 k pf (ceramic ) Diode

IN 4007 - 4 Battery 4.5 V , 1.2 A rechargeable LED - 5

Switch

Automatic Emergency Light Circuit Diagram


Posted on Friday, 13 January 2012 by Aseem Salim

Description Circuit showing a automatic emergency light.Here i have used a pnp transistor for making this circuit.When the main power supply is on,positive volt coming to the base of the transistor.during the period transistor will off(LED OFF) and B1 charging.When the main power is off ,0 V(gnd volt ) coming to the base of the transistor so the transistor will on this time the B1 voltage coming from the collector to the emitter so the LED is ON

Component Required Diode IN4007 - 5

IC 7806(regulator) Transformer Capacitor LED 6-0 ,1A

1000MF

- 5 (5 MM Wight led)

Transistor BC 558 (pnp)

Mobile Phone Jammer Circuit Diagram


Posted on Wednesday, 21 March 2012 by Aseem Salim

Description Circuit showing a mobile phone jammer.Here i have used a fm transistor for making this circuit.Mobile phones are working in 450 MHz frequency .Here the transmitter generate almost equal to 450 MHz frequency there for the mobile phone does not identify the original signal but the signal range is very week so this circuit working in only 100 m range .This circuit working in only 450 Mhz .Do not give more than 3 V

Part List

Component No: R1 R2

Value 100R 39k

Usage Emitter loading Base Biasing Frequency Generating Feedback

C1

15 pf

C2

4.7pf

C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 Q1

4.7pf 102pf 1MF 2.2pf 103pf BF 494

Feedback Noise Reduce Coupling Coupling Decoupling Amplification Frequency Generating

L1

22nH

Applications

* FM Transmission * TV Transmission * Remote Controlled Toy

1Km FM Transmitter Circuit Diagram


Posted on Wednesday, 21 March 2012 by Aseem Salim

Description Circuit showing a 1 kilo meter fm transmitter .Here i have used three step of fm transmitter for making this circuit .Each stage are giving 300 meter range

Part List

Component No: R1 R2

Value 100R 39k

Usage Emitter loading Base Biasing Frequency Generating Feedback Feedback Noise Reduce

C1

15 pf

C2 C3 C4

4.7pf 4.7pf 102pf

C5 C6 C7 C8 Q1

1MF 2.2pf 103pf 2.2pf BC549

Coupling Coupling Decoupling Coupling Amplification Frequency Generating Information Signal

L1

22nH

S1

DC to AC Inverter Using 555 IC


This is a design for AC inverter circuit. This circuit is produces an AC output at line frequency and voltage. The circuit is using 555 IC as main control. This IC is configured a low frequency oscillator, tunable over the frequency range of 50 60 Hz by potentiometer R4. This is the figure of the circuit.

The principle work of the circuit is the IC feeds its output that amplified by Q1 and Q2 to input of the transformer T1. A reverse is connected filament transformer with necessary step-up turns ratio. A capacitor C4 and coil L1 filter the input to T1, assuring that it is effectively a sine wave. Adjust the value of T1 to your voltage. Replacement types for Q1 are: TIP41B, TIP41C, NTE196, ECG196, etc. Replacement types for Q2 are: TIP42B, TIP42C, NTE197, ECG197, etc. The input voltage of the circuit is anywhere from +5V to +15Volt DC.

Mobile Phone Multi-Charger Circuit Diagram


Posted on Saturday, 2 June 2012 by Aseem Salim

Description Figure shows the circuit diagram of the mobile phone multi charger.It has been drawn from the board of Nokia mobile phone charger .It's 100% working in all mobile phone battery.Part list and applications are showing below. Part List Component No: R1 R2 R3 Value 1K 82K 1M Emitter Load Usage Load

R4 R5 R6 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 D1 D2 D3 D4 Q1 Q2 V1 V2 B1 TR1

48K 10R 5.8K 1000MF 222pF/1KV 4.7MF/50V 103KpF 1000MF IN4007 IN4733A IN4148 IN4007 1815 13001 5V DC 230V AC IN4007 Chock

Base Biasing Collector Load Collector Load DC Filter

DC Filter Rectifier

Regulator Potential Breaking AC Switching AC Switching Output Input Rectifier Step Down

Applications * Mobile Phone Charger

Sine Wave Generator Circuit Diagram


Posted on Thursday, 29 March 2012 by Aseem Salim

Description Today i am introducing a sine wave generator circuit diagram . Here i have used rc phase shift oscillator for making this . Part list and applications are showing below

Part List

Component No: R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9

Value 4.7K 2.2K 10K 47K 22K 22K

Usage Emitter Load Collector Load Base Biasing Base Biasing RC Network RC Network

R10 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 Q2 V1

22K 10F 104pF 104pF 104pF 10F BC548 Sine Wave

RC Network AC Coupling RC Network RC Network RC Network AC Coupling Buffer Amplifier Output

Applications * Sine Wave Generator * Carrier wave for am generator

PORTABLE SOLAR POWER INVERTER


Posted by T.K. Hareendran in Power supply, Solar | 34 comments More projects with: 4047 inverter Solar charger Solar powered

Add to favorites A compact and portable 12V Solar power inverter circuit that will keep away darkness. This tried and tested design converts 12V DC from the storage battery of any solar power system to 230V AC that is enough to power a number of energy saving CFLs. Just feed 12V DC input through input jack J1 (with right polarity) and flip switch S1 to ON position! The 12V power inverter circuit, optimised for CFL loads, uses IC CD4047B (IC1) as a freerunning astable oscillator. Capacitor C2 and resistor R2 are timing components. The pulse repetition rate of IC1 is determined by the value of 4.4xC2xR2. IC1 generates cmplementary squarewave signals at its output pins 10 and 11. Power Mosfets T1 and T2 serve as drivers for the high-voltage generator,realised using step-up transformer (X1). Note that an ordinary (AC 230V to 12-0-12/5Amp) step-down transformer is here used for reverse function (step-up) and its output is available at AC mains outlet J2. You can light up two to four low wattage (ie 11W at AC 230V) ready-made Compact Flourescent Lamps (CFLs) using this circuit. Two small, independent heatsinks are necessary for T1 and T2. Finally, you can try an AC 230V to 9-0-9/5Amp rated transformer as X1.

12V Power Inverter Circuit Schematic

4047 datasheet