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The Basic Delay Timer Circuits using IC-555 base.

Simple scheduling tool

IC 555 to IC Timer (scheduling IC) or IC timer.Which may be can be considered quite unique features.To use the time to bring the device resistance.
For the period that desire.
This circuit 555 to the IC number on the circuit Mono Stable. Multi Vibrator. or Delay circuit with operating environment that provides a second output level be The voltage is low (logic “0″) and high-level voltage (logic “1″). When you click the switch S1 pin 2 of the IC will be shot down ground. The motive for the IC1 with low voltage (logic “0″). Resulting in the output pin 3 of IC voltage levels at higher or equivalent supply. it making light LED1. Experience in the scheduling itself. And in setting up or slow down time depends on the R2, C1.And VR1 to adjust the scheduling easier.
Simple scheduling tool


Egg timer circuit by IC-555

This is Easy and Mini Timer Circuit ( Egg Timer) by IC 555.
Alarm by Buzzer.
This be mini timer circuit that interesting. I calls that Circuit Egg Timer. By use integrated highly popular circuit number LM555 or NE555 or the number replaces. By VR1 use control the time of the circuit sets the time. When expire buzzer as a result make a noise warn hear. For S1 use for choose that Time or Stand. The detail is other request friends see in the circuit better sir.
Circuit Egg Timer by LM555



Comments (15)

  • Sallam

    “Minute Timer with alarm by IC555”

    Thanks very much for you job,
    But I think there is small error in this circuit, you must connect the C1 with the pin 5 not with pin 1,
    but else all doing well , I try this circuit & I found simple & practical.

    Best

  • Philip

    Hi i would like to make a timer that i can install into radio controlled aircraft. If one were to crash the aircraft and cant find it then after 15 min a buzzer will go off. it needs to run on a small 12v battery. Could anyone please help.
    Thank you

  • Steve

    To Philip -you posted 6 months ago. Anyways, use the first circuit. and just eliminate the switches and 5, 10 and 30 minute resistors???? Pretty obvious. You asked for help but noone has any way of contacting you except through another comment. Try google, try an electronics forum. Try looking at the schematics on this page. Try learning basic electronics. The most common 12v battery is a car battery. Try strapping that to your goddamn crappy RC plane.
    regards
    Steve

  • kalpesh

    can u pls tell me how to calculate the resistor n capacitor values for 10 sec dealy n pls give its relationship

  • Rohit

    how much voltage and current will be there in the output where buzzer is placed. Is the same circuit could be applied for ON-OFF a bulb of 12V??? what should be the supply voltage in such a case???

  • Jack

    Hi Sellam,
    Thanks for your correction, I first connected it with the error and after I read your comment, I corrected it (by connecting the C1 with the pin 5 not with pin 1) but it still did not work. I only used a 470K to have aprox. 5 minutes delay, but it does not work.

    Could anyone help me out please?

    Thanks in advance
    Jack

  • Dave

    Hi
    I have a music player in my car that is powered from the ignition but it often fails to start correctly because the power gets cut briefly when I start my engine. I would like to use a 555 Timer to delay the 12v supply to the music player for about 30 seconds after switching on the ignition. Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks

  • Gerhard

    I need a basic cct digram for an oscillator;
    24v input.

    Output.
    Off- adjustable 15 to 60+ seconds
    On (pulse) 0,5 sec

  • Mxtan

    Hi

    I like to build a night switch that turns on 4 LEDs. So once it’s getting dark they should turn and keep burning for 3hours. Can anyone help please? Email: info a mxtan com

    Thanks a lot!!!’

  • Arpan Das

    Hi,
    I’m finding a auto power on AC circuit.
    It should have a AC input and a AC output.
    It will be always connected to AC, and output AC will be on after a particular time.
    or something like that.
    Do you know something like this?
    thanks

  • Steve is a dick

    @Steve May24 2013
    You sir are a knob of the highest order.

  • momename

    @kalpesh

    Please try the formula is T = 1.1 RC
    For time you need.
    In the Simple scheduling tool circuit
    For I will adjust VR1 to time need.

    Thanks

  • ayush

    ayush
    i want to know how to get 12haur delay by using timer ic

  • Allen Pitts

    Simple circuits. English so bad cannot understand explanation

  • Les

    Hi
    can you help me please !
    trying to make a 12v sports starter to operate a car horn!!
    initiate by a momentary switch. power on for 0-2 seconds thengoes off ready for next start !

    searched everywhere with no luck so far

    Les

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