Full of projects based on the 4093 CMOS IC, CMOS Projects and Experiments will be of great interest to hobbyists and students. Readers will have the opportunity to learn how to apply CMOS ICs in their six primary uses while building these well-documented projects.CMOS Projects and Experiments includes instructions to build over 100 unusual and useful projects. They include audio and RF devices, lamps, LEDs, timers, alarms, inverters and much more. This book offers hobbyists and students a satisfying, practical way of learning about a hot topic in electronics today.Among the devices you can build using this book are a touch-controlled oscillator, a light-controlled oscillator, insect repellent, a metronome, a Morse code tone generator, a CW transmitter, a two-tone siren, a neon-lamp flasher, an auto turn-off relay, a turn-off timer, a touch-controlled motor, a bistable sonic relay, a coin tosser, a freezer alarm, an ultraviolet lamp, a simple fluorescent lamp inverter, a nerve stimulator, and an experimental high-voltage generator.Project 88: Bistable Remote Control (P) (E) You can turn small appliances on and off using a flashlight as a transmitter with this remote control. ... The circuit can be powered from 6 V or 12 V power supplies, depending on the relay you have in hand to the project. ... A schematic diagram of the device is shown in Fig.
|Title||:||CMOS Projects and Experiments|
|Author||:||Newton C. Braga|
|Publisher||:||Newnes - 1999|