Optoelectronics Circuits Manual covers the basic principles and characteristics of the best known types of optoelectronic devices, as well as the practical applications of many of these optoelectronic devices. The book describes LED display circuits and LED dot- and bar-graph circuits and discusses the applications of seven-segment displays, light-sensitive devices, optocouplers, and a variety of brightness control techniques. The text also tackles infrared light-beam alarms and multichannel remote control systems. The book provides practical user information and circuitry and illustrations. Practical design engineers, technicians, and experimenters, as well as the electronics student and amateur will find the book invaluable.Figure 2.40 shows another example of a multiplexing circuit, in which three lines of six intermittently-sequenced LEDs are ... Finally, to complete this look at 4017B -based LED sequencer circuits, Figure 2.41 shows the circuit of a four-bank five- step twenty-LED chaser. ... to 12 17 to 20 Figure 2.41 This four-bank five-step twenty-LED chaser must be used with a supply voltage greater than 9 V 3 LED graphanbsp;...
|Title||:||Optoelectronics Circuits Manual|
|Author||:||R. M. Marston|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|