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  • Here is a simple Dancing LED Circuit. The LEDs turns on/off alternately giving a dancing appearance. It is a simple Astable multivibrator using two NPN transistors.

    It works on the principle of charging and discharging of capacitors C1 and C2. Current from the positive of battery flows through first set of LEDs D1-D3 to the collector of T1 through resistor R1. Resistor R1 limits current through the LEDs to protect them. The current through R1 charges capacitor C2. It then discharges through the base of T2 and resistor R4. This gives base current to T2 and it conducts. As a result second set of LEDs D4-D6 lights as the current flows through T1.Capacitor C2 again charges and the cycle repeats.

    Dancing Light Circuit

    The same thing happens in the other side also. This gives alternate flashing of LEDs.

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    8 Responses to "Dancing Light Circuit"

    1. Zulker nien says: on January 8, 2011 at 9:56 am

      Is the brightness will same between two set of led (D1-D3 & D4-D6)?

    2. i need clap switch simple circuit , simple way of making clap switch

    3. dinesh shivhare says: on October 12, 2011 at 7:20 pm

      sir plz send me layout of this dancing light !!!

    4. Send me circuit diagram of dancing light and also component list

    5. Sreekumar.p says: on November 20, 2013 at 11:26 am

      Send me the name of componets and the circuit of the dancing light and the explanation

      • The written material is the “explanation”, the Diagram (picture of some lines and circles) is the “Circuit” and the Alpha-Numerical notations in the diagram are the “names of the Components”

        Hope it Helped :P

    6. sumit chaurasia says: on December 4, 2013 at 8:44 pm

      Send me the explanations of dancing light

    7. i want adjustable dancing led lights with 12 led circuit diagram………

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