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Top 10 Electronic Circuits October 2010

Let’s see the top 10 electronic projects and circuits for October 2010. We publish this top 10 on monthly bases and we try to show you the most viewed articles on electroschematics.com in that month. For accesing the past related articles please use this tag: top 10 projects and circuits or check out the right sidebar.

October 2010 Top Projects and Circuits

  1. Pressure sensor mat
    General purpose circuit of the simple pressure sensor alarm is built around a couple of readily available cheap components. Working of this circuit is straight forward and self-explanatory. When the circuit is powered by a 9V compact battery, the active piezo-sounder at the output of IC1 starts beeping for a short time and then goes into idle state.
  2. Light sensor
    This circuit can compare the Light level in an area. It uses a PN Photodiode as the light sensor and IC CA 3140 as voltage comparator. The circuit is ideal as the front end of burglar alarm circuits.
  3. Smoke detector
    This home smoke detector circuit warns the user against fire accidents. It relies on the smoke that is produced in the event of a fire and passes between a bulb and an LDR, the amount of light falling on the LDR decreases. This type of circuit is called optical smoke detector.
  4. Touch alarm
    Touch the sensor of the alarm with your finger and it starts beeping, goes on for some time and then stops. Touching it again, and it goes again! This little and flexible circuit consists of a touch sensor and a directly coupled transistor amplifier with a small loudspeaker as the output load.
  5. Solar charger
    Here is a solar charger circuit to charge Lead Acid or Ni-Cd batteries using solar energy. The circuit harvests solar energy to charge a 6 volt 4.5 Ah rechargeable battery for various applications. The charger has Voltage and Current regulation and Over voltage cut off facilities.
  6. Outdoor solar garden lights
    This Outdoor LED Solar Garden Lights project is a hobby circuit of an automatic garden light using a LDR and 6V/5W solar panel. During day time, the internal rechargeable 6 Volt SLA battery receives charging current from the connected solar panel through polariy protection diode D9 and current limiting resistor R10.
  7. Wireless light switch
    The wireless light switch circuit described here requires no physical contact for operating the appliance. You just need to move your hand between the infrared LED (IR LED1) and the phototransistor (T1).
  8. PIR switch
    Moderately priced Passive Infrared (PIR) Sensor modules are now widely available. By using these readymade and pre-configured PIR sensors, even an average electronics hobbyist can construct his/her own Motion Sensor Unit. The one evening project presented here is based on a common and very popular PIR module SB0061, priced below $7.
  9. Solar lantern
    This portable solar lantern circuit uses 6 volt/5 watt solar panels are now widely available. With the help of such a photo-voltaic panel we can construct an economical, simple but efficient and truly portable solar lantern unit. Next important component required is a high power (1watt) white LED module.
  10. Wind powered battery charger
    In this wind powered battery charger circuit the dc motor is used as a generator. The voltage output is proportional to its rpm. The LTC1042 monitors the voltage output and provides the following control function.

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  • kannan

    hi friends, i m looking for circuit of wireless charger. so if any one can help me u are welcome mail the circuit diagram to this email-id (k.faby@yahoo.com)

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