16 x IC 4017 Circuits and Projects
Browse through a total of 16 IC 4017 Circuits and Projects.
DIY Linear Actuator Controller
by T.K. Hareendran in DIY | Tested |
Linear actuator uses a lead screw driven by a permanent magnet dc motor to create linear motion from a dc voltage. When power is removed linear actuator will hold its position. However, if a force large enough to overcome the internal friction is applied, the actuator will back drive. Here is an ultra-simple circuit to connect your linear actuator...
Automatic Bathroom Light Switch
by T.K. Hareendran in Lights | Tested |
Here is a simple and low cost automatic bathroom light circuit. The light automatically turns on when the bathroom door is opened, and remains lit in the occupied state. When the door is opened again the lamp turns off after a very short delay. This automatic circuit saves energy and greatly assists your visitors, especially at night. The “single-chip”...
4017 IC Datasheet
by P. Marian in Datasheets |
4017 IC is a CMOS counter/divider integrated circuit, actually a decada counter with 10 decode ouputs. It is 5 stage Johnson counters having 10 decoded outputs. Inputs include a clock, a reset, and a clock inhibit signal. Schmitt trigger action in the clock input circuit provides pulse shaping that allows unlimited clock input pulse rise and fall times. CD4017BC...
Step Switch Selector
by T.K. Hareendran in Tested | Various |
As the name indicates, the step switch selector circuit is intended to choose one of up to four analogue switches, which it does with the aid of some less expensive components. It works off a regulated 5 volt dc supply and draws a current of few milliamperes. It may be used for a variety of applications, such as stepped...
LED Scanner Circuit
by D Mohankumar in 555 | Various |
Here is a simple LED chaser simulating a scanner through the back and forth light effect. It used high bright White LEDs to give the chaser effect. The circuit uses an oscillator to produce fast pulses and a decade counter to drive the LEDs. IC1 is designed as an astable multivibrator to give continuous positive pulses to the decade...
LED Chaser Circuit
by D Mohankumar in 555 | Lights |
This is the circuit of a simple LED chaser. The LEDs lights one by one for a period of 1second and the cycle repeats giving the running light appearance. The circuit uses two ICs (one is 555) to drive the LEDs. IC1 (NE555) is the popular timer IC wired in the Astable Multivibrator mode. Resistors R1, VR1 and capacitor...
Electronic Cricket Match Game
by D Mohankumar in 555 | Hobby |
This electronic cricket is a present for Kids. This simple battery powered circuit can be used to play Cricket Match with your friends. Each LED in the circuit indicates various status of the cricket match like Sixer, Run out, Catch etc. The Circuit uses two ICs ,one in the Astable mode and the second in the display driver mode....
Network RJ45 Cable Tester Circuit
by P. Marian in 555 | Measure |
This is a multifunction RJ45 network cable tester. It is the design of the network cable (RJ45) test, and telephone (RJ11). It is cheap and easy to use. It works for network, telephone, cable with RJ45 half “Registered Jack” plug immediately indicate whether a crossover network cable or straight, flashing a yellow or green LED. If something is broken...
50 Hz Pulse Generator Circuit
by D Mohankumar in Audio |
Here is a Crystal based pulse generator that gives 50Hz clock pulses from its output. This circuit can be used as the front end of circuits that require precision 50Hz pulses. The circuit uses two counter ICs CD4060 and CD 4017 to divide the basic frequency to generate 50 Hz pulses. CD4060 is the ripple free binary counter IC...
Sensitive Clap Switch Circuit
by D Mohankumar in Useful |
This is the circuit of a very sensitive clap switch. It switches ON/OFF a White LED or electrical appliances through claps. The circuit can sense the sound of claps from a distance of 1-2 meters. Condenser Mic picks up sound vibrations caused by the clap. These sound vibrations are given to the inverting input (pin2) of IC1. It amplifies...