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Usage of 555/556 Timer as a One shot timer

Im using two 555 timers / one 556 timer IC for a project. I've used it a couple of times before but never in monostable mode. Basically I need to activate a DC Motor in one direction for a set amount ...
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Toggling between astable and monostable input to dual 555 timer pulse generator

Hi there, I am looking to build a simple analog circuit to generate adjustable pulses for a medical device. The current circuit utilises 2x LMC555 timers - one in an astable configuration to generate ...
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555 timer IC unexpected pulse wave width problem in monostable mode

I was trying to make a monostable timer for a specific project which should trigger output high for around 5 seconds. For that, I have chosen a capacitor of 4700uf and a resistor of 1K. According to ...
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How to build an arbitrary (one-shot) pulse generator?

I need a circuit/IC that can generate a single pulse with a variable pulse width (I would want a minimum of 50 ns but if that is not possible the next minimum can be 1 μs, and even if that is not ...
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My NE555 circuit triggers falsely when connected to the mains using a 5V adapter

I have designed a laser security system using an NE555 in monostable mode with a potentiometer to adjust the pulse length. Another NE555 (U2) ciruit is used for delaying power on the monostable ...
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Recovery time of an monostable circuit using op amps

I'm having troubles deducting this T(charging). The waveform and corresponding circuit are below. I saw similar deductions, on this circuit, and on other circuits, and I understand we need to use the ...
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Tacho signal for led fan monitoring

I am struggling with this problem: I have a fan whose output tacho signal is a square wave when it is running properly. If the fan stops the signal remains at its last value (either high or low). I ...
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What is equation for the 555 timer control voltage in monostable

How do i get the 555 timer in monostable output frequency when there is voltage apply at control voltage. I only able to find the formula for astable which is Orignal post:- What is the equation for ...
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Reset and trigger 555 timer with one push button

I want to turn on a LED with a single push button. When the button is pressed, the LED has to be turned on for an X amount of time. But what I also want, is to turn of the LED with the same push ...
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How does the loopback on a non-retriggerable monostable work?

I understand how to connect a monstable multivibrator to be in the non-retriggerable mode. Just loopback the /Q to the falling edge input or the Q to the rising edge output) as in the following ...
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How to bypass continuous input on Trigger pin of 555 IC after some time working in Mono-Stable/ One shot version?

I configured the 555 IC such that it gives the output pulse for 3 Seconds (Approx.) as soon as there is input on trigger pin, but my project requirement is; even if there is input continuously on ...
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What is this circuit called?

This is a circuit I made to create a high signal when a switch is opened and closed. The duration of the signal can be adjusted by changing the capacitors and resistors. It is also low powered when ...
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555 timer not working in monostable mode

I am a newbie electronics learner and trying my hands on 555 timer to get it running in the monostable mode. Am trying the circuit as in the attached diagram. I am just unable to get the LED blink. I ...
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Switching circuit based on clock

I have attached the timing diagram. I want something similar to monostable multivibrator but with so additional features. don't know how the circuit will be. Case 1: I want the output to go high at ...
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How to find the exact value of K for SN54LS123

I have a circuit containing SN54LS123 (Datasheet) IC. I want to know the output pulse width but unable to figure out the value of K. The formula is PW = K * R * C. The values of K is given in the ...
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Replacing an NE555 with a 74HC123D

I want to replace an NE555 with a 74HC123D in a battery powered device. It is used to clock a CD4017, for which I need a pulsed signal of 46Hz. I read that a 74HC123D needs less power than a 555. How ...
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Can we trigger a mono-stable multi-vibrator( using 555 IC ) using mono audio signal?

I'm working on a project where, a certain low frequency audio spike should trigger the mono-stable multi-vibrator. If we can trigger a mono-stable multi-vibrator using a mono audio signal, how much is ...
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How to stretch 1ns pulse into a 5ns pulse?

We have a time-tagger device that records the arrival of a LVTTL signal with 0.5ns resolution. Currently the 5ns LVTTL signal is generated by a separate commercial Avalanche Photon Diode but I would ...
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555 Monostable delay circuit misbehaving

I have designed a basic application of a 555 in a monostable configuration to delay the LOW/off state of an output signal. (The output drives some power electronics through an optocoupler). As per my ...
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555 timer that does not output low when reset

I'm trying to design a circuit with the following goals: When not active, output can be either Vcc or floating When triggered by pressing a button, output pulses several times to GND at some ...
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555 Timer with controllable reset

I have a 555 monostable set up which is triggered when an output from another circuit goes low. This then remains on for 10s. This all works almost perfectly. My issue is that when the output from ...
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Trouble with engineering project - 555 timers

I'm currently finishing my GCSE engineering project and I am attempting to use a dual 555 timer circuit as a timer. I am using a schematic I copied off Kitronik Alarm Project Kit, but when simulating ...
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Can an electrolytic capacitor be charged reversed bias by a small voltage? [duplicate]

In this monostable circuit the C1 capacitor is reverse biased. When T1 is closed and C1 is discharged what will happen on the right side of C1? Will it charge up to 0.6 volts so that T2 can be ...
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Capacitor charging voltage showing ripples on scope. Origin?

I have an RC circuit delivering a square signal via a standard 555 timer set in monostable. I am powering the 555 with 4.88V DC directly from the Arduino, which itself is taking its power from the ...
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monostable 555 timer - buzzer motor and pulsing

I need this circuit to pulse an LED while running a buzzer motor for an adjustable period RV1 and C1 should give me 1 - 5s of pulse, while RV2 and C2 should adjust the LED ramp times The LED will be ...
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Comparison of 1G123 to 4538

I am designing the edge detection circuit with predefined output pulse duration. Pulse width will be 18.33 ms, supply power is 5V. Error tolerable is +-1 ms. There're a number of designs already ...
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IC 555 as monostable multivibrator

How is the output of a monostable multivibrator affected if the trigger pin is kept at a negative voltage (0V)? The upper voltage reference comparator will change its output to logic 1, while the ...
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Speed of monostable circuit

i need to find a time between rising edge of input signal and generating new output state. I dont have a scope so i cant measure Does someone have imagine how fast it is and how the edges looks like?
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Can I use the oscillation frequency equation for this circuit?

I'm not really sure if this is a question that can be answered so I'm sorry in advance if it isn't. I've just started doing electronics on a breadboard and I'm making a "Mini Strobe Light" from Jaycar'...
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monostable Eccles - Jordan multivibrator, theory

I’ve a few problems and questions to the principle of monostable multivibrator’s work. Basic schematic is as below: What is the reason for D1, C1, R3 elements at input? Why I can’t just tie a ...
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Why is the potentiometer setup in this configuration in this 555 circuit

I just started learning about chips and signals using the book Make: Electronics, in one of the circuits, used to generate a pulse in Monostable mode a potentiometer is used to vary the pulse length....
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One-shot Monostable 555 with long trigger

I am building a one-shot monostable oscillator using 555 Timer. Trigger pulse is controlled by a pushbutton, and thus can be long. I don't want output pulse to stay high for that long (simulated by V2 ...
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Expected behavior of 555 timer in monostable mode

While assembling the 555 timer based circuit below I noticed that 1) the intended delay on pin 3 only works if the switch on pin 2 is closed before attaching the circuit to the 9V power supply. ...
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Using Timer 555 to obtain a frequency multiplier

How can I use a timer 555 IC to obtain a frequency multiplier? I made a frequency divider by using a timer in monostable mode but a multiplier looked difficult. Can somebody tell how can I design a ...
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Keep Blowing out 2STN1550 Transistor [closed]

I'm (Trying) to build a trigger timer for an air cannon to launch ham radio antennas. This is an attempt to only allow the valve to stay open by a consistent interval to get max distance without ...
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How does this TLC556 work?

I'm having trouble understanding what the upper part of an electronic metronome depicted in the below schematic does. I already asked about the lower op-amp part in another topic, but I also can't ...
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Designing an Over-Current Protection Circuit with Delayed Reset

As part of a larger design I am trying to monitor current through a wire and cut it off if it exceeds a threshold. After the current has been turned off it should remain off for a minimum time period ...
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A monostable multivibrator using two NPN transistors works as desired in LTSpice, but in reality is very different

I designed a simple monostable multivibrator to extend a pulse of width \$\approx\$ \$1{\mu}s\$, to \$8ms\$ (to illuminate an LED when something happens on a bus). This is the circuit here, and the ...
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Monoshot false triggering and latchup problem

I use a monoshot to extend the duration of a short duration pulse (few microseonds) to 150 milliseconds. The issue is that the monoshot undergoes false triggering in the absence of valid input: The ...
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How to determine the saturation level when an opamp schmitt trigger starts worknig?

The Opamp inverting schmitt trigger is constructed as shown. The output signal is So I ask why is the output at the start of operation saturated to positive? Also, if the input voltage is moved ...
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Why does this Edge Trigger Work on input of 555 monostable config?

I recently wired up a 555 timer in a mono stable configuration and found that when the trigger was held low for longer than the configured output pulse width, the output would stay high. After ...
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Holding Reset State Low longer with hardware 555 Timer

I have a 555 one shot timer circuit in which the Trigger and Reset pins are tied together in attempt to reset the timer every time the timer is triggered so that the one shot really extends for the ...
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Interfacing retriggerable oneshot with optocoupler

I'm trying to interface 74HC123 monostable with 6N137 optocoupler. Signal from optocoupler will turn on MOSFET driver. Monostable outputs correct signal when optocoupler is not connected - 200 ns ...
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SN74LVC1G123 Monostable Multivibrator IC

Good afternoon, I was hoping someone could help me understand some of the terminology in this data sheet and how I translate that into a basic one-shot multivibrator that is retriggerable. http://...
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Question about comparator and 555 timer circuit

I'm designing my first circuit for a university project. This circuit will check the voltage of two sensors. If both are over a reference voltage and persist as such for more than one second, a relay ...
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Reset 555 timer when trigger switch is released

I have a simple 5 second Monostable 555 Timer circuit. Trigger Pin (#2) is connected to a momentary push switch. When it is pressed, the timer is started and LED stays on for 5 seconds. What I want ...
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555 timer monostable operation not so stable

I'm experimenting with a bunch of Texas Instruments NE555P IC's that I bought recently from Amazon, I made a basic monostable operation circuit on a breadboard with the following schematics simulate ...
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Monostable out of NAND gates

For the diagram below, I can see that it functions as a monostable (I have built and tested it), but I can't really see why it works, I mean, I can see that there is an RC network, which a monostable ...
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Dual edge detector

I am designing a hobby project that will run on a battery so I am trying to reduce power consumption. The SoC I am using has the ability to go into a deep sleep mode where it consumes very little ...
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How can I toggle a one shot during the timing cycle?

I need a non-retriggerable one shot circuit (monostable) that will turn off during the timing cycle if a second input/trigger pulse is received. I.e. I wish to have a single momentary switch to start ...