On Wed, 17 Jan 2018 14:24:59 +0800, Rheilly Phoull
He is trying to pick off 1.4v but I think he needs 2 more diodes in
that shunt around the bridge because .7 v will be lost in the bridge.
I doubt the door bell that exists will miss the 2.1v he is stealing
but it might not quite as loud.
I do think I would go another way tho.
How much current does the 1.4v load need?
On Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at 2:02:09 AM UTC-5, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Perhaps a circuit between the capacitor and the 'buzzer' with say a battery
(supply) would suffice. The capacitor voltage would only indicate that the
(a) button was depressed. High input impedance between the capacitor and
the (powered) buzzer or chime or etc.
On Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at 10:02:40 AM UTC-5, Simon Roberts wrote:
ry (supply) would suffice. The capacitor voltage would only indicate that t
he (a) button was depressed. High input impedance between the capacitor an
d the (powered) buzzer or chime or etc.
The LM317 is s 3 terminal to220 device, an adjustable voltage regulator
so that could be used to lower the voltage and instead of the full wave
diodes use 1 for a half wave supply, with a decent cap that would be Ok
for your purpose.
On Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at 11:27:41 PM UTC-5, Rheilly Phoull wrote:
battery (supply) would suffice. The capacitor voltage would only indicate
that the (a) button was depressed. High input impedance between the capaci
tor and the (powered) buzzer or chime or etc.
I still don't know what your talking about. I'll just by a button together
with a remote chime, ok? And BTW, I don't have a purpose. I live in a pre
-manufactured house and can hear anyone knock on the door anywhere I am in
On Wed, 17 Jan 2018 23:15:16 -0800 (PST), Simon Roberts
Yeah... they almost respond the same. Take you from point A to
One just wiggles in the water a bit differently than the other.
You could make a doorbell that has the sound of "Flipper" when the
button is pressed. You'd have to be old enough to remember what sound
I refer to though.
And you can then sell it in Japan for a huge profit. If you can
handle the fact that they want to eat it. :-)
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