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Stabilizer Circuit Diagram

Stabilizer Circuit Diagram

Here I am presenting some Most using and popular automatic stabilizer circuit diagram. 3 relay stabilizer circuit diagram These are the following schematics diagrams of most using stabilizers. you can troubleshoot or construct a stabilizer by using the following circuit diagrams. these circuit diagram includes 2-relay, 3-relay with IC and without IC and with high voltage auto cut.  All are […]

7 simple electronic circuit diagram for beginners

7 simple electronic circuit diagram for beginners

2 LED flasher circuit using transistor  battery level indicator circuit diagram Mini Fm transmitter circuit up to 50M range contactless electric line tester- detect the line when the sensor wire touched over the cover of wire overheat or temperature sensor– adjust the preset to what level of temperature do you want to automatically detect. You get a signal from the […]

Darkness detector Shadow alarm circuit

Darkness detector Shadow alarm circuit

Light sensor circuit Shadow detector A Buzzer beeped and led will glow for a fixed time when a shadow falls on a phototransistor. This is a very sensitive light-sensitive circuit operated using the 741 opamp ic and 555 timers. Here 741 ic is connected as a comparator which compares the voltage at the input. It is able to detect the […]

What is Comparator

What is Comparator

Comparator A comparator is a circuit that compares two input voltages or currents and gives output High or Low as per input signal. The Output is a digital form according to the input signal compared with the reference. Basically a comparator is used in electronics to compare the two Analog input signals given on both input terminals and we get […]

Ohm’s Law

Ohm’s Law

Ohm Law What is ohm’s law In the electrical field, Ohm’s law is a very important topic. This law is asked in almost all interviews and as basic fundamentals of electrical engineering for all who related to electrical engineering. This is a very important fundamental law that describes the Relation between Current, Voltage, and Resistance. There are three main quantities […]

Operational amplifier (Op-amp)

Operational amplifier (Op-amp)

Operational Amplifier (op-amp) An operational amplifier or op-amp is basically a multistage, very high gain amplifier having very high input impedance (typically a few Mega ohms) and low output impedance(Less than 100 ohms) and has the capability to amplifying signals of frequency ranging from zero HZ to 1MZ. Opamp is basically a multistage, direct-coupled, negative feedback amplifier that uses voltage […]