Months ago I created my own 555 on-delay timer that covered my own needs and perhaps yours (avoiding cold starts):
Then I found that there was a chinese one (with a different purpose) so I wanted to know what’s inside it and what’s different from mine.
In this post I’m not gonna explain you how it works neither how it’s used, I just want to provide you its schematic so you can build yours (or for repairing purposes).
- Power supply is 12VDC.
- Transistor Q1 can be replaced for any NPN general purpose transistor, like the BC548 or so, just be careful about its pinout.
- Consider to increase the C1 value so that you get extended periods of time.
- Don’t try to remove RV1, it’s difficult as hell, you’d rather play with C1.
- For D1 you can use any suitable shottky diode, even you can try the general purspose diode 1n4007.
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