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How to build Mini Alarm

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Description

This circuit, enclosed in a small plastic box, can be placed into a bag or handbag. A small magnet is placed close to the reed switch and connected to the hand or the clothes of the person carrying the bag by means of a tiny cord. If the bag is snatched abruptly, the magnet looses its contact with the reed switch, SW1 opens, the circuit starts oscillating and the loudspeaker emits a loud alarm sound. A complementary transistor-pair is wired as a high efficiency oscillator, directly driving a small loudspeaker. Low part-count and 3V battery supply allow a very compact construction.

Circuit Diagram:

Circuit Diagram

Parts:

R1 = 330KR2 = 100RC1 = 10nF-63VC2 = 100uF-25VQ1 = BC547Q2 = BC327B1 = 3V Battery or Two AA Cells in SeriesSW1 = Read Switch & Small MagnetSPKR = 8R Loudspeaker (See Notes)

Notes:

The loudspeaker can be any type; its dimensions are limited only by the box that will enclose it. An on-off switch is unnecessary because the stand-by current drawing is less than 20μA. Current consumption when the alarm is sounding is about 100mA. If the circuit is used as anti-bag-snatching, SW1 can be replaced by a 3.5mm mono Jack socket and the magnet by a 3.5mm. Mono Jack plugs having its internal leads shorted. The Jack plug will be connected to the tiny cord etc. Do not supply this circuit at voltages exceeding 4.5V: it will not work and Q2 could be damaged. In any case a 3V supply is the best compromise.









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