Cell-Phone calling Actuator (TS555CN)
Drives a relay when an incoming call is detected
R1,R3,R4,R6______1M 1/4W Resistors R2_______________3K9 1/4W Resistor R5,R8____________1K 1/4W Resistors (Optional: see Text) R7______________10K 1/4W Resistor C1_____________100nF 63V Polyester or Ceramic Capacitor C2_______________1µF 63V Polyester or Electrolytic Capacitor C3______________10µF 25V Electrolytic Capacitor C4______________10nF 63V Polyester or Ceramic Capacitor C5_____________470µF 25V Electrolytic Capacitor D1,D4_________1N4148 75V 150mA Diodes D2,D3___________LEDs 3 or 5mm. (Optional: see Text) Q1_____________BC547 45V 100mA NPN Transistor Q2_____________BC557 45V 100mA PNP Transistor Q3_____________BC337 45V 800mA NPN Transistor IC1_____________4069 Hex Inverter IC IC2_____________7555 or TS555CN CMos Timer IC L1______________10mH miniature inductor RL1____________Relay with SPDT or DPDT switch Coil Voltage 12V. Coil resistance 200-300 Ohm J1_____________Two ways output socket
This design is a development of the well known Cellular Phone calling Detector
circuit. Many correspondents required a circuit of this kind but capable of driving a relay and supplied at 12V. (TS555CN)
The final circuit adds to the original pulse detector coil and transistor amplifier a further amplifier and squarer, a pulse to dc converter, a timer and the relay driver.
The timer was necessary to avoid false triggering: in this way the relay will be energized only after the cell-phone is ringing since at least 10 seconds.
Q1 amplifies the signal generated by the cell-phone during an incoming call and detected by L1. IC1A wired as an analog amplifier drives three inverters in series (IC1B, IC1C and IC1D) acting as square wave converters. IC1E and related components form the pulse to dc converter: when a train of pulses appears at IC1D output, a 12V steady positive voltage is present at the output of IC1E.
An optional LED (D2) can be useful to signal that a call is incoming, mainly when the cell-phone is muted.
Q2, IC2 and related components form a 10-seconds timer followed by the relay driver (IC1F and Q3).
When the output of IC1E is low, the output of IC2 is high: therefore the output of the inverter IC1F is low and Q3 is cut off.
When the output of IC1E is high, C3 starts charging through R6 and after about 10 seconds IC2 will be triggered and its output voltage will fall to zero, forcing the output of IC1F to go high: this causes the transistor to conduct and the relay will be energized.
The LED D3 is optional and can be useful to signal when the relay is on.
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