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Simple Countdown Timer On using CD4510

2015-01-11 01:19  
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Here is countdown Timer on circuit. this circuit The circuit can be powered from a 9V PP3 battery or 12V DC power supply. The time delay can be varied by replace the resistor value at pin 3 IC555. When the switch is closed, the CD4510  up/down counter is preset to 9 and the 555 timer is disabled with the output held high. This circuit provides a 9 second delay using a 7 segment display. When the switch is opened, the timer produces an approximate 1 second clock signal, decrementing the counter until the 0 count is reached. When the zero count is reached, the ‘carry out’ signal at pin 7 of the counter moves low, energizing the 12 volt relay and stopping the clock with a low signal on the reset line (pin 4). The 1 second clock signal from the 555  timer can be adjusted slightly longer or shorter by increasing or decreasing the resistor value at pin 3 of the timer. The relay will remain energized until the switch is again closed, resetting the counter to 9. Here is a schematic countdown :


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