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How to build Live Line Detector-Indicator Circuit Schematic

2018-11-15 03:42  
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Description

If the unit is brought close to a live conductor (insulated, and even buried in plaster) capacitive coupling between the live conductor and the probe clocks the counter, and causes the LED to flash 5 times per second, because the 4017 IC divides the mains 50Hz frequency by 10. When remote from a live line, the unit stops counting, the LED resulting permanently off.

Circuit diagram:

Live Line Detector-Indicator Circuit Schematic-Circuit diagram

Parts:

P1 = SPST PushbuttonD1 = Red LED (any type)C1 = 100nF 63V Polyester or Ceramic CapacitorB1 = 3V Battery (two 1.5V AA or AAA cells in series etc.)IC1 = 4017 Decade counter with 10 decoded outputs ICSensing probe 3 to 15 cm. long, stiff insulated piece of wire

Notes:

Sensitivity can be varied using a more or less long sensing probe.Due to 3V operation, the LED's current limiting resistor can be omitted.







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