A timer circuit with one CD4060 integration … is a simple but well functioning circuit. He succeeded in the experiments. When the drawing is examined it is seen that the T1 transistor is not connected to the ground one at a time. If this connection is connected to foot 7 of the integrator, it is timing about half a second to one second.
When connected to foot no. 5, time doubles. It is possible to attach the desired foot to the foot for as much delay as you need. You can make it even more useful by putting a committer here. The foot 15 and the foot 1 were deliberately over-spaced. The number one foot exit is four times the exit number fifteen.
In other intervals, it is twice. If the number 3 foot is used as an outlet, there is a delay of about eighteen minutes. If this delay time is not sufficient, the value of R2- R4 and C1 is increased to provide the necessary delay. Using one CD4040 for larger timings, the delay time can be extended to exceed a week. You can connect the load to the exit of the Role. The circuit works periodically. Of course he will wait. This period is about as long as it is open.
|Pin Name||Pin #||Type||Description|
|VDD||16||Power||Supply Voltage (+3 to +15V)|
|CEXT||9||Input||Connection for an external capacitor|
|REXT||10||Input||Connection for external resistor|
|CLK||11||Input||Clock input/Oscillator pin|
|RST||12||Input||Resets the counter|
Applications of the CD4060 IC.
- Firstly, this IC device is best to use in time-related applications.
- Moreover, we need this integrated circuit to create long periods in electronic systems.
- Also, we use this IC in projects where the presence of a microchip is dangerous.