555 Timer Circuits

555 Timer IC is one of the commonly used IC among students and hobbyists. There are a lot of applications of this IC, mostly used as vibrators like, ASTABLE MULTIVIBRATOR, MONOSTABLE MULTIVIBRATOR and BISTABLE MULTIVIBRATOR. You can find here some interesting circuits based on 555 Timer IC by using these different operating modes.

 

  • Ticking Sound Circuit using IC 555

    This is a 555 timer IC based fun circuit which generates a sound of loud clicking clock. It is quite simple circuit designed by...

  • Stepper Motor Driver using 555 Timer IC

    Technically stepper motor driver is a Decade Binary Counter circuit. The advantage of this circuit is, it can be used to drive...

  • Simple Metal Detector Project using 555 Timer IC

    You can find a metal detector at airports, theaters and various other public places. They are used for the safety of people to...

  • Dark Detecting LED using LDR and 555 Timer

    Here we have explained a dark detector circuit by using 555 timer IC and a LDR (Light Dependent Resistor) which senses the...

  • DC Motor Speed Control using 555 Timer IC

    The DC MOTOR SPEED CONTROL circuit is primarily a 555IC based PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) circuit developed to get variable...

  • Binary Counter Circuit Diagram

    For an electronics hobbyist or a student 555 timer IC is one of the most important electronic components because of its...

  • Simple Flashing LED using 555 Timer IC

    While getting started with electronics, you would like to make some simple circuits to get acquainted with basic circuit designing concepts. Here...

  • 1 Watt PWM LED Dimmer Project

    The LED DIMMER is primarily a 555 IC based PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) circuit developed to get variable voltage over constant...

  • Simple Touch Switch using 555 Timer IC

    This simple Touch Switch is developed by using 555 timer IC operated as a MONOSTABLE vibrator. Here the stable stage is LOW, so...

  • Dark Detector Alarm Project using 555 Timer IC

    Darkness detector is simply a LDR (Light Dependent Resistor) interfaced square wave generator. In this project the square wave...

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