Very simple voltmeter with ic741a
Input circuit has a diode, to protect the Return terminal. And input impedance of the circuit, were more than 1 M ohm.
Heart of the circuit is op – amp number 741.Which acts as a comparator,When the voltage across the pin emitter-bass of the transistor Q1 is a great value.Resistance between the collector and emitter are charged less.Therefore, the voltage at pin 2 of IC1.Therefore less valuable, and the output of IC1 to pay current LED1 light.When we adjust to the middle leg of VR1 to lower pressure. Until the pin 3 of IC1 is low pressure over the two legs a little.LED1 off, it will be.If we adjust VR1 compared to the pressure they can pretend to know the scale at the VR1.Voltmeter can not be used to measure the pressure of the alternating current (ACV) home
Micro ampere meter circuit using uA741
The micro ampere meter shown here is basically a DC millivolt meter.The circuit gives full scale deflection for 0.1V input.The current to be measured is passed through a known resistance R and the voltage drop across it is measured.Here the IC 1 uA 741 op-amp is wired as a non inverting amplifier
Versatile tone control using IC 741
The audio input is entered through the C1 coupling to the input signal to the Q1 growth signal by R1 and R2 divide the voltage. To bias the pin B of Q1 and R3 are limited to flow properly. Q1 is the e-limit circuit fault Peter Low Power Amplifier stand out in E via C2 to the region to adjust the bass – treble. Including C3, C4, C5, C6, R5, R6, R7, R8. The VR1 is adjusted – reduce the growth of low-frequency (BASS) and VR2 is increasing – rate of growth of the frequency High (TREBLE). from the signal that is adapted to go to the leg 2 (inverting amplifier signal to a phase) of IC1 and will expand the output of Pin 6 through a signal output from C8. Which can be connected to amplifier sound at all
Schmitt trigger circuit using IC uA 741
A Schmitt trigger circuit shows two distinct signal input levels for turning the circuit ON and OFF.The difference between the Von and Voff voltages called hysteris Schmitt triggers are useful in conbverting slowly rising waveforms into fast rising ones and in relay like application.The circuit shown here uses a 741 with positive feedback via R5,R6 and R7 for fast switching.Voltage dividers R8 and r9 set the DC input voltage to the non-inverting input terminal to half the supply voltage.The amount of positive feedback depends on the ratio of R6 and r7.the larger the ratio,the smaller will be the hysterisis shown by the circuit.Potentiometer r2 sets the DC voltage to the inverting input terminal and thus sets the threshold voltage at which the signal will trigger the circuit.The input signal can be applied to either of the two input terminals
Universal mono preamplifier using ic lm741
When AF IN input signal to pin 3 of IC1, and The voltage input to pin 2 of IC1.The IC number LM741 used to amplifier circuit,Output at Pin 6.
And access to the AF OUT to be applied to various tasks.VR1 is adjusted by the strength of the output signal sent to the AF OUT
Op-amp siren sound using ic 741
sound generator super siren, for use be alarm signal get by live frequency generator circuit that use , op-amp circuit.
The principle works to are while still no press switch S1 will still
have no the loud sound comes out from a loudspeaker SP1. When do
pressure switch S1 then liberate C3 do something charge full until
while press switch S1 and discharge go out. When liberate switch S1
come in at R7. Which perform in something limit current come in at 3
Non inverting legs of IC1a. By IC1, D1, D2, C1, C2 and R5 build be
sound generator signal circuit then export come to way pin 6 of IC1a
come to reach at pin 3 (Noninverting) of IC1b. By have R1 and R2 build
be Dectector circuit. For do fining level has signal then signal to
come out the way pin 7 of IC1b which will have flowing through comes in
at pin B of Q1 for do something bias give Q1 bias. When Q1 work then
make SP1 make a noise loud come out and make a noise poor loud C3
discharge be finished SP1 then stop make a noise loud
Active high pass filter circuit using LM741
Negative to positive voltage Supply with LM741
Thermal Fan Controller by IC 741 and Diode
Protects steal touch model by IC741
Dry Cell Battery Charger using LM741 and IC4011
Audio Indicator by 741
This circuit can be used to remotely monitor a loudspeaker, alarm, or audio source for presence of an audio waveform. It can also be directly connected across loudspeaker terminals used as a peak indicator.If you need to monitor some audio signal at a location that is either soundproof are too far away to actually hear the signal then you can use a circuit similar to this one. A remote indication that the audio source is active is provided visually, here in the form of a LED. Referring to the above circuit, the 10k preset is a level control which should be adjusted so that when the source ( audio signal or alarm ) is producing the desired amount of noise, the LED lights. The input stage is an inverting x100 amplifier made with a 741 op-amp
Dual Opamp Buffered Supply by 1458
There will be instances where the currents from each supply will be unequal. Where this is the case, the resistor divider is not sufficient, and the +ve and -ve voltages will be unequal. By using a cheap opamp (such as a uA741), a DC imbalance between supplies of up to about 15mA will not cause a problem. However, we can do better with a dual opamp (which will cost the same or less anyway), and increase the capability for up to about 30mA of difference between the two supplies.
Fan Controller by 741
R1 is used to adjust the temperature cutoff point. This is done by first adjusting it to remain permanently off (turn it both ways, whichever way causes it to turn off, turn it all the way there). Now let the amp run for a while at a reasonably loud volume, so that the output devices heat up. Now place the reference diode on the heatsink of the output devices and back down R1 until the fan just turns on. Make sure that the fan is positioned such that after a while, it cools down the output devices enough to turn itself off.
This and the next circuit are built on the same board, and use the same auxiliary 12V supply, to avoid loading the 78L12 and to prevent fan noise from being coupled into the amp
Microphone Mixer by 741
This relatively simple mixer was designed for three dynamic microphones, but can be re-designed for more or less. Level and tone controls are available to tailor the sound to your needs.
R1, R2, R3 3 1K 1/4W Resistor
R4, R5, R6 3 10K Logarithmic Pot
R7 1 1Meg 1/4W Resistor
R8, R10 2 10K 1/4W Resistor
R9, R11 2 100K Linear Pot
C1, C2, C5, C6 4 0.1uF Ceramic Disc Capacitor
C3, C4 2 22nF Ceramic Disc Capacitor
U1, U2 2 741 Op Amp
J1, J2, J3 3 Input Jacks Of Your Choice
MISC 1 Board, Wire, Knobs, IC Sockets
Temperature Window switch by IC 741
This circuit, is basically a resistance ï¿½ sensing window switch, except that the ï¿½resistorï¿½ takes the form of an NTC thermistor and the circuit thus responds to temperature. TH1 must have a resistance in the range 500ohm – 9Kohm. RV1 is used to set half ï¿½ supply volts on the RV1 ï¿½ TH1 junction at the ï¿½meanï¿½ temperature
R1=4.7Kohm TH1=NTC thermistor 500ohm…..9Kohm Q2=BC214L
R2=2.2Kohm D1-2=1N4148 RL1=12V Relay >120ohm
RV1-2-3=10Kohm pot. D3=1N4001
Electromagnetic Field Detector with IC UA741 or LF351
This circuit is sensitive to low frequency electromagnetic radiation and will detect for example hidden wiring or the field that encompasses a transformer. Pickup is by a radial type inductor, used as a probe which responds well to low frequency changing magnetic and electric fields. Ordinary headphones are used to for detection. The field that surrounds a transformer is heard as a 50 or 60Hz buzz. The circuit is belowI threaded a length of screened cable through an old pen tube and soldered the ends to a radial type can inductor. I used 1mH. The inductor fitted snugly into the pen tube. The opposite end of the cable connects to the input of the opamp. Any opamp should work here, possibly better results may be achieved with a low noise FET type such as the LF351. The 2M2 potentiometer acts as a gain control and the output is a pair of headphones. Stereo types can be used if they are wired as mono. I used an 8 ohm type, but the circuit should work equally well with higher impedance types. The probe (shown below) may be connected via screened cable and a 3.5mm stereo plug and socket
Temperature Monitor with IC LM741 or LM301
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Temperature Monitor use IC LM741 or IC 301 for test Temperature control
read more detail:
alter the output of the opamp and energize the relay and light the LED. Swapping the position of the
thermistor and 47k resistor makes a cold or frost alarm
2-30V 5Amp Power Supply Regulator With LM317,741,2SA1186
Here is Circuit power supply linear regulator.
Volt output 2-30V and Current 5Amp. use IC LM317 for Circuit power
supply Regulator and Transistor 2SA1186 for Boost up Current from IC LM317 (1.5A) to 5A output.
Detail more read in circuit
Relay Timer switch By IC 555 and 741
In Fig.1 see a 100 second delayed turn ON relay RL1 switch, if plug power +12V in circuit. In Fig.2 see a two range 6-60 second and 1-10 minute auto turn off relay timer circuit, with 555.
R1=1 Mohms C4=100nF 63V IC2=LM555
R2=330 Kohms C1-2=100uF 16V RV1=470 Kohms pot.
R3=680 ohms C3=1000uF 16V RL1-2=12V >120 ohms Relay
R4=2.2 Kohms D1=1N4148 S1-2=Push button n.o
R5-7=4.7 Kohms D2-3-4=1N4001 S3=2X2 switch
R6=47 Kohms Q1=BC214
R8-9=22 Kohms IC1=LM741
741+2N3055 linear power supply 13.8V 20A
Charger battery Lithium Variable current up to 2A by L200
This is circuit Charger battery Lithium Variable current up to 2A by IC L200. I’ve always wanted a fully adjustable current DIY lipo charger (and recently higher output).
The L200 datasheet has an LM741 op amp design to achieve this. It works well but has a very non-linear action (worse with a log pot). So with James Hopper’s help I have tweaked this design to produce near linear current adjustment with a standard linear pot. In my version, current is variable from about 100mA – 2A. The circuit is slightly more complex but is nicer to use. Here it is in EAGLE and image formats below.
R3 is a current sensing resistor which feeds the LM741 with a voltage that varies according to current flow. This gets amplified by the op amp which tells the L200 to change current. I have used a 100mm length of 0.5mm insulated copper wire for R3 (= ~0.010 ohms). The precise value is not critical. However, it interacts with the gain of the op amp and affects the minimum charge current and overall current range. Although I have tested with a value half this size (0.005 ohms), R3 should be larger rather than smaller than the 0.010 shown (eg: between 0.010 and 0.100 ohm). A larger R3 will give a smaller starting current.
The gain of the op amp is set by the ratio created by R2 (470ohm), R6 (10k pot) and R7 (250k trimmer). It also depends on the value of R3 above. If you want a lower start current it is best to increase the value of R3 as suggested above. However, reducing R2 (say to 220ohms) will have a similar effect.
L200‘s are internally limited to about 2A and this circuit makes an obvious correction if you go over this (you are likely to see current suddenly drop a bit as you rotate the pot over the 2A level). R7 is used to fine-tune the op amp’s gain and I recommend you adjust it so that max current can only get to just under 2A. If you can’t find a 250k trim pot then use a 100k trimmer with 150k resistor in series between R6 and R7 (eg: as shown in the first photo above). R7 does not require great precision so a single turn trimmer is fine.
The output voltage is set by the combination of R4 (1k) and R5 (5k trimmer). These values are suitable for 3 lipos (12.6v). A multi-turn trimmer is not essential but it does make it much easier to set the voltage accurately. A 10k trimmer is also OK.
The L200/LM741 design allows some leakage from cells connected while the circuit is not powered. This leakage is <20mA so is not very significant. Nevertheless, D1 prevents this loss, but more importantly protects the circuit from reverse polarity and any disasters that this may cause. It is therefore optional but I think strongly recommended. D1 would normally be a Schottky diode. It needs to be rated in excess of the circuit’s output current and voltage, and it is desirable to have a low a forward voltage drop and high reverse current capability. I’m using SMT versions which although small are not hard to use. Mine are rated at 3.5A, 30v, 0.35v and 535A. Not shown, but it would also be normal practice to protect the input from reverse polarity if it is being connected directly to a supply that can be reversed.The L200 needs an input voltage that is at least 2v higher than the output to be able to yield the full rated output. You also need sufficient volts to cover the forward voltage drop of D1. With a 0.35V D1 drop, the input to the L200 needs to be 2.35V higher than the desired output (eg: 14.95v in for 12.6v out, perfect for a 15v supply…)
Auto-Fan, automatic temperature control by 741
6 Input Mixer by IC 741 , LF351 ,TL071
A simple mixer with 3 line inputs and 3 mic inputs using commonly available parts.
The mixer circuit below has 3 line inputs and 3 mic inputs. The mic inputs are suitable for low impedance 200-1000R dynamic microphones. An ECM or condenser mic can also be used, but must have bias applied via a series resistor. As with any mixer circuit, a slight loss is always introduced. The final summing amplifier has a gain of 2 or 6dB to overcome this. The Input line level should be around 200mV RMS. The mic inputs are amplified about 100 times or by 40dB, the total gain with the mixer is 46dB. The mic input is designed for microphones with outputs of about 2mV RMS at 1 meter. Most microphones meet this standard.
Low Pass Active Filter by LM741
When you want to filter low frequency gives can change only. I thinks the Low Pass Active Filter circuit help you. Because of it uses IC LM741,then usable easy follow circuit image. We can fix the frequency is cut off get, by equipment value R1=R2 = R , and C1=C2=C When fix give 50Hz frequencies low only that can change. Values Show be valuable about 0dB = 50Hz , -3dB = 250Hz , -50dB = 10kHz Then will see tall frequency 50Hz more cut give until less is finished. This circuit should use dual power supply positive,negative,GND +/- 5V to 18V in order to get a signal that is appropriate most
60Hz Notch Filter by LM741
60Hz Notch Filter by LM741
Level Detector by IC LM741
This circuit be the circuit checks voltage is easily. Or Level Detector by IC LM741 highly popular. By R1 keep fine the value voltage referable of the circuit. If Vin be valuable more than volt. The referable LED stick bright
Basic Differentiator by LM741
Basic Differentiator by LM741
Bridge Amplifier by LM741
LM741 – Op-AMP (Operational Amplifier)
The LM741 series are general purpose operational amplifiers which feature improved performance over industry standards like the LM709
Power supply regulator 0-30V 1A by IC 741 + Transistor 2N3055 & 2N3565
This is circuit power supply regulator variable voltage 0-30V at 1A.
it is old circuit I used IC ua741 or LM741 OP-AMP IC for control adjustable Votage by VR1 (see in image circuit).
The transister 2N3055 is classic part for booster current up to 1Amin.
I used transformer 2A. it big size in PCB but sure current peak 1A min.
Dfferential Temperature Relay Switch by IC 741
Dfferential Temperature Relay Switch by IC 741
This is Circuit Dfferential Temperature Relay Switch .
Use IC 741 for control relay ad Diode D1,D2 for sencer Temperature . VR1 for adjusable voltage
Supply Splitter with IC 741& TIP41,TIP42
Circuit Supply Splitter with IC 741& TIP41,TIP42
If you must modify a place power supply. usual to dual power supply positive,negative,GND(0V). I introduces to try use. Circuit Supply Splitter with IC 741& TIP41,TIP42. When see the detail in the circuit make output of the circuit is pin GND(0V) the part is pin positive be +V part negative be -V there. When Transistor TIP41 and TIP42. Then make the circuit pays current get 100mA not exceed which enough be usable usual sir
Opto-Thermo Control Relay Switch with IC 741
Circuit Opto-Thermo Control Relay Switch with IC 741
This be Electronic switch circuit is onely. Which work with the light and the temperature. I begs for to call that Opto-Thermo Control Relay Switch with IC 741. By have work various instructions very much. And have onely observations be I uses IC 741 then can insist that. Must easy and economize. For electric appliances supervision as a result command change , Relay there. The detail is all see in a picture sir
Treble Booster By 741
You who like the treble may like this circuit. it is Treble Booster circuit help give the sound of music that you listens to bright go up. Besides it still build easy. The price is inexpensive with. Because of use IC 741 that excellent like again. instruction easiness press switch , as a result make the sound improves to follow want. And you can change the equipment has in the circuit with. See the detail can add sir.
measurements temperature by diode 1N4148
measurements temperature by diode 1N4148
temperature by diode 1N4148 and ic 741.
easy to make and use.
Out to Voltmeter.
*** Low cost too !