Chasing Lights Controller Circuit Using Relays

Chasing Light Controller Using Relays

Introduction to Chasing Light Running lights or chasing light is very attractive for advertisement display. A sequence of on-off at minimum three lamps gives an effect of moving lights. These three lamps then can be extended by paralleling the wire to give long bulbs chain. Modern lighting control system might have micro controllerĀ  inside for complex lighting pattern, but here […]

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Flasher Circuit with DPDT Relay Works for Any-Wattage Load

Simple DPDT Relay Flasher Circuit

Introduction Classic series relay flasher circuit usually need minimum wattage for the connected load to work. Beyond the specified minimum wattage, then the flasher will not work or become unstable. Here I designed a simple solution using DPDT relay, that works for loads with any wattage. The Circuit and How It Works The circuit need one DPDT relay, two resistors […]

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Simplest Relay Flasher Circuit with Better Stability

A flasher circuit with only three components (relay, capacitor, and resistor) is very popular design, which is advertised as the simplest design for relay flasher. I don’t know who is the designer of this circuit but the schematic diagram is spread on many websites. Here is one example, using 12V relay, 220Ī©, and 2200uF capacitor for building 12V flasher circuit. […]

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Lamp Flasher Circuit Using Two Relays

Lamp Flasher Circuit Lamp flasher circuit is an electronic device that control a lamp to flash in periodic manner. Lamp flasher can be designed using semiconductor or other active components. Here we use two relays as the active components, plus some other passive components. Relay can be considered as an active component since it receives small power input to control […]

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