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Two Door Door Bell With Visual Indicator

Description

Table of Contents:

  1. Two Door Door Bell With Visual Indicator
  2. Working of circuit
  3. MCU Design Challenge India 2014
Anjali Sethiya
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Anjali Sethiya

The doorbells produce a ringing alert sound so that the resident comes to know that there is somebody at the door. Many homes have two doors for entering. So, sometime it become confusing for the resident to find out on which door visitor is  present. This project on doorbell circuit produces two different sounds and can be used simultaneously on both the doors. This circuit also gives a visual indicator so that deaf person can also know. For this we use different color LED for different door so that it becomes easy to know whether the visitor is present on front door or rear door.

This simple circuit is based on transistor, diode, resistor and switches with few more components.

1. Resistor- Resistor is a two terminal passive component used to control the flow of current into the circuit. A current through resistor is directly proportional to the voltage applied across resistor terminal.

Resistor comes in two varieties - 

1. Fixed resistor means they have fixed value of resistance.

2. Variable resistors means there value can be changed like if you have variable resistor of 5K then you can vary the resistance from 0 to 5 K Ohms.

We can calculate the value of resistor with the help of multi-meter or we can do it with help of color code available on resistor.

2. Diodes- Diode is a two terminal device with a asymmetric characteristic means it allows low resistance to current flow in one direction and high resistance in another direction. Therefore it allows current to flow in one direction and blocks the current that flows in opposite direction. The two terminal of the diode is referred to as anode and cathode. Because of its unidirectional behavior they are used to convert alternating current to direct current.

3. Transistor- Transistor is a three terminal electronic device used to amplify weak input signals. A transistor consists of two PN junction diode connected back to back. Transistors are of different types such as bipolar junction transistor, Field effect transistor and photo transistor. They are mostly used in electrical appliances due their smaller size and light weight. In addition they posses less power hence have greater efficiency.

4. Speaker- Speaker is a transducer which produces sound in response to electrical audio signal applied at input.

5. Capacitor- A capacitor is a two terminal passive component which stores electric charge. Capacitor consists of two conductors which are separated by a dielectric medium. It works when potential difference applied across the conductors polarizes the dipole ions to store the charge in the dielectric medium. Capacitor comes in two varieties-

1. Polarized capacitor- They have polarity means + and - sign. They are basically used to store charge. As they store charge they should be carefully discharge before troubleshooting the circuit.

2. Non polarized capacitor - They does not have polarity and can be mounted any way. They are basically used to remove the fluctuation present in conversion of AC to DC.

Circuit Diagram

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