led chaser

  1. guclusat


    Parts list: IC555 IC4017(2pcs) 2N3904 or any other NPN(9pcs) 10k resistor(10pcs) 470 ohm resistor 3.3k resistor LED(81pcs) Capacitor 1uF 10v 100k potentiometer Diode 1N4007 1.5v AA battery(4pcs) Battery holder Prototype Breadboard
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    This is an amazing LED chaser that contain 12 LEDs. Each LED must protect by a 100ohm resistor. the speed of flashing can change by changing the number that written after "delay" in the programming code. void setup(){ pinMode(2, OUTPUT); pinMode(3, OUTPUT); pinMode(4, OUTPUT)...
  3. uydudoktoru

    LED chaser using PIC 16F84A

    A simple LED chaser with 8 LEDs and the PIC microcontroller 16F84A. Hex file and source code included. (August 10, 2009) This is a simple microcontroller PIC project. The 16F84A is used to control 8 LEDs to light in sequence, back and forth. Not a great project for a microcontroller but it can...
  4. guclusat

    12 Channel LED Chaser with PIC16F84A

    This project is based on the popular PIC16f84A micro-controller.The heart of this project LED chaser is the PIC16F84A PIC microcontroller.A 4MHz crystal and capacitors C1 and C2 22pf is used for providing clock pulses to the micro-controller. The input voltage can be anywhere from 9 to 12 volts...
  5. guclusat

    Led chaser usıng 16f84a

    Description This simple circuit functions as a 12 LED chaser. A single illuminated LED 'walks' left and right in a repeating sequence, similar to the effect seen onKITT, the car in the Knight RiderTV series. Fully commented source code and programmer ready HEX files are provided for the PIC...
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    8 Channel PWM LED Chaser for 16F628A and 16F88

    Component Description R1 - R8 (order 1 pack) PK 100 270R 0.25W CF RESISTOR (RC) R9,R10 (order 1 pack) PACK 100 10K 0.25W CF RESISTOR (RC) C1,C2 100N 2.5MM Y5V DIELEC.CERAMIC (RC) C3 220N 5MM Y5V DIELECT.CERAMIC (RC) J1 2.1 PCB DC POWER SOCKET (RC) socket for IC218 PIN 0.3IN TURNED PIN SOCKET(RC)...
  7. guclusat

    LED Chaser

    This is the circuit of a simple LED chaser. The LEDs lights one by one for a period of 1second and the cycle repeats giving the running light appearance. The circuit uses two ICs to drive the LEDs. IC1 (NE555) is the popular timer IC wired in the Astable Multivibrator mode. Resistors R1, VR1...