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Sunday, October 18, 2009

Relay Toggle Circuit

The circuit in below is a design circuit for toggles a relay when a button is pressed. So, it is called as relay toggle circuit. This circuit is built and control by 555 timers IC. This is the figure of the circuit.

Advantages of this circuit are the large hystersis range at the input which avoids false triggering, and only a few parts are needed for construction. One disadvantage is the relay may be engaged when power is first applied. To solve this problem, you could tie the reset line (pin 4) to another resistor/capacitor combination with the capacitor at ground and the resistor at the +V point. This will cause pin 4 to be held near ground for a short period which will reset the output when power is applied.
[Circuit source: Bill Bawden]

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