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Three Hour Timer

Manufacturers of cordless drills generally recommend a battery charging time of three hours. Once the charging time is up the battery must be disconnected from the charger: if you forget to do this there is a danger of overcharging the battery. This circuit, which sits between the charger circuit and its battery socket, prevents that possibility: the contact of relay Re1 interrupts the charging current when the three hours are up. Ten LEDs show the remaining charging time in steps of 20 minutes. The timer is reset each time power is applied and it is then ready for a new cycle. When power is applied IC3 is reset via C4 and R5. When the charging time has elapsed, Q9 (pin 11) goes high, which turns the relay on and interrupts the charging current.

Three Hour Timer Circuit DiagramSince Q9 is connected to the active-low EN (enable) input, the counter will now remain in this state. The charging time can be adjusted from about 2 hours 15 minutes to 4 hours 30 minutes using P1. The author set P1 to 30 kΩ, giving a charging time of 3 hours 7minutes. The greater the resistance of P1, the shorter the charging time. The timing of the circuit is not particularly precise, but its accuracy is entirely adequate for the job. When adjusting the charging time it is worth noting that the first clock cycle after the circuit is turned on (from Q0 to Q1) is longer than the subsequent ones. This is because initially capacitor C3 has to be charged to around half the supply voltage.

1.5 - 35 Volt DC Regulated Power Supply

The easy way to power your projects

Here is the circuit diagram of regulated power supply. It is a small power supply that provides a regulated voltage, adjustable between 1.5 and 35 volts at 1 ampere. This circuit is ready to use, you just need to add a suitable transformer. This circuit is thermal overload protected because the current limiter and thermal overload protection are included in the IC.


Picture of the circuit:



Parts:

IC = LM317
P1 = 4.7K
R1 = 120R
C1 = 100nF - 63V
C2 = 1uF - 35V
C3 = 10uF - 35V
C4 = 2200uF - 35V
D1-D4 = 1N4007
 
Specifications :
  • Preset any voltage between 1.5 and 35V
  • Very low ripple (80dB rejection)
  • Short-circuit, thermal and overload protection
  • Max input voltage : 28VAC or 40VDC
  • Max dissipation : 15W (with heatsink)
  • Dimensions : 52x52mm (2.1” x 2.1”)
 Technical Specifications
  • Input Voltage = 40Vdc max Transformer
  • Output Voltage = 1.5V to 35Vdc
  • Output Current = 1.5 Amps max.
  • Power Dissipation = 15W max (cooled)