We’ve all had occasion to be annoyed at inconsiderate dog owners whose animals relieve themselves on the private property of others. This problem can hardly be solved in a lasting manner using verbal (or even physical) means, so recourse to an electronic remedy is better and friendlier. The starting point for this circuit is a […]
Join the forum discussion on this post The electronic dog repellent circuit diagram below is a high output ultrasonic transmitter which is primarily intended to act as a dog and cat repeller, which can be used individuals to act as a deterrent against some animals. It should NOT be relied upon as a defence against […]
There are many ultrasonic pest repellent devices available on the market but a major drawback is that their power output is low and their effectiveness suffers. This electronic pest repellent generates powerful ultrasonic signals to repel pests. In addition to the ultrasonic frequency oscillator built with CD4047, separate push-pull power amplifier (with 2N3055 or TIP31C) […]
The first sensor a robot usually gets fitted with is an obstacle detector. It may take three different forms, depending on the type of obstacle you want to detect and also — indeed, above all — on the distance at which you want detection to take place. For close or very close obstacles, reflective IR […]
This is alternate wireless switching using ultrasonic sensor. The distance of switching range should be more than 10 meters. Please visit this page for more explanation.
This is a Electrostatic transducer for ultrasonic measurement circuit. This circuit uses the LM1812 ultrasonic transceiver. Transducer x1 and LM1812 will transmit a burst of oscillations. Then the return echo is listened by using X1. The LM1812 detector will generate a pulse of the same width as the original burst when the X1 receive an […]