Discrete 555 Timer Kit - Build your own 555 timer from discrete componentsDesigned by Sloth Byte Ltd in United Kingdom
From its beginnings in 1971, the humble 555 timer IC has found itself at the heart of many designs. Now you can find out what makes the 555 timer tick and build your own with this educational kit. ...Read More…
From its beginnings in 1971, the humble 555 timer IC has found itself at the heart of many designs.
Now you can find out what makes the 555 timer tick and build your own with this educational kit.
Full build instructions supplied via pdf download - link in the documentation section.
Requirements: To complete this kit you’ll need the following tools.
Handy tools to have “just in case”
See the completed kit being used to provide a clock pulse in the video below.
The Discrete 555 Timer kits play friendly with the 4-Bit Binary and Hex kit.
Kit supplied in a Jiffy bag. See the documentation section below for the manual and datasheet.
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Howard | Nov. 12, 2020
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