LED chaser 4017B 4017 NE555

LED Chaser.

A LED chaser using a CMOS 4017 and a 555. (5/28/2006)
Category: electronics circuits automobile light - Updated: 2009/07/23
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Led Chaser II

Led Chaser Version 2, Improved. Use it as "Led chaser" or "Third Brake Light". (1/30/2005)
Category: microcontroller circuits automobile - Updated: 2009/07/24
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Led Chaser.

A sequential light chaser using the PIC 12F629. (04/21/2004)
Category: automobile diy microcontroller homemade - Updated: 2009/07/24
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Traffic Light.

A two-way Traffic light using a PIC 12F629. As bonus, a traffic light that doesn't use a PIC is included. (05/13/2004)
Category: microcontroller circuits homemade automobile - Updated: 2009/07/24
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Tachometer Circuit.

A simple tachometer circuit using one NPN transistor. (12/04/2007)
Category: electronics circuits automobile - Updated: 2009/07/23
Pinout information for the tachometer.

Tachometer/RPM.

Easy to build using only a few components. With some modifications, it can be used in an automobile. This Tachometer uses a PIC 16F628.(06/12/2004)
Category: microcontroller circuits automobile homemade - Updated: 2009/07/24
Pinout information for the tachometer.

Tachometer/RPM II.

This is an improved version of the Tachometer created specially to measure up to 9,999 RPM. Uses a PIC 16F628. (04/24/2006)
Category: microcontroller circuits automobile homemade - Updated: 2014/03/02
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Tachometer for Bikes (circuit).

Here are some instructions how to connect the Tachometer version II to a single cylinder. Thanks Firoz! (3/9/2007)
Category: microcontroller circuits automobile homemade - Updated: 2009/07/23

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