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Subject: Re: blinking led circuit for halloween 'eyes' in a tree

Date: 09/17/03 at 1:53 PM
Posted by: Ron Harrison
E-mail: rmaxh[AT55]yahoo.com (replace [AT55] with @ to reply)
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In Reply to: blinking led circuit for halloween 'eyes' in a tree posted by mike cochran on 09/14/03 at 7:39 AM:

The trouble with Russ' circuit is that it blinks on occasionally. You want it to blink off.I'm posting a 555 circuit for you to try. Keep in mind that it will eat batteries fairly rapidly, because you have 2 LEDs running most of the time. A CMOS 555 will save a little power.You can change the OFF time by changing R1, and the ON time by changing R2.http://pageproducer.iglide.net/ron.harrison/blinking_eyes.html

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