Monostable multibivrator using transistor
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In this circuit, we will show how to build a monostable multivibrator circuit with transistors. A monostable multivibrator circuit is one in which the output of the circuit turns on for a period of time and then shuts off. The output must be triggered on and it's only turned on once (per trigger) and then shuts off. It will only turn on each time if there is a trigger. In the absence of a trigger pulse being sent to the circuit, the output stays off, which is its stable state.
This monostable state circuit is always OFF except in the event that there is a trigger. So the stable state of a monostable circuit is off. We simply use a pushbutton to allow for the trigger that is necessary to turn on the output. This pushbutton sends a momentary brief HIGH signal that turns on the circuit.
- Dimensions (cm) L x W x H : 20 x 15 x 5
- Weight (gm): 200
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