Monday, February 21, 2011

H-BRIDGE PUSH-PULL DOG-BARK STOPPER

 

H-Bridge_Push-Pull

The two circuits above are also H-Bridge Push-Pull outputs, however the current is limited to 200mA or less. In this design the current can be 3 amps or more, depending on the supply voltage, the resistance of the load and the type of driver transistors. About 2v5 is lost between "c and e" due to the output of the 555 and the base-emitter voltage of the driver transistors. This circuit drives an ultrasonic transducer (speaker) at 20kHz to 40kHz to subdue dog barking. If the unit is turned on by remote control every time the dog barks, the animal will soon learn to cease barking.

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