WEFOUNDTimer / Generator Circuits Manual by R. M. Marston 2008-12-01


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csTimer is designed for speedsolving cuber. It supports scrambles of many types of puzzles include all the WCA's official puzzle ; It integrated with Xcross solver and eoline solver ; It supports time statistics, multi-phase timming and several functions supported by other similar software such as: 15s' inspection defined by WCA, etc.

The timer works well on most browsers, such as: chrome(recommend), firefox, opera, IE7+. And it also works on ipad, iphone and most of the Android platform.

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csTimer is designed for speedsolving cuber. It supports scrambles of many types of puzzles include all the WCA's official puzzle ; It integrated with Xcross solver and eoline solver ; It supports time statistics, multi-phase timming and several functions supported by other similar software such as: 15s' inspection defined by WCA, etc.

The timer works well on most browsers, such as: chrome(recommend), firefox, opera, IE7+. And it also works on ipad, iphone and most of the Android platform.

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Something that a project that I'm working on has me doing is using a serial to parallel IC (think 74HC595) to control leds. However, rather than drive the leds directly from the pins, I opted for the use of transistors. After testing this out, it became apparent to me that perhaps the leds might be too bright, so I went in search of a simple PWM generator.

Of course, there are a couple of instructables that already feature such a circuit, but I was unable to get them to work correctly for whatever reason. This being the case, I will now present the circuit that I came across and works very well.

The schematic that this circuit is based on is so general, that instead of giving hard values for each component, the author gave relations that would allow for any combination of parts.

However, for the sake of getting it right the first time, I'll list the values that did work.

Components:
  * 1 - Generic 555 IC (NE555 was used)
  * 2 - 1K Resistors (R1, R3)
  * 1 - 100K Linear Potentiometer ( R2 = 100 * R1 )
  * 1 - 1n4004 Diode (Pretty much any diode will do)
  * 1 - .1uF Ceramic Capacitor (Unsure about the relation of the value of this to the resistors)
  * Breadboard

There's nothing much else to this circuit except for just going for it and building it.

Know of the proverb "Measure twice, cut once"? The same thing applies. Build the circuit, check the circuit, then apply the power.

Using the circuit is simple! Your PWM signal will be coming from pin 3. From there, make the standard led circuit, except route the voltage to pin 3. Play with the pot and enjoy!

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csTimer is designed for speedsolving cuber. It supports scrambles of many types of puzzles include all the WCA's official puzzle ; It integrated with Xcross solver and eoline solver ; It supports time statistics, multi-phase timming and several functions supported by other similar software such as: 15s' inspection defined by WCA, etc.

The timer works well on most browsers, such as: chrome(recommend), firefox, opera, IE7+. And it also works on ipad, iphone and most of the Android platform.

Our new search experience requires JavaScript to be enabled. Please enable JavaScript on your browser , then try again .

Something that a project that I'm working on has me doing is using a serial to parallel IC (think 74HC595) to control leds. However, rather than drive the leds directly from the pins, I opted for the use of transistors. After testing this out, it became apparent to me that perhaps the leds might be too bright, so I went in search of a simple PWM generator.

Of course, there are a couple of instructables that already feature such a circuit, but I was unable to get them to work correctly for whatever reason. This being the case, I will now present the circuit that I came across and works very well.

The schematic that this circuit is based on is so general, that instead of giving hard values for each component, the author gave relations that would allow for any combination of parts.

However, for the sake of getting it right the first time, I'll list the values that did work.

Components:
  * 1 - Generic 555 IC (NE555 was used)
  * 2 - 1K Resistors (R1, R3)
  * 1 - 100K Linear Potentiometer ( R2 = 100 * R1 )
  * 1 - 1n4004 Diode (Pretty much any diode will do)
  * 1 - .1uF Ceramic Capacitor (Unsure about the relation of the value of this to the resistors)
  * Breadboard

There's nothing much else to this circuit except for just going for it and building it.

Know of the proverb "Measure twice, cut once"? The same thing applies. Build the circuit, check the circuit, then apply the power.

Using the circuit is simple! Your PWM signal will be coming from pin 3. From there, make the standard led circuit, except route the voltage to pin 3. Play with the pot and enjoy!

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csTimer is designed for speedsolving cuber. It supports scrambles of many types of puzzles include all the WCA's official puzzle ; It integrated with Xcross solver and eoline solver ; It supports time statistics, multi-phase timming and several functions supported by other similar software such as: 15s' inspection defined by WCA, etc.

The timer works well on most browsers, such as: chrome(recommend), firefox, opera, IE7+. And it also works on ipad, iphone and most of the Android platform.


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