By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Electrical Engineering Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for electronics and electrical engineering professionals, students, and enthusiasts. It only takes a minute to sign up. What other ICs could I possibly use in this circuit? Here is one listing from China for the UM66, and another one from France. Note that there are some unscrupulous semiconductor vendors on eBay so be careful, I would always buy from somewhere like Digikey, Mouser, Farnell, etc if you can I had a quick look but couldn't see anything particularly suitable.

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UM66 melody generator is a simple and easy DIY project which is suitable for beginners and hobbyists. The circuit can be used as a doorbell, musical alarm, musical bell, etc. The Um66 IC requires no any additional components for the generation of audio signals, it already has an inbuilt tone.

The electrical signals of the corresponding notes of the melody tone will be generated at the output pin 3 of the Um The audio signal output is connected to the base of the transistor.

The transistor amplifies the signals enough to drive a loudspeaker. The operating voltage range of the IC is 1. So a 3V battery is enough to operate the circuit. Your email address will not be published. Ultrasonic automatic braking RC car project. Arduino toggle push power on off switch. Servo control by push button switch arduino. Importance of Earthing in Electrical Installations? Power Factor Improvement using Capacitor Bank. Why fuse wires are always thin?

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Melody Generator using IC UM66

The main objective of the doorbell circuit is to convert electrical signals input into audio signals output with a single press of a switch. The circuit given below is a modified version of the Melody Generator Circuit, whose link is given above. In the previous circuit you had to keep the switch manually pressed for making the IC play the full music. The time for the IC to play depends on discharging time of C1 which can be set by R1. Set R1 to select your time, whether full tone or a part in one press. Transistor Q2 drives the speaker.


DoorBell circuit using UM 66 IC

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