Light control circuit, sound signal, Sound sensor
This research is intended to be used to design a circuit that converts any sound to light, it is an electrical circuit with a Sound sensor, when it hears the sound wave, the sensor converts that sound wave to a certain volts (electrical wave), and the electrical wave runs through the circuit and then turns on the light and turns off the light when the sound is absent, It is very useful in several areas and can be used anywhere so the idea Is that we use energy when we want to and limit the use of no need energy ,it can be used whether at home, mosques and especially on streets to save energy wasted by unnecessary turned on lights, and it is inexpensive in relation to its benefits.
The idea of designing a microphone is similar, the sound of human being passes through the circuit after it is converted to electrical signal and then it is magnified to a higher level of sound signal, here are some other related designs.
[...] R The IC555 Comparator component Design Specifications: We are our design component specifications in details, component name, its specifications, function (role in the circuit) and a picture of it. Stages of building the circuit: Final design: Method of Operation The sound sensor will sense the noise made by cars on the street and then convert it to a signal, then the resistor which is connected to the negative side of the sensor and the positive side of the battery that is connected to the positive side of the sensor. [...]
[...] Must not exceed 1000SR. It must have the ability to work in many places. Black Box Analysis: A black box is a graphic representation of the system or object being designed, with inputs shown entering the box on its left hand side and outputs leaving on the right hand side, this tool obviously helps relate inputs to outputs and the transformation between them. Figure This is our black box analysis for our project, showing inputs and outputs that the design can take. [...]
[...] It should be safe. Helpful for users. It should be Portable. Environment friendly. Nice and attractive shape. [...]
[...] Easy to use and install. It should be Inexpensive. It can work in many withers. Marketable Objectives trees: It is a graphical description of the objective or goal for the device or system, the top-level goal in an objective tree is broken down into sub goals at different levels. Building a tree is not a one-time; rather it is an iterative process. [...]
[...] Literature Review: The idea of designing a microphone is similar, the sound of human being passes through the circuit after it is converted to electrical Signal and then it is magnified to a higher level of sound signal, here are some other related designs Objectives List: Here we pruned the list of attributes to a pruned objectives list. The use of this technique helps underlying the objectives from constraints and functions. Objectives tree that will be used momentarily will be based on the main objectives and decomposed to sub-objectives, sub-sub-objectives, etc. [...]
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