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  1. sukinesh

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    what are the things which i recuire to make this circuit
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  2. Arouse1973

    Arouse1973 Adam

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    I am pretty sure the data sheets will tell you. If you have any questions after YOU have looked through them then come back here.
    Adam
     
  3. shrtrnd

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    The part numbers are on the devices. What are you having a problem with?
     
  4. Arouse1973

    Arouse1973 Adam

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    The data sheet will tell you what the things are. Assuming the things are the components. What do you want us to do, identify each component for you.
     
  5. sukinesh

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    i dont have any data sheet
     
  6. sukinesh

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    i am begginer in electronics and dont know identify symbols complex than a resistor
     
  7. Arouse1973

    Arouse1973 Adam

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  8. KrisBlueNZ

    KrisBlueNZ Sadly passed away in 2015

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    Yes Adam, I think so.

    Sukinesh, find a local electronics component shop and take your diagram to them. They should be able to help.

    As it is, you haven't even told us where you're located, so even if we did want to spend a few hours making a list of suppliers' part numbers for you, we wouldn't know which supplier to use.
     
  9. kpatz

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    Each device is marked on the schematic with either a value or a part number.

    So, for example (looking at a few parts on the left side as an example), you need a 100 ohm resistor, 1K resistor, 2.2K resistor, 100uf 16v electrolytic capacitor, C557B PNP transistor, a couple 4000-series ICs, the IR module, etc. etc.

    You'll need to learn to identify the symbols on the schematic and what kind of parts they are, such as resistors, capacitors, diodes, ICs, transistors, etc. Once you can do that, you'll know what you need because it's all there. :)

    Do you know what the circuit is supposed to do?

    For now, make a list. Start with the resistors (the zig-zaggy line things in the schematic). Make a list of each resistor in the circuit and their values. Then, make a list of the capacitors that are NOT polarized (no + symbol next to them), then a list of the polarized ones (with + symbols). Then diodes, LEDs, transistors, ICs, switches, and anything else you find on there. Post the list here, and we can help you make any corrections/updates., and tips on knowing what types of parts you need (i.e. capacitor types). Learn by doing it yourself. :)
     
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  10. KrisBlueNZ

    KrisBlueNZ Sadly passed away in 2015

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    That's admirable kpatz, but introductory practical electronics tutorials with this kind of info are all over the net. It's just one Google away.

    Give a man an answer and you solve his problem for a day. Teach a man to Google and read tutorials, and you'll solve his problems for a lifetime.

    I suspect that Sukinesh is a grown-up now, and can start to learn not just the things he doesn't know yet, but also HOW TO FIND OUT ABOUT things he doesn't know about yet.

    Personally I think a question along the lines of "please spoon feed me the exact information I need in order to do this one specific thing", without any indication that prior efforts were made by the asker, are an indication of laziness. They are definitely bad netiquette - another word you can look up, Sukinesh, using... Google.

    That said, of course specific questions, that call for specialised knowledge and experience, are always welcome. But we are not here to perform other people's Internet searches on their behalf.
     
    Last edited: Apr 17, 2014
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