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http://ssihla.wordpress.com/2011/02/08/impractical-555-timer-with-transistors/



I stumbled across the page looking for comparator circuit.....
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This is easier


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That's what I'd call "right down to the bare metal".
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Or for a little neater job,
http://shop.evilmadscientist.com/new/656-new-binding-posts
from Si.
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I think that this is a case of too much free time with nothing better to do. I remember having to model a triple nickle in school with discretes... Still a monstrous waste of time.. IMO there isn't a lot except the output drive (100 mA) that can't be done better with a Tiny13.

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Or someone just wanted to try for the challenge. Why turn a lamp on a lathe? What a monstrous waste of time.
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