Hello buddy, have you ever seen when you were on the road, then you heard such a vehicle with a loud sound like “ninu ninu ninu” then spontaneuosly people around you moved aside to give it a way? Yes, the vehicle is using a police siren to alert the person that there is a serious situation.
What is police siren ? And who can use it?
Siren is like an alarm that a loud and making device to warn a natural disasters or alert the people that there is a serious situation . Sirens are used on emergency service vehicle such as ambulances, police cars and fire trucks.
How to make police siren circuit? Here we go..
- 2 pcs IC NE 555
- 2 pcs Electrolytic capacitor 10uF
- Capasitor 1nF
- Capasitor 100nF
- Resistor 1k
- Resistor 68k
- 3 pcs Resistor 10k
- Battery 9v
Step 1 Circuit Design with Autodesk EAGLE
To make a circuit you have to design it first on Eagle Schematic then Routing layout on Eagle board.
You can download it here https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1HNBYmteO0_WEXZ8j9Q-xM5Pcss4rDW4u?usp=sharing
Step 2 Circuit 3D Design with Autodesk Fusion
After you finished the schematic and board layout on EAGLE, you should to convert it to 3D design on Fusion.
Step 3 Simulating on Proteus
You have to simulating it first before you turn to make a PCB, is that work or not? If the circuit work, the speaker should be colored like this and have a sound.
Step 4 Make a PCB
Step make a PCB Board can be watched on this https://youtu.be/q6iu8Fe8UOY
This circuit works by using a siren that has 2 different tones and alternates with double IC NE 555. Each IC is set as a different tone generator, IC 1 is lower and IC 2 is higher. IC 1 produces lower noise by adding smaller resistors than resistors on the larger IC 2. Then the tone is connected via pin 5 IC NE 555. The way of combining these 2 notes is work by superimposing the low notes to the higher notes. While the time interval that occurs is regulated by a capacitor.
So how fellas? So simple right? Thank you for reading my articles.
Designed by Muffida Kurnalia Yovika Putri (19/447079/SV/16798)