Tick Tick Sound using 555 Timer IC – breadboard tutorial

Tick Tick Sound using 555 Timer IC – breadboard tutorial
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Tick Tick Sound using 555 Timer IC – breadboard tutorial

Introduction:

We are going to make a tick tick sound circuit using a 555 timer IC on the breadboard. The circuit will produce a sound "tick tick" when powered up. This sound will be similar to the sound of a clock. We are going to see step wise approach towards creating the 555 timer IC circuit on breadboard. Each step is explained with video and also I have provided multiple images of the finished breadboard. This will help you to understand, implement and also make changes in the breadboard. In this tutorial you will be needing the following bill of materials. You can use the link below to purchase the components directly.

For India

You can buy whole kit from here - Electronics Kit DIY Components
(You can get some components from the market, but I will recommend you to have the above kit as has all basic necessary items for begineers)
Mini Breadboard - 1
555 timer IC - 1
47K Resistor - 1
10uf Capacitor - 2
Speaker - 1
9V battery - 1
Wire Stripper - 1
Battery Snapper - 1
Nose Plier - 1

For USA

You can buy all in one 555 timer kit from here - Electronics Kit DIY Components
(Some items may not be present in the above kit, but still I will recommend it buying since we will be doing a lots of 555 timer IC projects in upcoming tutorials. You will need a kit like this to learn.)
Mini Breadboard - 1
555 timer IC - 1
47K Resistor - 1
10uf Capacitor - 2
Speaker - 1
9V battery - 1
Wire Stripper - 1
Battery Snapper - 1
Nose Plier - 1

Click on the below chapter to start off with the tutorial.

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