A Touch switch using CD4011

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Barjugh
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A Touch switch using CD4011

Post by Barjugh » Fri Dec 23, 2016 7:49 am

A simple touch switch circuit using CD4011 is given here. The IC CD4011 is wires as a flip flop here. The 9, 13 pins of the IC works as the set and reset contacts respectively.CMOS ICs like 4011 require requires a very low current for controlling its gates. Since the pins 9 and 13 are connected to the positive via resistors R1 and R2, the logic gates of the ICs will be in high state. When we touch through the points A, B the gates of the IC will be closed and the output becomes low. This switches ON the transistor Q1 and the relay gets activated. When we touch through the points C, D the gates again becomes high and switches the transistor OFF. This makes the relay OFF. Thus by touching through the contact points A,B and C,D the appliance connected through the relay can be switched On and OFF.

Circuit diagram with Parts list.
touch-switch-circuit-using-cd4011
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Notes.
CD4011 datasheet
The circuit can be assembled on a general purpose PCB.
The circuit can be powered from 12V DC.
The IC must be mounted on a holder.
The relay can be a 12 V, 200 Ohm SPDT relay.

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