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Can you elaborate a little bit more on your post? I cannot see the attachment. Are you trying to connect the CD using the diagram for the CD? Which is the picture that you are using and what are the results that you are getting with it? This is the diagram that I was working on.. Thank you for uploading the circuit, I have opened and compared it with the ones I found online for the CD, and they look pretty much the same, so should I assume that you have already looked at the datasheets of both components to determine if the pinout is the same?
If you found that they can be used as a sustitute I would think that there schematic should be very similar to get the response that you want, but the confirmation of the wiring is somehting that you can get from the devices datasheet.
Like I mentioned, I was having trouble with CD and seems the pinout in the multisim is quiet different with the datasheet for the CD and CD I am glad to see that you found the documets helpful! So were you able to find the workaround afterwards? Not really..
It seems the pinout layout for the CD in the multisim is quiet different than the actual CD So this is probably use less at this point, but in the most recent version of Multisim United States.
Multisim and Ultiboard. Turn on suggestions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Showing results for. Search instead for. Did you mean:. I am not sure how to connect each other.
CD was used because it was comparable with CDs. Message 1 of Re: multisim using CD Regards, Sil. Message 2 of Yeah i having trouble connecting CD to use it as CD as shown in the picture. Message 3 of Message 4 of Message 5 of Hope that you could find this helpful! Message 6 of Thank you for the suggestions.
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Multisim and Ultiboard
It can be operated using the TV remote handset Load can be any AC operated device which can be connected to the relay. The load turns on for three minutes then goes off. Its output is high at power on and gives 5 volts. When it senses pulsed IR rays, its output becomes low. It is more reliable than the popular timer IC Here the IC is wired as a short duration monostable timer using R3 and C1 as timing components.
Multisim and Ultiboard
Here is a Simple Infrared controlled Switch. It can be operated using the TV remote handset Load can be any AC operated device which can be connected to the relay. The load turns on for three minutes then goes off. Its output is high at power on and gives 5 volts. When it senses pulsed IR rays, its output becomes low. It is more reliable than the popular timer IC Here the IC is wired as a short duration monostable timer using R3 and C1 as timing components.
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