We use water siphon engines to draw groundwater and fill it in our tanks. There might be cases in which the client turns ON the engine and fails to remember it. This prompts wastage of water. Presently to lessen these sorts of water wastage, we will construct a water level pointer circuit utilizing 555 timer IC. This is a helpful venture which identifies the water level and gives a sign (ringer) to the client demonstrating that the water has arrived at the ideal level. To recognize the water level we will connect two wires in the tank in a stature where the client needs the water level to be kept up. The opposite finish of one wire is associated with VCC and the opposite finish of the other wire is associated with pin 4 of the IC 555 timer. In the event that the water level arrives at the ideal level it will short both the wires. Current streams from VCC to stick 4, which resets the flip lemon and triggers the ringer
The IC 555 timer can be worked in 3 modes when associated with an additional outside circuit. The 3 modes are 1) A-steady 2) Mono-stable 3) Bi-Stable. In a stable mode, the clock contains no steady state, which implies the yield will be ceaselessly differing in the middle of high and low states. In mono stable mode, the clock contains just one stable state, which is either high or low. On the off chance that the steady state is low, when a hinder happens, the yield state changes from low to high. At the point when the interfere with passes, it will return to its underlying state, which is LOW in this model. In Bistable mode, the IC 555 timer contains 2 stable states. In the event that a hinder happens, the state changes to LOW or HIGH, state contingent on the past state and stays in that state until except if another hinder happens. By utilizing IC 555 timer in a stable mode, it tends to be utilized as a clock, square wave generator. By utilizing it in a bistable mode, it very well may be utilized in applications, where the control of the heap ought to be finished utilizing a solitary catch. By utilizing it in monostable mode, it tends to be utilized in applications like manual clock generator for investigating reason, and so on
Here is a basic water level alert circuit utilizing 555 timer that will create a perceptible caution when the water level arrives at a preset level. The circuit can be fueled of a 3V battery and is exceptionally convenient to utilize.
Water Level Circuit Diagram
List of Component
R1 – 1K
R2 – 100k
C1 – 2.2Uf 15V
IC1 – NE555
K1 – Buzzer
B1 – 3V Battery
How to Water Level Circuit Work
The circuit depends on a stable multivibrator wired around IC1 (NE 555).The working recurrence of the a stable multivibrator here will rely upon capacitor C1, protections R1,R2 and the opposition across the tests A&B. When there is no water up to the probes, they will be open thus the multivibrator won’t deliver motions and the bell won’t beep. When there is water up to the degree of probes, some ebb and flow will go through the water, the circuit will be shut to some extend, and the IC will begin creating motions in a recurrence corresponding to the estimation of C1,R1,R2 and the obstruction of water across the probes. The ringer will signal to show the presence of water up to the level of the detecting tests.