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Assembly and Operating Instructions for HiViz.com Kits

 

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Parts for the Multi-Trigger 2 Kit (MT2, Build 3)

 

Assembly instructions for other kits

 

Parts Guide (MT2, build 3)

 

Below is a list of the parts supplied with the Multi-Trigger 2 Kit. Click on the photos for larger images.

 

Resistors (fixed value)

Potentiometers (variable)

Capacitors

Semiconductors and sockets

Transducers and optoelectronics

Switches

Project box parts

Connectors, cable, and wire

 

We may occasionally make changes to the parts list without notice in order to improve the product.

 

The number of parts, when greater than 1, is given in parentheses to the right of the Name/Description.

 

ID

Location Name/Description

Photo

color code, number on part, or product code Notes
    PC board (large) PCB   This is the main board for the Multi-Trigger circuitry.
    PC board (small) PC board   This board is used to mount the interrupter for the interrupter photogate cable.

Resistors (fixed value)

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R1, R3,

R10, R12, R13

Lid 1 kΩ (5) 1k resistor brown-black-red  
R2, R14, R15 Lid 100 Ω (3) 100-ohm resistor brown-black-brown  
R4, R11 Lid 470 Ω (2) 470-ohm resistor yellow-violet-brown  
R6 PCB 10 Ω 10-ohm resistor brown-black-black  
R7 PCB 1 MΩ 1M resistor brown-black-green  
R8, R9 PCB 22 kΩ (2) 22k resistor red-red-orange  
Potentiometers (variable)

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P1, P2 Lid 10 kΩ max (2) linear taper pot LP10 for sound trigger and photogate sensitivity adjustments
P3, P5 Lid 100 kΩ max (2) linear taper pot LP100 for fine delay and timeout adjustments
P4 Lid 1 MΩ max linear taper pot LP1M for coarse delay

 

 

PK Pointer knobs (5) knob PK pointers for potentiometer settings

Capacitors

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C1, C6 PCB 0.0047 μf (2) 0.0047-uf capacitor 472 This and other disc capacitors do not have polarity.
C2, C4, C5, C13 PCB 0.047 μf (4) 0.047-uf capacitor 473  
C3 PCB 0.47 μf 0.47-uf capacitor   Views from two sides are shown. The shorter leg is negative for all the cylindrical capacitors.
C7, C11 PCB 10 μf (2) 10-uf capacitor    
C8 PCB 0.01 μf 0.01-uf capacitor 103  
C9 PCB 2.2 μf 2.2-uf capacitor    
C10 PCB 470 μf 470-uf capacitor    
C12 PCB 0.1 μf 0.1-uf capacitor 104 or 104Z  
C14 PCB 100 μf 100-uf capacitor    

Semiconductors and sockets

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SCR1 PCB

 

Silicon-controlled rectifier

(400 V)

EC103D SCR TYN408G

for sound trigger output

SCR2 PCB

Silicon-controlled rectifier

(400 V)

EC103D SCR EC103D

for photogate output

IC555

LM386

PS2501

PCB

8-pin socket (3)

8-pin socket  

Three of these are provided for the LM555CN, LM386N, and PS2501 ICs.

IC555 PCB 555 timer IC 555 timer LM555CN

555 timer pins

Note the location of pin 1 relative to the notch on the IC.

LM386 PCB LM386N IC 555 timer LM386N

LM386 pins

Note the location of pin 1 relative to the notch on the IC.

PS2501 PCB

Optocoupler (2)

PS2501 optoisolator PS2501 Two of these are mounted in a single 8-pin socket.
IC556 PCB 14-pin socket for 556 timer IC 14-pin socket  

556 timer pins

Note the location of pin 1 relative to the notch on the IC.

PCB 556 timer IC 556 timer NE556N

Transducers and optoelectronics

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Sensor

cable

Piezo disc Piezo disc PZ  
 

Sensor

cable

Infrared emitter Infrared LED ILED The longer leg is positive. The flat on the lip is nearer the shorter leg.
 

Sensor

cable

Infrared phototransistor Infrared phototransistor IPT The shorter leg is positive. The flat on the lip is nearer the shorter leg.
 

Sensor

cable

Interrupter Interrupter INT

interrupter pins

1 = LED (+)

2 = LED (-)

3 = PT (-)

4 = PT (+)

 

LED1

LED2

LED3

Lid Red LED (3) red LED RLED

Used for power on (LED1), photogate alignment indicator (LED2), and triggering indicator (LED3).

The shorter leg is negative. This is also the leg nearest the flat on the lip of the case.

Switches

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SPST1/2/3,

SPDT1/2

Lid

Two-position switch (5)

SPDT switch (red)
SW2

Three of the switches are used for the on-off and focus/review functions. The other two are used for the input and delay range selectors.

 

Project Box Parts

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Name HiViz.com product code Photo Quantity Function Polarity and Connections

Large project box

6.0" long x 3.5" wide x 1.875"

PB-L project box 1    
Labels   no photo   Stick-on labels are provided in strips to identify the components on the project box.  
Template for box lid   template 1 A paper template is provided in order to obtain the correct placement of holes for the components.  
9-V battery holder 9BH laydown battery holder 1 9-V battery clips in to this laydown container. The supplied hook and loop strips are used to stick the holder down to the inside of the project box. red wire is positive; black is negative
Pushbutton, momentary, normally open PBO pushbutton switch 1 Used a test button for the delay unit no polarity
Panel jack for AC/DC adapter PJ AC/DC jack 1 Receptacle for 9-V AC/DC adapter as an alternate power source When the AC/DC adapter is not plugged into the jack, terminals 1 and 2 are shorted internally. This connection opens when the adapter is plugged in. Because of this feature, terminals 2 and 3 are used to supply power from the adapter, while terminals 1 and 2 are used to supply power from the battery. Terminal 2 is shared by the two power sources and is connected to ground.
3.5mm mono panel jack 35MJ 3.5mm mono panel jack 2 One of these is used as a receptacle for the microphone cord; the other is used as an input jack for triggers other than the on-board sound and photogate triggers. Examples include a contact trigger and a light-activated trigger.

When a plug is not inserted into the jack, terminals 2 and 3 are shorted internally. This connection opens when a plug is inserted. Terminals 2 and 3 are used to connect the sound trigger and photogate to the delay unit internally. Terminals 1 and 3 are used to connect an external trigger to the delay unit.

3.5mm stereo panel jack 35SJ 3.5mm stereo panel jack 3 One of these is used as a receptacle for the photogate cord and the other two are used for the output jacks. Terminals 1-3 connect to the sleeve, ring, and tip respectively of the corresponding stereo plug.
LED holder LED-M LED holder 3 Used to mount LEDs on the project box.  
1" Standoffs   Standoffs

4

Used to hold the PCB away from the lid components  
4-40 bolts, 1/4" long   Bolts 8 Used to mount the PCB to the lid and the standoffs  

 

Connectors, Cables, and Wire

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Name HiViz.com product code Photo Quantity Function Polarity and Connections

3.5mm mono connector (male)

35MP

3.5mm mono plug

1 This is the plug for the microphone cable.

The sleeve is connected to ground and the tip to the microphone input.

3.5mm stereo connector (male) 35SP 3.5mm stereo plug 2 This is the plug for the photogate cord. One is for the interrupter-style photogate and the other for the individual emitter and detector style. The tip is connected to +9 V, the ring to the photogate input, and the sleeve to a 470-ohm dropping resistor that then goes to ground on the breadboard.
2-conductor cable 2CA-3 2-conductor cable 3 ft Used for the microphone cable  
3-conductor cable 3CA-6 3-conducor cable 6 ft Used for the two photogate cables  
Hook up wire

red

white

yellow

blue

green

hookup wire

2.0 ft

1.5 ft

3.0 ft

2.0 ft

1.0 ft

Used to make connections between the PCB and the project box lid. (1.5 ft of the yellow wire is used for the photogate cable with individual emitter and detector.)  
Multi-strand wire

red

black

2-conductor cable 3 in each The red and black wires inside the gray sheath (see to right) are used to make extensions for the battery holder wires.  
Stick-on number labels   template 1 Numbers from 1 - 15 and 17-21 used to temporarily identify the jumper wires to solder from the lid to the PCB  
3/32" heat-shrink tubing   heat-shrink tubing 8 in Used in wiring the microphone cable, the photogate cable for individual emitter and detector, and extensions for the battery holder wires  
3/16" heat-shrink tubing   3 in Used for the microphone cable  

 

 

 


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