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Re: Combination Circuits/Schematics

PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2018 3:57 pm
by tiffy

If M = 0, the 4-bit Binary number pass through the X-OR Gates unmodified or in TRUE form.

If M = 1, the 4-bit Binary number will be inverted by the X-OR Gates (Complement) at the output.

This circuit is normally used in Adding/Subtracting Circuits.

Re: Combination Circuits/Schematics

PostPosted: Sat Sep 22, 2018 8:36 am
by tiffy

The sequence of each Button A through F is recorded in the order they are pressed.

Example: If button D is pressed first it will be allocated the value 1 and when Button A is pressed next it will be allocated the value 2 and so forth.

Re: Combination Circuits/Schematics

PostPosted: Sat Sep 22, 2018 8:52 am
by RJHollins
Not sure why I would want ... but I just had to look at the circuit out of curiosity [as well as looking to learn
something new].

That's one reason I like following your post and schematics.

Thanks Tiffy 8-)

Re: Combination Circuits/Schematics

PostPosted: Sat Sep 22, 2018 10:03 am
by tiffy

The Goal Progress Time is recorded against a Button when Buttons A through F is pressed.

NOTE: There is a stock primitive "teaching goal progress timer" which startup its timer the moment that the schematic is started, but it cannot be Reset to zero (0) once it has started.

This "Goal Progress Timer v1.0" differs from the "teaching goal progress timer" in that it can be Started up and being Reset at any time and can even be used in a similar manner as the stock primitive.

I should actually split the module into separate units like A, B, C, D, E, F which should make it more usable - I will see when I have a little spare time and then I will upload it.

Re: Combination Circuits/Schematics

PostPosted: Sat Sep 22, 2018 5:13 pm
by tiffy

In this schematic, I have split the “GOAL” module and the “GOAL PROGRESS TIMER” module into separate units.

Make as many copies of the first "Goal" module as needed up to 1000.

When the "Goal Progress Timer" is switched On and you click randomly on the Trigger Buttons of the "Goals" the "Goal Progress Timer" module will allocate each of the "Goals" Numbers in the order that you press the Trigger Buttons and at the same time the "Time" in H:M:Sec:mSec will be allocated against the relative "Goal" Number in the Text "Result" column.

A "Goal" output which displays a zero (0) indicates that its Trigger Button has not yet been pressed and therefore no Time or Goal Number is allocated in the Text "Results" column.

NOTE: When the schematic is started up the "Goal Progress Timer" automatically Startup if you want to make use of this function. Else you can Manually switch OFF the "Goal Progress Timer" module after startup and Start it Manually when required.

Re: Combination Circuits/Schematics

PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 8:30 am
by tiffy

When the Start Timer Button is pressed, the Schematic allows only one Trigger to pass within a specified Time-out period irrespective of how many times the Input Trigger Button is pressed.

However, when the Time-out occurred a trigger cannot pass to the output until the Start Timer Button is pressed again.

**The Time cannot be extended by pressing the Start Timer Button several times in succession.

Re: Combination Circuits/Schematics

PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2018 10:12 am
by tiffy

This is an electronic version of a throwable object that can rest in multiple positions, used for generating random numbers from 1 to 6.

Dice are suitable as gambling devices for games like craps and are also used in non-gambling tabletop games.

When you press the Play Button the Dice will 'roll' until it comes to 'rest' and displays a random number.

You can select different Colors for the LED's between Red, Green, Blue, Orange, and Yellow.

Re: Combination Circuits/Schematics

PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2018 5:17 pm
by RJHollins
Works great. Thanks Tiffy.

[really like the 'Press Once' module].

Re: Combination Circuits/Schematics

PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2018 11:23 pm
by tiffy

3-Input AND Gate
3-Input NAND Gate
3-Input OR Gate
3-Input NOR Gate
3-Input XOR Gate

All the relevant TRUTH Tables are incuded in the Schematic.

Re: Combination Circuits/Schematics

PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2018 12:07 pm
by tiffy

1-set of 18 blinking LED Switches (Martin wrote the Ruby Code for the Blinking - thank you Martin, but I added more different Colors. I made a Blinking LED from Primitives, not included here, but I prefer Martin's version thereof).

1-set of 18 Static LED Switches to which I added more different colors.

Both Blinking and Static LED Switches (they are all Boole Switches) can be scaled up/down and you have many colors to choose from (Each LED have 5 different Colors to select from). The colors are the same as those I made on a previous occasion for the sets of LED's I uploaded on another post of mine.