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AMA COMPUTER COLLEGE

OLONGAPO CAMPUS

OLONGAPO CITY

“QUIZ BUZZER”

SUBMITTED BY:

PERMIT #:

ATANACIO, EDRYLE

30

LUNA, ROSEMARIE

288

CORTEZ, ALVEE

GALARETTA, FELIX

197

RELOPEZ, CHISTIAN IAN

404

SUBMITTED TO:

PROF. RUBY ANNE CARABEO

OBJECTIVES:

INSTRUCTOR

APRIL20, 2015

  • 1. To design an efficient quiz show buzzer.

  • 2. To apply all the knowledge/ lecture our professor has given and to further gain knowledge on digital logic through research on internet.

  • 3. To be able to solve minor or major problem of our circuit design.

MATERIALS AND COSTING:

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QUANTITY

PRICE

RedLED

1pc

3

BlueLED

1pc

3

¼ 220 ohm resistor

2pcs

2

¼ 1K ohm resistor

2pcs

2

¼ 10K ohm resistor

4pcs

4

Connecting wires

20yards

200

555 timer ICs (NE555)

2pcs

50

Pcb

1

50

Battery clip for 9V

1

13

9V battery

1

48

Push-Switch

3pcs

152

0.1µF 16V

2pcs

10

1µF 16V

1

5

1N4148

2pcs

2

Buzzer

2

150

Ferric Chloride

1

50

Lead Wire

10yards

100

 

TOTAL:

844

DISCUSSION:

This project can be used for a quiz with up to 3 contestants (or teams). Each contestant

has a trigger push-switchand LED. When a trigger switch is pressed it lights the

corresponding LED, sounds the bleeper and prevents the other trigger switches from

Working - therefore showing which contestant was the first to press their switch. A reset

push-switch (operated by the quizmaster) cancels the bleeper and switches off the LED

so the circuit is ready for the next question.The circuit consists of three 555 timer

bistables which are triggered or reset when their inputs are low.Their reset inputs are

connected together and operated by a single reset push-switch. The trigger switchesare

connected to the bistable trigger (pin 2) through a 0.1μF capacitor so that only the

initial press triggers the bistable; continuing to hold the switch closed will have no

effect. Connecting the switch directly to the bistable would prevent the quizmaster from

resetting the circuit until the triggerswitch was releasedand trials showed that many

contestants kept the switch pressed until asked to give theiranswer! When triggered the

bistable output (pin 3) lights an LED and makes the ‘trigger line’ high – this prevents

any other bistable being triggered and sounds the bleeper. A diode is used to link the

output tothe trigger line.

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM:

GALLERY:

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CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION:

The circuit use in implementing quiz show buzzer is not practical to use in crowded

room since the buzzer emits soft sounds and can only use one LED per buzzer.

Furthermore, the quiz master needs to manually trigger the reset button for the buzz

sound to stop. We recommend to implement quiz show buzzer using different circuit

that provides the shortcomings of circuit used.