Basic 555 timer monostable one shot mode circuit
Monostable mode of the 555 time is where the output is stable (held low), until you give a negative pulse to the trigger of the 555 timer. This causes the output to flip to high for a period of time set by a capacitor and resistor. After that period of time, the output returns to the low where it stays until triggered again.
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Using a light dependent resistor, the monostable 555 timer circuit can be triggered by light level. The light dependent resistor (LDR)and a fixed resistor makes a light variable voltage divider. The video below can be watched by clicking this link Light dependent resistor LDR replacing push button switch for 555 timer monostable circuit .
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