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Emergency LED Light. Powerful & Cheap Circuit LED-716 Emergency Light Schematic

 Emergency LED Light. Powerful & Cheep Circuit LED-716 Emergency Light Schematic

LED-716 is one of the most powerful and very cheep circuit. Try to make at home. 
recommended for beginners. 

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DATA:
D1 to D5 = IN4007
Q1 = C945 NPN
Q2 = D965 NPN
C1 = CL-155J, 250 V.
C2 = 100μF, 16 V.
C3 = 1μF, 50 V.
R1 = 1Ω
R2 = 3Ω
R4 = 5.1Ω
R3 and R5 = 1kΩ
R6 = 390kΩ.
Battery = 1300-1600mAh.
LED = 30 Num, color = White.

INPUT:
90-240 V, AC.
50-60 Hz
Cable = 3A,250V.

OUTPUT;
(This is what this Lamp using)
Current = 0.1 A.
Power = 1 Watt.

3-Option switch or Pattern change

Option  1 = Full Light
Option 2 = OFF
Option 3 = Normal Light

Backe up Time of the Emergency Light lamp.
At Option 1 ( Full light) = 4-6 Hrs
At Option 2 ( Normal Light) 10 Hrs


Here is the full story that how did i make this post.
actually someone bring me a DP-716 Emergency Bulb.so i took the lamp ( for checking/repairing). here you can see the whole story in images. 
 (click images to enlarge)
 here we  have opened for repairing. ( you can also try on such  your home appliances, but keep in mind that safety is more important....)


 Inside Emergency LED Light.  LED-716 Emergency Light.
  Now it is clear that what is the real problem in pic ( two resistor were blown out) so now we want to fix it.

another view. check the circuit that what is the problem here.

Here you can see that what i did in this circuit. because the resistor on the back side ( which i have soldered) was blown out. so the root of problem was that specific resistor.


 Here  we done. Now the pattern change switch is on Option 1 i.e on Full light. the back up time will be 4-6 hours.
 And in this case, the pattern change switch is on Option 3 i.e on Full light. the back up time will be 8-10 hours. also note that , option 2 is for turning off the Bulb light.
By : Engr Wasim Khan
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30 comments:

  1. Nice Post about LED emergency light.I get lot of information by this article.Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Anonymous04:35

    Great job, i got the double sized one (60 LEDs), and also got this problem, the circuit is a little bit different: has two D965 instead of one (guess to get half the load for each), 4 battery cells. but the failure was just like yours with extra blown capacitor C2 100 microF. really i didn't repair it till now as i don't know the cause for this failure. if you need pics for my circuit; just ask for it on ehabahmedie@yahoo.com

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    1. Dear @ Can you please upload pics to our Facebook page??? We will review it. thanks

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  3. it is very useful..to study about the circuit..

    in my emergency light the capacitor was leaked so i changed it.. but now the battery was not charging..while measuring the input voltage to the battery..while the circuit is on it shows around 40V..but the battery is not charging.. could u give any idea...

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    1. What is the rating of the battery?

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  4. Anonymous19:52

    I want to know the battery Voltage please reply.

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  5. Anonymous16:36

    Sit I want to Know about the Potential difference or battery Voltage And what you Specifies is the current. please reply the voltage.

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    1. Battery rating should be 6-9 V, Chrrent rating may be 1300-1600 mAh = i.e 1.3 -1.6 Ah.

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  6. Anonymous16:41

    nice post

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  7. Anonymous14:05

    owesome post sir ... (Y) I get lot of information by this article.Thanks for sharing.

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  8. hi i am kiran
    nice to see this great post
    i have a 12v adaptor.i am still beginner of this so i dont want to go for ac.instead of using ac on inputs i want to supply 12v 800ma.can u please modify this circuit and post to my id-kiranrpatil01@gmail.com.
    thanks in advance
    please reply as soon as possible

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    1. Dear..As you see,,,input is AC....but we convert it into DC because this electronics circuit is working on DC [as usually happen]

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  9. Hi..

    What is the battery voltage for this cct..?

    Thx

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  10. Anonymous13:32

    hi
    i have problam with your drawing...

    i think the D1 (-) side connect with C3 (+) as your printed board photo. the diagram it is connected with D2(+)
    please correct me with checking your diagram and photo.
    my mail jcarolis15@yahoo.com
    thanks

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    1. Just Save this image and then Open in Paint or simple Zoom... You will get it.

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    1. It sounds good, i think it was very useful and u need is battery back up.

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  12. It sounds good, i think it was very useful and all i need is Battery back up........

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  13. Anonymous17:01

    can i use C1 as JD 155k 250v instead CL 155j 250v ?

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    1. Anonymous20:36

      Thanks for your reply. Wow now my light working, how long we need to charge the battery? its possible to add any circuit to indicate battery is full?

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    2. Anonymous20:39

      Can you explain instead of " CL 155j 250V" i used JD 155K 250V, how the circuit work, due to this cause any problem in later? like battery damage or circuit damage like that.

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    3. Red Led near by 5Ohm resistor is a battery indicator..
      To read about battery charging time and current...
      Read the following....
      http://www.electricaltechnology.org/2013/03/easy-charging-time-formula-for.html
      And the diff b/w CL 155J 250V and JD 155K 250V" ...Wait for upcoming posts...Thanks

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  14. Sir I give 12 v battery my circuit is worked or not...please reply

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  15. images don't appear

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    1. Dear Daher Yakoub...
      It is showing here,,, plz check again...

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