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Need a schematic design for a simple circuit. Answered

I was wondering if anyone here could help me design a particular circuit.

The "device" would need a single button. When said button is pressed a buzzing sound would occur ( kinda like in game shows, you know that wrong answer sound?) then wait for five minutes and automatically buzz again by its self.

Press once (BUZZ) wait 5 minutes buzzes again without the need to press again.

I am perfectly capable of reading schematics and building prototype circuits. I just have no "nack" for design as of yet.

Any help on this issue would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for reading my post.

PS: I am a little rusty on some of the symbols, therefore a legend would be great.

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dudes (author)2015-01-07

Would something like this (https://www.instructables.com/id/Homemade-Annoy-a-thing-Annoy-a-tron/) work? The timing could be adjusted to be very near 5 minutes. Or does it need to buzz only twice? Anything else I'm missing?

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ClaynEva (author)dudes2015-01-15

Yes it would need to buzz only twice. It
is for my dogs. I have a very busy work schedule and I don't want them
to take to long going to the "bathroom".

One of my dogs does this (poop dance) thingy that lasts for like 20+ minutes.

So
when I am running out of time I will press the button and they will
hear a buzz then after five minutes another buzz. My hope is that the
dogs will learn that the buzz means they have to go or suffer until I am
done working. They DO NOT like to go in the house, so I have got that
working for me.

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dudes (author)ClaynEva2015-01-18

Ahh, I don't know of any circuits that would do that, I'll be sure to let you know if I find anything, but I'm afraid that that may be beyond me.

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ClaynEva (author)dudes2015-01-22

Well thank you for your assistance.

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dudes (author)ClaynEva2015-01-23

It would actually be very easy to do using an Arduino or ATtiny, have you ever messed around with those?

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