Introduction: Electronic Dice With UTSOURCE
Electronic Dice is a playful electronic project with integrated electronic components involvement. The dice works extremely well in all favorable conditions a user needs when he/she plays a game. Using beautiful schematic and colorful LEDs' dice reflects enjoyment when biasing. So, let’s begin towards the development.
Step 1: Circuit Diagram
Step 2: Insert the 4017 IC on the Bread Board.
The pins of the IC are designated from 1-16 from left to right and then right to left sequentially
Step 3: Connect Vcc and Ground
Connect pin 16 of the IC to the positive rail of the breadboard and pin 8 to the negative rail of the breadboard.
Step 4: Connect Pin 13 of IC to the Negative Rail of the Bread Board.
Step 5: Connect Pin 5 of the IC to Pin 15 of the Bread Board
Step 6: Connecting Leds
Insert 5 LED’s on the bread board with their cathodes connected to the negative rail and their anode connected to pin 1, pin 2, pin 3, pin 4 and pin 7.
Step 7: Connecting 6th Led
Insert the 6th LED on the breadboard with its anode connected to pin 10 and cathode connected to the negative rail of the breadboard.
Step 8: Then Earth the Negative Terminal of the Bread Board.
Step 9: Connecting Wires
Then connect a wire to pin 14 of the breadboard and leave the other end of the wire open (naked).
Step 10: Connect 9v Battery Clip to the 9v Battery
Step 11: Connecting Power Supply
And insert the power supply on the breadboard
Step 12: Generating Random Numbers
There are 6 LED’s and each LED corresponds to one number on the dice respectively.
So, whenever we touch the open wire the biasing of the number starts and LEDs shuffle.
Step 13: Stop Shuffling by Removing Finger
And when we remove our hand from the wire one number corresponding to the dice will appear, seems nice right.
Step 14: Got the Number "6"
As shown we got the number 6.
Step 15: Conclusion
The electronic Dice is the best playful automated and technology-oriented circuit, it uses IC 4017 that corresponds to the signal when the user touches it and presents the output to us in the emitting form of LED.