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Can someone make a breadboard layout for this schematic? Answered

I already have a pulse detector module.. simple with LED and photodector.. It has 3 pins: VCC, GND and one ouput(from photodetector) as signal..
I want to amplify the signal using op amp LM324
i have the following resistors available:
10Ω、22Ω、47Ω、100Ω、150Ω、200Ω、220Ω、270Ω、330Ω、

470Ω、510Ω、680Ω、1KΩ、2KΩ、2.2KΩ、3.3KΩ、4.7KΩ、

5.1KΩ、6.8KΩ、10KΩ、20KΩ、47KΩ、51KΩ、68KΩ、100KΩ、

220KΩ、300KΩ、470KΩ、680KΩ、1M

and following capacitors
50V 2.2UF

100V 10UF

50V 10UF

16V 100UF

16V 47UF

25V 33UF

50V 1UF

16V 220UF

50V 0.22UF

50V 4.7UF

50V 0.47UF

25V 22UF

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LiveSparks
LiveSparks

Best Answer 5 years ago

I am using transistors instead of MCP6002 where the + is represented by e and the - by c.

making this scematic took more time than it would have on an real breadboard.

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Rahul27
Rahul27

Answer 5 years ago

hey.. thank you for doing this time consuming task.. I'll try this soon

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Rahul27
Rahul27

Answer 5 years ago

hey there.. thanks for the help, I appreciate it..

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Josehf Murchison
Josehf Murchison

Answer 5 years ago

Yea I like 123D for its bread boarding and Arduino.

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Rahul27
Rahul27

Answer 5 years ago

hey there.. thanks for the help.. 123d sounds awesome for beginners like me

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LiveSparks
LiveSparks

5 years ago

OK!! Sorry for the bad layout. How about this. You make the layout and I'll delete my previous comment.

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

5 years ago

You need to teach yourself how to do it.

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iceng
iceng

Answer 5 years ago

I agree ... the last guy we helped layout didn't even say thanks.

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rickharris
rickharris

Answer 5 years ago

That's because your paid to respond..... Oh, wait a moment, no your not a paid employee, you volunteer your time and knowledge - silly me.

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iceng
iceng

Answer 5 years ago

As you do and have for 5600+ Helpful Answers...

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LiveSparks
LiveSparks

5 years ago

I am sorry that it is confusing but I know what it is. It's just that the software that I was using didn't have any 8 pin IC's so I used the available 3 pin component to make a 'you understand' circuit.