# How to Make Binary to Decimal(BCD) Counter Project With Circuit Diagram ( With Explanation )

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In this video I've tried to show you "How to Make Binary to Decimal(BCD)

counter project with Circuit Diagram" . I've discussed how it works & gave a small explanation of IC & circuit diagram . This is a most basic project & also an important stuff for EEE or Electronics Engineering students . It embedded in Digital Electronics or Digital Logic Design . We've used a Counter IC named (CD-4511) to complete the project . BCD counter actually convert the given Binary inputs to Decimal output . We've used 4 bit binary codes to accomplish the project . You may add as your own choice . None is stopping you btw :)

## Step 1: ​For Completing This Project You'll Need These Components Below:

1. IC (CD-4511) 2. 1 digit 7-segment Anode/Cathode display 3.Power supply 4.Wires 5.Breadboard

## Step 2: Components

1. IC (CD-4511)

2. 1 digit 7-segment Anode/Cathode display 3.Power supply 4.Wires 5.Breadboard

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