Relay Driver with Strobe

LM111 comparator can be used o design a relay driver with TTL strobe, this can be used to provide more control of your relay driver. You can control the strobe input using a microcontroller or otherĀ  digital signal. Here is the schematic diagram of the relay driver:

Relay Driver with Strobe circuit schematic diagram

[Source: National Semiconductor Application Note]

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