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generating 10V ac with 555 timer

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roronoa

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Hi evryone, i know that 555 timer can be used to generated certain frequency by adjusting the resistors.

Therefore , is it possible to used it to generated a 10V Ac?and how can this be done?

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You will probably need a transformer to connect between the 555 output (via a capacitor) and your load.
 

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the 555 power supplied with 5 to 18 volts, then use a high voltage like 14 volts to supply your 555 IC, or use a MOSFET at the output to switch the output around 10v to get your 10v AC.
 

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