By Sharma M.C.
Time in your palms! With the monolithic built-in circuit 555 you will get exact timing levels of microseconds to hours, self sufficient of provide voltage adaptations. this flexible machine has a great number of attention-grabbing functional functions, specially for digital hobbyists.
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