There is a very simple flasher circuit transistor integrated 470k, 680ohm, 1n4007, 22UF, cardiac and led 470k resistor is not in my hand I used 560K
The DIAC, or “diode for alternating current”, is a diode that conducts current only after its breakover voltage, VBO, has been reached momentarily.
When this occurs, the diode enters the region of negative dynamic resistance, leading to a decrease in the voltage drop across the diode and, usually, a sharp increase in current through the diode. The diode remains “in conduction” until the current through it drops below a value characteristic for the device, called the holding current, IH. Below this value, the diode switches back to its high-resistance (non-conducting) state. This behavior is bidirectional, meaning typically the same for both directions of current.
220V Led Flasher Work
LED blink rate 22UF capacitor value adjusted by changing the value is minimized LEDs faster burning 22UF capacitor 470k resistance and diac adequate transmission value until it reaches expires (charging) 680ohm resistor on the LED becomes vacant (discharging) of these transactions as a result of the LEDs are blinking
220V Led Flasher With 10uF capacitor
Important: Led reverse if done wrong link capacitor fires
220V Flasher Circuit Diagram
CAUTION Be careful in connection 220v 220V … 240V AC high voltage capacitor connection Observe + – If you connect the high voltage polarity may be large explosions before running the insured Power Line circuit, protective goggles