Home Made Bright White LED Torch Flashlight Circuit Diagram DIY

Simple Diy Flashlight Torch Electronic Circuit Diagram

Led flash light torch light circuit diagram

This post was first published in my old wordpress blogs at http://zidsdreamyworld.wordpress.com and http://ziddique.wordpress.com, these blogs now replaced with this website

Here is one easy to build LED Torch Flashlight circuit powered using a rechargeable 3.7 V mobile phone battery.

I have been using this circuit for a long time, so i thought posting schematic of this torch flash light might be useful for some DIY people like me as it is a very useful circuit to build. this torch light circuit can provide good battery backup. the circuit uses 3 high bright white LEDs to provide sufficient light in the

darkness.

A recharge slot,preferably a USB female port can be included in the circuit to recharge the battery using a mobile phone charger, so this cool circuit becomes cooler and useful and you can charge this device with a mobile phone charger. If you use usb slot for charging, you should remove the diode 1n4007.


How does this circuit work?

When you press the S1 switch, the 3.7V supply is passed to base of T1 transistor through R2 resistor, since the T1 is used here as a switch, it turns ON and since its lead is connected to the “-” (negative) or cathode terminals of the LEDs, all LEDs get forward biased and emit light. The charging section includes a Diode to protect the battery from discharging to the charger. L1 is used as an indicator for indicating that the torch is in charging mode.

Circuit diagram

Led flash light torch light circuit diagram

D1 – 1N4007 diode

R1 – 1k resistor

LED1 – Red or any color LED

S1 – on/off switch

R2 – 560 ohms resistor

T1 – 2N5551 transistor(2n3904,s8050 etc can be used too.)

L2 – 3 low current bright white LEDs

3.7V cellphone battery

Suitable recharge slot
The circuit can be inserted in a tiny enclosure for comfortably carrying with you

Warnings

  • Do not turn the torch ON while charging as it may destroy the transistor or LEDs
  • Unplug the charger after 1 hour of recharge, although new batteries are capable of protecting themselves, let’s just be on the safe side, just in case.

Circuit designed by Myself


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