How to make an electronic ding dong doorbell

In this article, I am going to describe, how you can make a dual-tone electronic doorbell.

For making this project I have used very popular timer IC 555.

When you press the button then the IC generates a tone & after release, the button The IC generates a different tone so it’s sound like a ding dong bell.

You need to make

  1. Small speaker
  2. Capacitor 10 mfd /25v
  3. Capacitor 100 mfd/25v
  4. 47K resistor – 4 pcs
  5. Diode IN 4148 2 pcs
  6. Ceramic capacitor 0.01uf – 2 pcs
  7. Ceramic capacitor 0.001uf
  8. Microswitch
  9. terminal block – 2 pcs
  10. IC 555
  11. 8 pin IC base
  12. 4 X AA batteries & battery holder Or any DC 6v power source
  13. Wire
  14. PCB ( from )

How to get PCB for this project

I have designed a circuit & make it in a PCB. You can download the PCB Gerber file from here. Then upload the Gerber file to

PCB of electronic ding- dong bell (Front side)
PCB of electronic ding- dong bell (Back side)

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Assembling of components

The assembling of components is very easy. All components value, polarity is printed in the PCB so just follow the printed components on the PCB. Use two terminal blocks for speaker connection & power.

About the circuit

When the switch is pressed the circuit is working as an Astable Multivribator and its output changes cautiously between high & low states. The output in an Astable Multivibrator oscillates between two states at a constant rate. As a result, a square wave signal is given at its output. So we can hear a tone in speaker.

The schematic diagram of this project

Important note : –

Please use 3 volt to 6 volt DC to run the circuit. don’t use more 6volt otherwise, the IC may burn.

Watch the tutorial video on YouTube

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