Touch Activated Table Lamp

A touch table lamp is a lighting device activated by human touch instead of a push button, flip or mechanical switch. The current circuit of a touch lamp is activated by human body capacitance. The body of a person has a property called capacitance, which is used to trigger lighting of the lamp. Capacitance refers to the object’s capacity to hold electrons. When standing on the table, the lamp itself has certain capacitance, but it still needs a circuit that will charge and fill the lamp with a particular number of electrons. Therefore, when a person touches the lamp, his or her body adds some electrons and when the lamp is filled the circuit detects the difference and lights. The touch activated land has various components namely the metal antenna, light bulb, flip-flop memory bit, low-voltage power supply, touch sensitive circuitry and a high-voltage electronic switch. The antenna is the metal shell, which receives positive charge imbalance from the touch sense circuitry followed a negative one. When the process repeats, the high current goes to the antenna, which sends a signal to the memory circuit that causes the lamp to go on and off. The memory bit has two electronic switches (flip and flop) that remind the lamp when to go on or off. For instance, when a signal comes from the touch sense circuitry, one of the switches flip on one side and sends a signal to light the bulb…

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