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The sounding logic probe/tester

Even if you have an upmarket logic analyzer and are completely at ease with its operation, you are unlikely to use it to debug simple circuits like Arduino and Raspberry Pi add-on boards. That’s where Beep comes in.
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Default: 5%, 0.25 W
R1, R3 = 2.2MOhm
R2 = 1MOhm
R4, R6 = 10kOhm
R5 = 1kOhm
R7 = 0Ohm (alternatively, wire piece)
Default: 0.2” pitch
C1,C2,C3 = 4.7µF 50V (2mm pitch)
C4 = 82pF
C5 = 470nF
C6 = 330nF
C7 = 100nF
IC1 = HEF4040BP (or equivalent)
IC2 = CD4050BE (or equivalent)
IC3 = HEF4093BP (or equivalent)
SW1 = slide switch, 2-pole 3-position (RS 702-3568 or similar)
BZ1 = buzzer 12mm diam.
JP1, JP2 = 2-pin pinheader
2 pcs DIP-16 IC socket (IC1 and IC2)
1 pc DIP-14 IC socket (IC3)
Case, Hammond 1593D
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