Introduction: R E L a Y D U I N O _ High Voltage Control !

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This Instructable is only for Arduino programmers who want to build a board which can directly operate on 220v and can control AC appliances.

Step 1: TO DO !

#1 PCB design

#2 PCB etching

#3 components soldering

#4 programming

Step 2: Components !

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1) 12-0-12 500mA transformer

2) Atmega 328p-pu

3) bridge rectifier

4) crystal 16MHz

5) transistor BC548/BC547/2n222

6)Heat sink

7) 7805ic

8) Led red 5mm

9) Led Blue 5mm

10) capacitor 1000uF

11) capacitor 100uF

12) 10k Ohm

13) 1k ohm

14) 12V relay

15) ferrous chloride

16) copper clad board

17) terminal connectors

18) male headers

19) push button

20) 22pF capacitor

21) pcb Driller

22) Drill bit 0.8mm...1mm

Step 3: PCB Design _Dip Trace

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Design PCB using Diptrace software !!

Download project files here ::

/*will upload soon using mobile now it's in my laptop */

Download Diptrace software here ::

Step 4: NOTE ::

if you want to add components or remove or wish to do any change import project file to Diptrace make a change and take a printout and then etch it .

Step 5: PCB Etching ....!!

Go through this link ..!

and follow etching steps.

Step 6: Components Placement !!

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Place all the components in its corresponding place to solder !

Step 7: Components Soldering !

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Place the components and solder using solder gun !

Step 8: Video !


Step 9: Arduino Bluetooth


AhmedE41 (author)2016-07-25

nice work my friend now all you need is a case ;)

AXR AMAR (author)AhmedE412016-07-25

Yes bro!

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