Introduction: REMOTE CONTROL ANY APPLIANCES USING TSOP

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Using TSOP IR sensor you can controll any home appliances(cealing fan,refrigerator,etc..)
with any remote.

Step 1: Components Need

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°• TSOP ( any type)
°• capacitor 10 uf × 1
°• resistor
1k × 1
330 ohm × 1
°• LED × 1
°• 6V relay × 1 ( for controling appliance )

Step 2: Circuit

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Here the circuit for IR controlled LED.

Step 3: Replacing Relay

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Just replace the 330 ohm resistor and LED and place the 6 volt relay now you can controll any electrical device.

Comments

Omnivent (author)2015-07-17

Hi,

There's a few issues with your material that you might wanna correct.

First, TSOP is an acronym for a certain SMD package (Thin Small Outline Package) and while I'm aware that some people use this term for what should be termed "Integrated IR receiver", this is neither correct, nor helpful, as it's only certain integrated IR receivers that carry the TSOP prefix (from Vishay), no matter if they're not TSOP packages

Second, your schematic is flawed (and doesn't work as shown), as you swapped collector and emitter of Q1. Further, if you really wanna slow down/integrate the signal from the IR, you'd get better results from placing a resistor in front of C1.

Depending on your power source, a 10..100µF cap over the supply terminals (of the IR receiver) may be needed.

When you get that fixed, you could continue to make a receiver that responds to the actual codes as a new project :)

hemaraj (author)Omnivent2017-04-19

Thank you

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