DIY Remote Control Switch Kit by 2262/2272 M4 Bread Board & Relay for Maker

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Introduction: DIY Remote Control Switch Kit by 2262/2272 M4 Bread Board & Relay for Maker

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smart home is coming to our life. if we want smart home come true, we need many remote control switch.

today we going to do a test, do an easy circuit to learn the theory of remote control switch.

this kit design by SINONING ROBOT

Step 1: What We Need?

we can see the photo above .

and we have give you a list.

Step 2: See the Theory Diagram

we have make a simple diagram to show it,

and we have draw an diagram using bread board to show it clearly.

if you have any question, please feel free to ask me.

Step 3: Do It

use three photo to show it. just follow.

Step 4: VIDEO Guide to Make Remote Control Switch.

we have give an list to tell you what component going to use, if you
feel it difficult to collect them, you can direct buy the kit from HERE

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    13 Discussions

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    eel_dahc
    eel_dahc

    11 months ago

    Is the breadboard drawing correct? It looks like it has battery negative going to 5v pin and battery positive going to pin D0.

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    LucianoD18
    LucianoD18

    12 months ago

    Hello tha'ts just what i have to do but i did not get that transistor y i bought the bc327 replacement. I just connected emisor and collector properlly but it does not turn-on0ff the relé. if i connect a led-resistor to ground it works fine, Do you know what can i do? Thanks a lot.

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    TamzidA
    TamzidA

    2 years ago

    Can I do the same with 220v light bulb to operate remotely?

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    Jean0x7BE
    Jean0x7BE

    Reply 1 year ago

    Yes you can!
    I've made an instructable that does exactly that - same principle as this instructable, just a bit more than a proof of concept. Search for ac light radio controlled if you wish to view a working implementation that I've kept going for a number of years.

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    Jean0x7BE
    Jean0x7BE

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Perhaps it would be simpler to use a transistor instead of a relay board to turn on and off the LED. I'm gonna try this asap as I got the parts, but haven't figured out how to use my remote control yet. (315 mhz). Thanks!

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    SINONING
    SINONING

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    in order to control high voltage, so we use relay.

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    Gomi no Sensei
    Gomi no Sensei

    4 years ago

    I remember when Instructables didn't have businesses posting their overpriced products as projects on here. All the components can be purchased for this project for less than HALF what the Author is charging. BUYER BEWARE !

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    Heatlinegas
    Heatlinegas

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Nice one

    Can you help me I need to turn off the A/C when the door is open and back on when closed,

    I was thinking of a double pole reed switch magnetic hacked into the control fob your are using, so it will flip flop the relay, can only find open signals not working both ways

    I bought this


    http://www.aliexpress.com/item/DC-12V-4-CH-4CH-RF-...

    Any ideas or help would be great thanks

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    diy_bloke
    diy_bloke

    Reply 4 years ago on Step 2

    oh, i see. it is a 315MHz receiver module