This Infrared remote controller uses common household remote for controlling a relay. Normal remote controls use 38KHz signal for remote control of TV, DVD etc. That signal is detected by IR detector 1738 and each click turns the relay on/off. This is intended as school project due to non-dedicated button for control (any key of remote operates the relay). Students can understand InfraRed remote control principles better by experimenting with this kit.
Also, there is one on-off switch on the board for manual control of relay.
Output terminals are used as switch to turn on/off AC/DC device upto 250 V
- Ease of assembly/soldering of Kit
- Commonly available components are used
- LED indicator to show on/off status of relay
- High Quality FR4 PCBs
- Quick despatch with tracking ID
Easy, quick assembly of kit by component placement diagram using labelled components and parts list. Parts number printed on PCB with polarity.
Designed and tested by experienced HAMs