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IR Remote Control Arduino Based Electric Board

Arduino based electric board controlling system, Can be controlled using any universal IR remote. good IR receiving range and support 12 CH.

IR Remote Control Arduino Based Electric Board

Supplies

IR Remote Control Arduino Based Electric Board supplies

1) Soldering Iron

2) Solder wire

3) plier

4) multimeter

5) solder flux

6) wires

7) battery

8) connectors

10) wick for desolder

Step 1: Introduction

Hello guys, today we are going to make a remote-control universal switch on/off 3 channel circuit. Though this we can control any load like: fan, light, bulb, TV, charger or any other electrical appliances under 1000watts.

This circuit can be controlled using any IR (infrared) remote, it may be of Tv, A.C or any universal remote. We will build this circuit using very less and readily available components. This project is Sponsored By JLCPCB.

Step 2: Basic Idea

Step 2 IR Remote Control Arduino Based Electric Board supplies

First of all, we will decode our IR remote to get proper data (HEX numbers) Example “F887E790”. Then according to the Hex values, we will program Arduino to make ON/OFF function. And collect the output from digital pins of Arduino. After that we will build a controlling circuit using transistor and optocoupler as a switch. Through this circuit Relay is controlled and we can connect any type of load to ON/OFF.

Step 3: Remote Decoding Tutorial

Step 3 IR Remote Control Arduino Based Electric Board

Step 4: Breadboard Schematics

Step 4 IR Remote Control Arduino Based Electric Board

Step 5: Components Required

1) SPDT relay x3

2) BC547 transistor x3

3) PC817 optocoupler x3

4) Atmega328p or Arduino

5) Crystal 16Mhz x1

6) 1k Resistor x 9

7) 10k resistor x1

8) 22pf capacitor x2

9) 100nf capacitor x1

10) Screw terminals x3

11) 5mm red led x3

12) 100ohm resistor x1

13) General purpose PCB x1

14) 9v battery

15) 1N4007 Diode x3

16) TSOP 1738- IR receiver x1

Step 6: Circuit Diagram

Step 6 IR Remote Control Arduino Based Electric Board

Step 7: Circuit Making

Step 7 IR Remote Control Arduino Based Electric Board

We will make this circuit in sections, so that circuit can be more understandable to us. First mount all the relays and screw terminals corresponding to it as shown in the PCB.

Taking idea from circuit diagram and PCB, mount all other components transistor, optocoupler, resistors, diodes and led. Using the same idea, we can increase relay channels from one to three and even more. Maximum relay channels that can be supported using this method is 12.

After controlling circuit, we will build microcontroller and power supply section, here we are using Atmega328p- 8bit Arduino’s popular microcontroller. This is more than enough for this type of project, Atmega328p works on 16Mhz crystal and also have EEPROM feature. EEPROM is helpful to keep last state of relays in mind when power goes off or disconnected.

In last we will connect TSOP-1738 and read Hex data values using Arduino digital input pin. Code is exactly turn ON/OFF the corresponding relay as stated in code.

A 9volt battery is enough to power the circuit properly. Our microcontroller and relays work on 5volts, that’s why using 9volt battery, a 5volt regulator (7805) is mandatory to use.

While working with general purpose PCB board, we should use pointed tip soldering iron, 63/37 solder wire and try to build this circuit using bridge soldering method.

Step 8: Circuit Pcb

Step 8 IR Remote Control Arduino Based Electric Board

Download all the required files, circuit diagram, schematics, Code and PCB Gerber files from here

Step 9: Circuit Details

Basically, we are dividing the circuit concept of this projects in some steps:

Step1: Decoding the IR remote, to decode any universal IR remote using Arduino just read our other project Article. So that it will be clearer to you. Follow this link here.

Step2: Make the circuit using schematics given above or you may use Our PCB Gerber file to directly order this project from JLCPCB.

Step3: Upload the given code in atmega328p microcontroller.

Step 10: PCB Single Layer Layout

Step 10 IR Remote Control Arduino Based Electric Board

Step 11: Working

Step 11 IR Remote Control Arduino Based Electric Board

Every button in IR remote has different hex number data, if we want to turn ON/OFF a device, we need two buttons of IR remote. One to switch ON and other one to switch OFF the same device.

Similarly, here we are making 3 channel relay controllers, that’s why we need 6 different buttons. Also, when we want to switch ON/OFF all the devices at same time, we need two more buttons. In total our IR remote should have 8 buttons.

When remote release IR hex data, it will be captured at receiver end and microcontroller decode the data, immediately turn ON/OFF the respective pin.

This code only controls the digital pins of Arduino. To switch ON/OFF any load we cannot directly mount relay on any microcontroller without controlling and switching circuit. That’s why here we are using a combination of optocoupler and NPN transistor as a switch to control the relay properly. Optocoupler is used to control transistor and further relay and mains load. Download the proper IR library from Here.

Step 12: Arduino Code

/* hello guys this code is designed by Sagar saini, youtube channel- sagar networks

* follow us on hackster using this link

* If the code not work, try to update IR libraries or download new and compatible library from my website.

* link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/14ooV9b64H_579zfkCLHSwh-WmZjaBadH/view?usp=sharing this code is 4 channel relay/ but work fine on this 3 channel relay pcb.

* To decode the data of any universal ir remote follow this link:

https://www.hackster.io/sainisagar7294/arduino-based-ir-remote-decoder-ac67c4

* I am always available on Instagram so please check out me there: saini_sagar_7294

*/

#include <IRremote.h>

const int RECV_PIN=8;

IRrecv irrecv(RECV_PIN);

decode_results results;

#define Relay1 12 // Load1 Pin Out

#define Relay2 11 // Load2 Pin Out

#define Relay3 10 // Load3 Pin Out

#define Relay4 9 // Load4 Pin Out

int load1, load2, load3, load4, power;

void setup()

{

Serial.begin(9600);

pinMode(Relay1, OUTPUT); // declare as output for Load1 Pin Relay1

pinMode(Relay2, OUTPUT); // declare as output for Load2 Pin Relay2

pinMode(Relay3, OUTPUT); // declare as output for Load3 Pin Relay3

pinMode(Relay4, OUTPUT); // declare as output for Load4 Pin Relay4

digitalWrite(Relay1, 0); // Turn Off Load1

digitalWrite(Relay2, 1); // Turn Off Load2

digitalWrite(Relay3, 1); // Turn Off Load3

digitalWrite(Relay4, 1); // Turn Off Load4

irrecv.enableIRIn(); // Start the receiver

irrecv.blink13(true);

}

void loop() {

if (IrReceiver.decode())

{

Serial.println(IrReceiver.decodedIRData.decodedRawData, HEX);

if(IrReceiver.decodedIRData.decodedRawData==0xED127F80){ // For Load1 ON ( change the hex value ED127F80 to your remote value)

load1 = 0;

}

else if(IrReceiver.decodedIRData.decodedRawData==0xE51A7F80){ // For Load1 Off

load1 = 1;

}

else if(IrReceiver.decodedIRData.decodedRawData==0xFE017F80){ // For Load2 On

load2 = 0;

}

else if(IrReceiver.decodedIRData.decodedRawData==0xFD027F80){ // For Load2 Off

load2 = 1;

}

else if(IrReceiver.decodedIRData.decodedRawData==0xFB047F80){ // For Load3 On

load3 = 0;

}

else if(IrReceiver.decodedIRData.decodedRawData==0xFA057F80){ // For Load3 Off

load3 = 1;

}

else if(IrReceiver.decodedIRData.decodedRawData==0xF8077F80){ // For Load4 On

load4 = 0;

}

else if(IrReceiver.decodedIRData.decodedRawData==0xF7087F80){ // For Load4 Off

load4 = 1;

}

else if(IrReceiver.decodedIRData.decodedRawData==0xE11E7F80){ // For Load4 Off

load1=0;

load2=0;

load3=0;

load4=0;

}

else if(IrReceiver.decodedIRData.decodedRawData==0xFC037F80){ // For Load4 Off

load1=1;

load2=1;

load3=1;

load4=1;

}

irrecv.resume(); // Receive the next value

delay(100);

}

if(power==1){

digitalWrite(Relay1, 1); // Turn Off Load1

digitalWrite(Relay2, 1); // Turn Off Load2

digitalWrite(Relay3, 1); // Turn Off Load3

digitalWrite(Relay4, 1); // Turn Off Load4

}else{

digitalWrite(Relay1, load1);

digitalWrite(Relay2, load2);

digitalWrite(Relay3, load3);

digitalWrite(Relay4, load4);

}

delay(500);

}

Step 13: About JLCPCB

Step 13 IR Remote Control Arduino Based Electric Board

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Step 14: Circuit Modifications and More

In future updates we will make this circuit more compact and increase the microcontroller speed- just changing it with STM version. We will make an EEPROM function in code and maybe, will come back with new PCB design having Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connectivity.

Here is the remote decoder project using Arduino.

Try JLCPCB and order your first PCB prototype in just $2.

Till then check out our other projects and make sure to follow us on Instagram: sagar_saini_7294, Hackster and Hackaday.

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